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On Adrienne's Hypocrisy

Lisa explains how she feels about Adrienne's behavior at the White Party and Faye coming to her tea.

Wow this week seems to have flown by! Now this episode is a little difficult to decipher.

Firstly I want to address the tweets and comments in regard to the tea party and as to whether Miss Resnick was invited. Now as often happens when one of us organizes an event, production arranges transport. I was informed that Kyle wanted to bring Faye. Now I immediately rejected the idea in the aftermath of what had resulted at Kyle's house previously. I had no intention of reenacting that scenario. So, I relayed my sentiments. Apparently Faye was miffed. I could honestly care less and hoped that as she knew I didn't want to include her. She would have the wherewithal to stay home. There was no place setting, a chair, yes, but no gift, no place setting, just one for Kim which was taken by Faye.

When Taylor called Kyle, it was clear that she had been drinking. But I believe that there was some sort of misunderstanding. I recall Kyle telling me the nanny was going to collect her and a decision was made for Kennedy to stay, unbeknownst to Taylor. Taylor believed that her daughter was being taken to her grandmothers, now I think that Kyle should have explained that, rather than us believing that Taylor was devoid of any knowledge as to the whereabouts of her daughter.

Witnessing my old house being burnt was sad to see on film. A plethora of memories going up in smoke. . .an end of an era.

Then we see Adrienne and Paul in the car. She finally admitted that there was a letter, because at the tea party she vociferously denied it. Interesting that she also stated that she would never try to ruin somebody's reputation. . .Mmm I think I have to disagree with that one. Anyway the whole situation was almost identical to last year's fiasco. The charge had been led by Adrienne and Paul to ban Russell and Taylor, so where's the difference?

It seemed to me it shrieked of utter hypocrisy. It has been really hurtful and rather irritating at the vicious remarks that their cook has made about me constantly on Facebook and in the press. I was advised to ignore it but at times it has been challenging, Brandi has endured the same aggressive behavior and this has resulted in a mountain of resentment and confusion.

I also couldn't resist mentioning to Adrienne about the body make up. She leaves it like a trail behind her, which ultimately results in her being a rather expensive guest. I would have expected some sort of remorse or responsibility taken but no, "clean it with baby wipes" that was all I was told.

Ken was not happy with the intimidating letter. He believes that when you know people socially and are continuing to socialize with them, it is redundant to enter into litigation. So he voiced his opinion to Paul and suggested they pay her legal fees.

And so on it goes, this bumpy trail. . .stay with us as we continue. Until next week.

Love always, Lisa.

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Eileen: Trouble Is Brewing

Eileen discusses Adrienne's party and gives us an idea for a new drinking game.

This week, we’re all back home and the dust is settling. Sort of.

It broke my heart seeing Lisa R., Harry, and their girls take down their swing set! When we did the same with Jesse we felt that way. It’s such a powerful symbol of growing up and I think it’s so sweet that they celebrated the new chapter in their lives in that way.

I’m excited to go to Adrienne’s party! I wanted to have fun and enjoy a night out with my husband and friends. The party is beautiful, and Adrienne is a fantastic hostess. I was hoping to get to know her better but that was not to be. Trouble is brewing. Like I said in last week’s blog, maybe Lisa R. shouldn’t have approached Kyle about what Brandi said so soon after Amsterdam. But then again, we’ve already seen the worst, right? In Amsterdam? I hope?

Sure enough Kim confronts Lisa R. about what Brandi said during their lunch. Lisa is reticent, and understandably so, to discuss this. She’s dodging the issue, but maybe just saying what she said to Kyle would help everybody stop playing these games! Lisa R. being vague is not helping the situation and Kim leaves, apparently thinking that Kyle lied about it. Yolanda, Lisa V., Kyle, and I try to make Lisa understand she has to tell Kim what Brandi said. She gets it, and God bless her, she does go to talk to Kim. And when she does? Kim is dismissive and doesn’t want to hear it! OMG! Well, this is the definition of a lose/lose situation for everybody! Now, I’m just exhausted from even witnessing this. No one is listening or being honest, and it will never get resolved at this rate.

I think Brandi is having a bit of a memory problem about what was discussed.

Eileen Davidson

Brandi is clearly distraught about her father’s health. Now is not the time to have emotionally charged conversations with anybody. I see Lisa V. trying to help, but the drama is so high right now, it doesn’t seem to be calming anything down. Brandi keeps insisting she’s fine, when clearly she’s not. Maybe she shouldn’t have come to this party, at all, under the circumstances?

Kim and Brandi finally sit down. Kim tells Brandi what Kyle said Lisa R. said. I think Brandi is having a bit of a memory problem about what was discussed. The bottom line is if she had told Kim everything that she said to Lisa R. during their lunch, that major blow-up probably never would have happened in Amsterdam. And Kim? Well, she doesn’t seem to want to do any digging at all into what Brandi really, entirely said and just gives her a big fat pass. Now, Lisa R. is apologizing AGAIN. WHY, people, WHY? I propose a Real Housewives Drinking Game: take a shot every time Lisa R. unnecessarily apologizes to Brandi and Kim (and you better have a designated driver, because you’ll be really, really drunk).

It’s the end of the night and the end of this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. What a journey it has been. I’ve made some good friends, had lots of adventures, lots of laughs, and, frankly, witnessed way too many fights. It surely has been one hell of a ride! And one I will not soon forget.

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