Who Needs Enemies With Friends Like Kyle
Carlton says she didn't see the magazine and wonders why Kyle isn't mad at Brandi for having the tabloids in the first place.
This was actually pretty hard to watch. I spoke to Lisa while she was away and my heart went out to her. I know if I had been there I would have taken issue with the way it was handled. Obviously each of these woman have a history with Lisa. These women were her friends at some point, and just the way they went about it was wrong. It's one thing to have a problem with a friend, but you deal with that one-on-one without a group. It's not OK when there seems to be a line waiting to have a go at you.
It seems Joyce and Kyle should pay heed to their own "labels" calling. Very unfair. And at any time, Kyle, her supposed friend, could have spoken up and stopped the ridiculousness ambush on Lisa about whether she did or did not say take the tabloid. Kyle deliberately focused her misplaced anger at Lisa when shouldn't she have been mad at Brandi who bought the magazines. I was there that day in Palm Springs, and I saw no magazine nor did I hear her say to take it.
Enough with this bloody magazine that Kyle has to constantly resurrect again -- asking Lisa again at dinner after asking her already on the beach. Kim wasn't there either. Stop giving these alleged cheating affairs the spotlight. Let sleeping dogs lie.
At their dinner what's very apparent is that Kyle (the consummate victim) never once came to the aid of her friend Lisa. Kim calling Ken a "stupid, old man" was really awful to hear. It seemed the only reason Ken interjected was because more than one woman was having a go at his wife. I would have left too!
Kyle's jealously has no limits apparently. She sat quietly gleeful after casting the first stone and hiding that hand of hers yet again. Really sad. I guess who needs enemies with friends like her?