Lisa Vanderpump

Lisa reflects her relationship with Brandi, why she should have listened to the warning about Yolanda, and this season as a whole.

on Apr 1

A smorgasbord of situations that we have beaten to death, like the graduation, were brought up. But I was adamant that I would not admit to something I wasn't guilty of -- the great magazine debate that proved to be the catalyst of the Puerto Rico fiasco, where I was blindsided by a scenario created to make me look "bad."
No, sorry I will never do that. On the contrary, when I looked Brandi in the eye and said it never happened she capitulated, just by virtue of the fact she didn't argue the point.

I have felt the last few weeks as if I am limping home. When Ken came on the set in the Reunion, I felt suddenly bolstered and know whatever has been said in that arduous 12-hour day,I would be leaving with him, going back home with my security blanket.

To have someone who is so principally minded, so loyal, on your side is the greatest comfort of all. Brandi had that with him, too, and she knew it and she blew it. For someone to protect you against others is reassuring when you don't always make the best choices. Not many would put themselves in that position. He countless times, almost to the point of compromising his own integrity, went out on a limb for her.Thankfully he is now alleviated from that responsibility.

Would I like an apology from Mauricio for calling me a "f---ing bitch" on the beach, based purely on Kim's hearsay? I think as Ken started with an apology to Yolanda for saying she was acting stupidly, it would have been the gentlemanly thing to do.

Yes, it would it be nice for any of them to admit that the constant mimicking of my accent, mocking of my faint, or baseless accusations that were hurled at me were all rather unjust..

Or why did no one say "please, I apologize" for concocting stories of bankruptcy?

Maybe just an admission, that all the time I was on Dancing With the Stars, perhaps it was just too difficult for them to tweet support, or the same of Vanderpump Rules that followed for 17 weeks -- immediately after RHOBH. Not a word or even an acknowledgment, almost as if it didn't exist.

Everyone seemed so intent on apologies, on validating their position as if to justify their attacks. Yolanda trying to quiet Joyce and Carlton as not wanting to interrupt any onslaught coming in my direction. She was almost salivating at Kyle's aggression towards me. She herself has said many derogatory remarks about me over this season, and I maybe should have believed Kyle and Joyce when they tried to alert me that her intentions were less than good. But now coupled with her performance at the finale party I have clarity.