Question: Is Lydia on the show because of who her grandfather is? It seems she should have been cast in a show that is more age appropriate. She could be one of their daughter's, not an actual housewife. It is disturbing to watch her say whatever she wants and the others say nothing because of some unspoken reason. Also, she stated she was a genius. Let's see - did she invent something, create something, find a cure for something. Funny, I don't know a single person that has ever heard of her except that her family through marriage has pull. Maybe that is her genius.
Lydia is NOT a born-again Christian. Born again Christians refrain from drinking, and, as Jesus commands, they turn the other cheek when insulted. They do not call names like "douchlord" and certainly do NOT say (and repeat) "screw you!" to someone they have an issue with. Simply believing there is a God does not make you a born-again Christian. If she were to read the bible she'd know this.
How completely ignorant of you to presume that you speak for all born again Christians. Simply accepting Jesus as your lord and savior and a baptism makes you a born again Christian, There are many variations about how people choose to live their lives but that does not mean they aren't Christians.
Jesus drank wine....I don't think there are many born again Christians who are living by the bible anyway.
Heather's logic is obtuse. She tells Alexis, who wants to refrain from saying something nasty, that voicing one's opinion is okay. But truth is, if one says something hateful to another, it is inflammatory and causes more harm than good.
For the record! Lydia has NO room to be calling ANYBODY else a 'Princess'. No room, whatsoever!