Heather pops out to see if she can lure Vicki back in with a special toast -- an ambitious move. I don't know why Heather didn't lead with, "Come in because there are actual, real diamonds in the champagne. Seriously, diamonds." That would have gotten me inside in a heartbeat.
Instead, Briana comes out and tries to get the skinny on the kerfuffle. She wants to try to mend fences between her and Tamra.
After that fails and these two are even more strained, Brooks encourages her to go back inside and so they do -- just in time to see the shattered cake presented in all of its glory.
And so, the precious metals gather (silver and gold friends!) and toast to the Dubrows! Vicki swoops in to give a toast to herself -- this time highlighting that you're either with her or against here. Cheers to her enduring happiness.
I think Gretchen said it best: the group is a dysfunctional, f--ked up family. And that's the why we love them. This season we've seen this odd band of blondes tied together by the confines of Orange County, dealing with everything from engagements to friendship drama to phoniness interventions. And at the end of the day, they'll make it through. They always do, and we'll be right there to watch them.
Thanks for reading this season guys! Enjoy the reunions and I'll see you when we're back in the land of O.C.