As you might recall during Season 9 of The Real Housewives of Orange County, then-newbie Meghan King Edmonds spent a majority of her debut season trying to get to the bottom of whether or not Vicki Gunvalson's ex-boyfriend Brooks Ayers actually had cancer. During the reunion, Vicki tried to clarify just what she did and didn't know about his illness, which had been in question by a number of ladies in the group. The Brooks drama has been, for the most part, behind everyone during Season 10. Still, when Meghan appeared on Watch What Happens Live on Monday, she revealed whether she'd ever want to sit Vicki down to take a lie detector test.
"Heck yeah, I would submit her," she told a caller, who wondered if lie detector tests should be included at reunion tapings. "I mean, I can't, but if I had the authority I would do it." For the record, she didn't think Vicki would ever agree to one.
Andy Cohen, on the other hand, had a different take on including lie detectors at season-end sit downs. "First of all, I feel like bringing lie detectors out at reunions is a dangerous precedent because I feel like we would never get through them," he said. "We would have to allot a week because they would be like 'Fine, I'll take a lie detector test; you take a lie detector test.' So I just feel like you look like Trump at the last debate. Not you [Meghan] but... so I just feel like it's really tough."
Speaking of investigations, while on WWHL, Meghan revealed she recently looked into the cancer charity Vicki is supporting this season. Hear what she had to say about it, below.