5 Reasons Real Housewives Should Never Participate in Game Night

5 Reasons Real Housewives Should Never Participate in Game Night

Let's be honest: It never goes well.

By Megan Segura

The term "game night" used to incite images of families and friends gathering for silly fun. Now "game night" strikes fear into the hearts of Real Housewives everywhere, because if history has shown us anything, it's that these ladies do not always play well together. Here are a few reasons our favorite Housewives should stick to other activities. 

1. It Gets Too Competitive

In Season 2 of RHOBH, three little words started one of the fiercest arguments in Real Housewives history: "Bring it, bitch." Maybe Brandi Glanville knew what she was doing when she said it, maybe she was just getting into the competitive spirit, but what came next was a barrage of accusations and insults that fans will never forget. 

2. There's Always a Screaming Match

You would think combining a game of Bunco and a strong 80s theme would be a barrel of laughs, but not so for The Real Housewives of Orange County. During a Season 7 game night, Vicki Gunvalson and Gretchen Rossi engaged in an argument of low blows and high-pitch screams. 

3. Things Escalate Quickly

It's hard to say when exactly things went wrong during NeNe Leakes' Season 6 Pillow Talk party, but she made sure Kenya Moore knew she was to blame.

4. Like, Really Quickly

Brandi and Kyle Richards started out as friends during Season 5 of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, but that all ended during Poker Night.

5. There Are Often Lasting Repercussions

Just because the game night ends doesn't mean the argument is over. RHOC 'Wives Tamra Judge and Lizzie Rovsek learned this after a game of Marry, Shag, Kill went wrong.

Related Stories
You May Also Like...
Recommended by Zergnet