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Leave It to Kathy Hilton to Find the "Brighter Side" of the Dinner Party from Hell

The RHOBH newcomer found one major positive after "The Dinner Party from Hell: Part Two."

By Abby Feiner
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When Kathy Hilton hosted The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills cast at a dinner party on the show's September 1 episode, she planned every small detail of the night. However, the evening quickly took an unexpected turn, and the drama led to one of the most jaw-dropping dinners in Housewives history. 

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"I've entertained a lot, and I do not ever recall anything going off the rails like this," Kathy said in an interview on the September 8 episode. "The soufflé is probably falling in the kitchen."

However, in Kathy's eyes, there was one major positive about the tension-filled evening. "On the brighter side," she explained, "there's more leftovers for me."

Of course, these were no ordinary leftovers. Appetizers for the evening included cheese puffs and deviled quail eggs, and the ladies were treated to a four-course seated dinner with dishes including caviar pie and rack of lamb with roasted vegetables. 

While the group was at odds throughout the evening, one thing they could all agree on was that the food was fabulous. Dorit Kemsley was particularly impressed. "I'm gonna admit it: I feel like I'm in my element. You think to yourself, 'Gee, I'm a little peckish.' Silver platter, white gloves. It's all so fabulous," she said in an interview, later adding, "It is like you've exited Beverly Hills and we've gone to heaven." 

The decor for the evening was equally luxe. In addition to dozens of roses and elegant dinnerware, the table was topped with Baccarat candlesticks that cost $950 apiece. "These are to die for," Kyle Richards said as she held one of the Baccarat Harcourt My Fire candle-holders. "I'm scared to even touch this."

See more from Kathy in the video above! 

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