It's never fun when two best friends are fighting. Those can be the most difficult conflicts to resolve because you're not used to that kind of tension. I get where both Tamra and Shannon are coming from. Tamra's feelings are valid, but the way she went about it caught Shannon off guard and confused her. When I got boba tea with Shannon, did you notice that I brought up that Tamra is going through a lot and Shannon immediately turned it around back on herself? Tamra does have a point! I think Gina and I both came to the same conclusion: these ladies need to have a talk.
The fact that Shannon and Tamra are both rolling around on those medical scooters is ridiculous! Do I need one? It's the hottest new accessory in the O.C.! I think it's good that Tamra was upfront with Shannon. The fact that Shannon was receptive felt like a real step forward and shows how much she values that friendship. Can we get to the party now?
When the whole fiasco hit the Daily Mail about Vicki setting Michael up with her friend, I was really mad, and she was getting reamed by the fans online. To retaliate without looking guilty, Vicki had Steve start speaking to the press about me, and I find that for a man to get involved and stoop to that is just low. He went to Page Six and made a statement about me, so I called him a douche! ...Maybe I could have used more polite language, but I was really upset at the time.
At Tamra's party, I hadn't seen Steve in a while by that point, and I just felt really uncomfortable around him because of what had happened. But listen, when I said that drama with Vicki was over, I meant it. I have no problems with her anymore. That doesn't mean I can't be honest!
When Steve played dumb rather than engage with me about what happened, it showed what kind of man he is. He doesn't respect women. Of course Vicki is going to side with Steve and call me disrespectful over him, I would expect nothing more. We saw how she was with Brooks! Even for all her great qualities, Vicki will still follow her boyfriends off a cliff if they ask her to.
Steve did something malicious toward me, and I felt hurt about it and wanted to clear the air like an adult, but these people are behaving like children. Steve thinks he's taking the high road by dismissing me, but taking the high road would have been to apologize and respectfully step away from the situation knowing that Vicki and I are now back on track. That's what a real man would do.
Bzz! Bzz! Is that a housefly? Who is this pest buzzing in my ear? Can someone remind me why any of this was Shane's business? I find it sad (and more than a little funny) that Emily was hoping to bring Shane to the party so that we could all see what he's really like. Well, now we know! Who talks to women like that? I said it then, and I'll say it again: He's a little bitch.
I swear on my life, I didn't realize Shane was Emily's husband. I met so many new people at Tamra's house that night that by the time I got outside and Emily introduced us, I don't think I was paying any attention. We've all been there. It's hard to keep track of a lot of new faces, and we don't always get it right. Regardless, the way he spoke to me is telling—I have a much better idea of what went down with him and Gina now. You don't call someone a drunk just because I happen to have a drink in my hand at a party and you disagree with what I'm saying. That pushed me over the edge.
Someone call animal control, because Emily turned into a wild animal at record speed! She threatened to kill me! Did you see my face?! Let's hope I don't go missing before next week's episode, and if I do, you'll know who did it!