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GIF Recap: RHOC Season 9 Finale
Ep 18: Season 9 of RHOC goes out with a Bali bang -- and a lesson in medical terms from Terry Dubrow.
Hello there, RHOC-lovers. Between new 'Wives, Chair-gate, and well, a monkey climbing on Shannon Beador, it's been one exciting Season. Let's relive this last dinner party where we learned that what happens in Bali, doesn't always stay in Bali.
The night was already doomed for Lizzie.
That's a tough hurdle to overcome (though we disagree with her sentiment).
Meanwhile, Vicki was feeling far more positive about the evening.
Woo hoo! We say Vicki is a party all around.
But when the hostess toasted the ladies' amazing Bali trip, it appeared some of our 'Wives had a better time than others.
Tamra, always one for subtlety.
Tamra's penile party favors were passed out. . .
And Heather stayed true to her "Fancy Pants" monicker.
Lizzie was a Housewife with a plan.
But you know what they say about the best laid plans. . .Soon Tamra was in a tizzy about the most infamous party game in Orange County -- Marry, Shag, Kill -- demanding an apology from Lizzie.
You took the words out of our mouth, Shannon.
As Lizzie sort-of apologized, Tamra gave us this lovely turn of phrase about the swimsuit designer.
And we thought we had heard it all with "Jesus Jugs." Tamra's tongue strikes again!
But it wasn't just the 'Wives that disagreed at dinner. Househubbies David Beador and Terry Dubrow got into an exchange that got a bit. . .medical.
Even without a thesaurus, everyone at the table knew exactly what the doctor meant.
But after the dinner party ended, there were still some tearful goodbyes to be had.
Did we mention there were tears?
Like, a lot of tears? Yes, Tamra and Vicki had to say goodbye to their babies (and grand-babies!). And it was far from easy.
While Vicki had to watch her beloved Briana and baby Troy head off to Oaklahoma, she did have time to reflect on her ninth RHOC Season.
Oh, Vicki Gunvalson, OG of the OC, never change.