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Lisa: Stassi Could Learn From Scheana

Lisa compares Stassi and Scheana to dogs, wonders what Kristen is thinking, and calls Ken the wind beneath her wings.

By Lisa Vanderpump


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Full transcript after the jump

Hello, I'm Lisa Vanderpump. Welcome to my video blog.

This episode really made me laugh.

I don't understand Stassi, who's such a bright woman and ambitious. What's that going to look like on her resume? What have you done, Stassi Schroeder, for the last six months? "Oh, I sat at home and I watched the Food Network." Oh, let me offer you a job.

Jax is somebody who could do so much better, but he just keeps getting in the way of himself. I'm still wondering if his therapist is actually getting the true story or if she's getting the story that Jax wants to tell her -- because I think the two are vastly different.

What Kristen always says is "I don't want to see Tom again -- until the next time when I can think of another excuse to run over there and bug him."

I don't understand. Tom and Kristen have broken up, mainly because of her actions, but she doesn't understand this is the time to let go. These guys do not want the menage a trois.

I look in the mirror and I am absolutely exhausted. I have to open PUMP tonight. Building Pump was a mammoth task, but I'm looking in the mirror and thinking "rebuilding me is even greater."

I see Scheana as a little puppy dog, just wants everybody to love and accept her. And Stassi's more like a Rottweiler -- she's made her decision and she's not budging from it. And I think ultimately Scheana would be the happier person. And I think Stassi has something to learn from Scheana.

I always feel that when I have the support of my husband, I can do anything. Since I was 21 he's always had more confidence in me than I've had in myself, which is quite incredible really. A lot of men feel that when they marry a woman, they kind of own them and they confine them. And I think that's when a marriage becomes stifling. And with Ken, he's always, as the saying and the song goes, "the wind beneath my wings" and he gives me the chance to fly.

Oh -- I wasn't talking about Ken. I was talking about my boyfriend.

Thank you for watching. I’m Lisa Vanderpump, and I hope you enjoyed my video blog.

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