On The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 Episode 15, Lisa Rinna shocked Eileen Davidson with some of her personal views.
Meanwhile, Erika hosted a party to introduce her husband ...
Picking up where we left off a week prior, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 Episode 15 delivered a whole mess of drama.
What about? We'll give you one guess if you even need it.
If you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, you know that the Bravo cast is being splintered into two groups of co-stars:
- Those who seem to be looking for drama 24/7/365;
- Those who sort of can't believe group #1 exists.
Lisa Rinna falls into the former category these days, proving it by unloading on Yolanda Foster during a beach stroll with Eileen Davidson.
"I think she's more manipulative than anybody," Rinna said.
She then retold how she told Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle Richards about having earlier gossiped about her having Munchausen syndrome.
Rinna crafted some new chapters in this re-telling, however.
Vanderpump, by her latest account, was the one who manipulated Rinna into even bringing any of it up to the other women. So there.
"I've allowed myself to be used as a pawn," Rinna said.
Davidson wasn't entirely buying what she was selling. Eileen told the cameras: "To bring [Kyle and Lisa] into this? Wow. That's inflammatory."
Eileen also said she was not ashamed to admit that given Yolanda Foster's Lyme disease, she was giving her the benefit of the doubt.
"No one else has to agree with me at all," Rinna responded.
She added, "My gut says, 'Run for the f--king hills, lady.'"
Meanwhile, Erika Girardi hosted a dinner party that went totally haywire thanks Kathryn Edwards, who came to face the music herself.
Edwards' decision to tell Vanderpump that Girardi told her Vanderpump was a spider, a manipulative spinner of webs, came to a head.
Yes, these are actual issues in the lives of these people.
Eventually, Edwards conceded that she partially told Vanderpump what Girardi said to "get a reaction," but that's all she would admit.
Later, when they were working on a house for charity, Edwards and Girardi went at it once again, and things got heated, until the unthinkable:
Kathryn apologized! What she thought was something minor had actually been hurtful and offensive, and wow, she was sorry about that.
They hugged it out, and agreed to move forward.
No, it's not an April Fool's Day prank. "Instead of it being like a big mystery, talk to each other," Eileen said, and her sage wisdom prevailed.