Last night on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 5 Episode 5, the DUI drama involving Bella Hadid last week hit home with Yolanda Foster.
Meanwhile, Kyle headed home from the duo's European sojourn for Kim's daughter Brooke's wedding, and Eileen Davidson headed back to her day job.
Picking up where the previous installment left up, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 5 Episode 5 saw Yolanda struggle to keep it together.
Kyle and Mauricio try to be supportive and put on a happy face as well, but Bella's situation is a scary one for a parent and a tough one for a friend.
In California, Eileen is running with her niece and nanny, Annamarie, who she calls the daughter she never had. Eileen opens up about going back to work.
For Davidson, work is The Young and the Restless, and we see her brings her son Jessie to work, like she's been doing since he was just two months old.
While it's been hard for her to balance all this, and full of ups and downs like anyone else's life, it's good to be Eileen Davidson. But not in a fake way.
That's the impression we get, anyway. When you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online you see a lot of glitz and glamor. She keeps it real.
Relatively speaking, of course. Not unlike Lisa Rinna, the other newcomer this season, there's part of her life we can never relate to, but that's also the fun.
Lisa Vanderpump, meanwhile, is headed to Palm Springs for her Walk of Fame dedication there. Her maid washes Giggy and not Giggy's outfit. Lisa is pissed.
Back in the U.S., Yolanda's husband David Foster (Bella's stepdad) says she is struggling with middle child syndrome, and he actually name drops Dr. Phil.
Good times right there. As this is going on, Brandi Glanville still trying to work on filtering herself so she can put forth a family friendly version of her podcast.
Vivica A. Fox, her guest this week, didn't get the memo. Once the actress starts cursing left and right, Brandi Glanville pretty much has to follow suit.
Lisa arrives in Palm Springs, where it's 115 degrees, and Lisa Rinna has come along to partake in the festivities. These two together? Comic gold.
Rinna talks about her 22-year-old son Max's girlfriend, who's 36, and how she just doesn't get it but knows it's a battle she can't win. Smart woman.
At the event, the Walk of Fame rolls out the pink carpet for Lisa, and Lance Bass gives a speech about how wonderful she has been to the LBGT community.
Fans who watch Vanderpump Rules online know she's been an active, vocal and high-profile supporter for years, so it's nice she is honored for her efforts!
Back in Beverly Hills, Kim's daughter Brooke's wedding is right around the corner, so Kim takes her first husband and Brooke's dad, Monty, for a pedicure.
He was recently diagnosed with cancer, so he's been living with her. They were married just two years, when Kim was 19-21, but have stayed close.
Kyle and her family battle jet lag and the general challenge of getting a family that large on time anywhere and arrive at Kathy Hilton's house for the wedding.
Kim's very thankful to have her two sisters with her, Kyle says she's happy for Kim to be healthy these days, and Kathy takes on more of the material role.
Brooke and Thayer, her groom, are married after knowing each other most of their lives. We wish them nothing but the best in life, and in love, truly.