Monday night on Bravo, The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10 Episode 10 brought the "Girl Code" and pot stirring into focus.
Which cast members’ drama was at the center of controversy?
The source of all the drama on The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10 Episode 10 was … figuring out who caused the most drama.
Seriously. It should be surprising that they would debate this, but if you watch The Real Housewives of Orange County online, you know it isn’t.
We began with Dubrow trying to wrangle a hungover Tamra Judge and Vicki Gunvalson out of bed. The latter’s first stop was to go boot. Sweet.
Tamra, meanwhile, was determined not to repeat the mistakes that made last year’s trip to Bali so hard for her (and everyone watching at home).
Judge decided that the way to do this was to be completely honest and “leave everything on the table” about her conversations with the others.
Foolproof plan, right?
As such, she informed Meghan King Edmonds that she, Vicki and Shannon Beador were talking smack about her and her stepkids’ relationship.
She also told Dubrow and Edmonds that Beador seemed judgmental of Dubrow’s friendly status with the second and third wives of Jim Edmonds.
Predictably, yet somehow shockingly to her, this cascaded into major tension and Tamra getting upset that Dubrow was breaking the "girl code."
To their credit, Heather and Tamra ultimately hashed things out and came to an amicable resolution … maybe honesty is the best policy? Crazy.
Shannon and Meghan didn’t resolve things quite as easily, as both traded accusations of … trading accusations and being a big time pot stirrer.
The night ended in a bad place for all, and we never reached a true consensus on who the ultimate pot-stirrer among the RHOC cast actually is.
Fortunately, Edmonds did acknowledge one of the many “elephants in the room” by apologizing to Beador, who reluctantly accepted the mea culpa.
One thing they could all agree on was getting behind Vicki, who thanked all the women for their support during Brooks Ayers’ battle with cancer.
Someone should think twice before giving this woman the keys to a golf cart, though. It’s tremendous TV, but dangerous for any pedestrian in sight.