The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10 Episode 13 featured a crazy sex party – seriously – with implications even wilder than it sounds.
Picking up where last week left off, The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 10 Episode 13 kicked off with a bang (pun sort of intended).
The Vicki Gunvalson-Meghan King Edmonds beef escalated hardcore Tamra Judge-hosted party featuring sex toys and sushi-covered women.
At issue, of course, is the big rumor that Brooks Ayers is faking cancer and whether Meghan has any right to talk about it, or exist in Vicki’s mind.
Edmonds clarified that she was only repeating what the psychic said might be true about Brooks, but Vicki wasn’t having it from her newest rival.
Nor was she really extending an olive branch when she said:
"You’re not a nice person, but I’ll accept your apology."
Meghan was at a loss for words at that point.
Having vowed to "take her down" the last time they got into it, Vicki came out swinging, telling Meghan, "Lower your eyes because you’re very evil."
She then was dismissive of Meghan’s husband, former MLB star Jim Edmonds, telling him, "Talk to me in five years when you’re divorced."
Bottom line: Plenty of gossiping, icy visual daggers and promises that "this conversation is not over" and/or "I don’t give a f–k." Standard.
"It’s like Moulin Rouge gone to hell," Vicki said.
On the plus side, at least Tamra Barney and Eddie Judge debuted their "sex tape" of thrusting and moaning and erotic exercise positions.
Good times. Meanwhile, Heather Dubrow taught her friends about leeches and how they work wonders for a health and beauty regimen.
Tamra has also tapped into her religious side, which Eddie seems a bit thrown off by, but it did lead to one RHOC beef being quashed.
"Alexis, I’m sorry," Judge said in an interview, reaching out to her former cast member (Tamra famously called Alexis Bellino Jesus Jugs).
"I shouldn’t have insulted Jesus like that."
Follow the links to watch The Real Housewives of Orange County online and see all the insanity from start to finish. We can’t do this justice.