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Vanderpump Rules Season 4 Episode 20 saw Lisa host one of the most anticipated events of the year to fete Katie and Tom’s engagement.

Of course, if you watch Vanderpump Rules online, you know there was major drama surrounding the guest list, and that’s not even all …

Watch Vanderpump Rules Season 4 Episode 20 Online
Watch Vanderpump Rules Season 4 Episode 20 Online

We can’t believe we have to wait a week for the big reunion after the debauchery that was Vanderpump Rules Season 4 Episode 20

Speaking of reunions, though … Stassi Schroeder and Jax Taylor held a mini-get together of their own, and it was actually civil.

Those two clearly have a spot soft for one another – even Lisa Vanderpump says they’re a great fit – and are totally gonna bone.

Maybe. Probably. Eventually. Totally. Again. At some point.

Of course, Jax is dating Brittany Cartwright at this point, and after he returned from court in Hawaii, he let her have it over some things.

Jax Taylor, of all human beings, telling someone he’s been giving so much and he’s not getting enough back in return is just … wow.  

It would be hilarious if he weren’t delusional and serious.

Fortunately (we suppose), Jax didn’t lash out at her by banging Stassi and instead took Brittany home to try out her new boobs. Aww!

Meanwhile, you knew that when Tom Schwartz and Katie Maloney’s engagement party went down, Stassi was going to wreak havoc.

Stassi and Kristen Doute showed up uninvited to stir up s–t, while the bride-to-be called out Lala Kent for trying to cut off her speech.

Later, at the after-party at SUR (yes, the engagement party had an after party), Lala shoved Kristen after she called her a walking STD.

Good times on Vanderpump Rules as always, people.

This cat fight would be much more entertaining if they weren’t beefing over that douche James Kennedy, but that’s neither here nor there.

Speaking of James, he got into an argument with Jax over accusations that he treats women badly. Yes … James is worse than Jax.

Lastly, Tom Sandoval performed his new song, “Touch In Public,” which officially rated a solid 8.5 on the Unintentional Comedy scale.

Bring on the reunion!