Last night on Bravo's The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 1 Episode 3, Brandi must handle the fallout from her strip-club antics.
Meanwhile, a startling revelation is made about Mark ...
The Real Housewives of Dallas Season 1 Episode 3 kicked off with a “girls night out” featuring Stephanie Hollman and Brandi Redmond.
Quoth Brandi of her best female friend, giving her the ultimate compliment: “If Stephanie was a lesbian, I would definitely marry her.”
Oh so very sweet. Of the thrice-married Cary Deuber, Brandi added, “The thought of three husbands makes me want to be a lesbian.”
If you watch The Real Housewives of Dallas online, you know that such comments are par for the course for this Cowboys cheerleader.
Naturally, Stephanie suggested they head to a male strip club, where Brandi got onstage to show one of the male dancers how it’s done.
The strip club announcer was impressed, giving props to Brandi over the mic, “If you’re on stage any longer, we’re gonna give you a job.”
Meanwhile, Tiffany Hendra went to LeeAnne Locken’s house for some day drinking, where they discussed Brandi’s poop hat and more.
“I feel sorry for her daughters ‘cause I don’t know how those girls are gonna grow up. Won’t be with class,” Tiffany opined, incredulously.
Later on, Brandi revealed to Stephanie that her husband was not too pleased with her conduct during the strip-club night. Big surprise.
Brandi said, “We used to party all the time, and now he gets upset when I do.” Some guys just can't handle having a wild child for a wife!
Stephanie insisted that her BFF didn’t do anything wrong, adding, “Guys don’t understand that girls' versus guys' strip clubs are so different."
"It’s like 'NSync taking their clothes off and dancing.”
If only. After a particularly intense argument with her husband, Brandi said, fighting back tears, “I don’t know what happened to us."
"We were high school sweethearts, and now I feel like I don’t even know him. It hurts to feel like you are giving someone all of you."
"Then you don’t feel it in return.”
We can only imagine.