The Real Housewives of Orange County debuted on Bravo on March 21, 2006.
Fast forward a decade and the feuds and fights that made the original series so popular have spread to Atlanta... Beverly Hills... New Jersey... and even Potomac.
A full 10 years after the first edition in this wildly successful franchise made its premiere, what better way to celebrate than by taking a look back at the 10 wildest/craziest/wackiest moments in Real Housewives history?
A Trip to Scary Island
On The Real Housewives of New York City Season 3, Kelly Bensimon suffered a a breakdown while on vacation at a Caribbean getaway. She went off on jelly beans... satchels of gold... Al Sharpton... and Gwyneth Paltrow, among other topics. It was amazing.
Who Gonna Check Me, Boo?
On The Real Housewives of Atlanta, Season 2, Shereé Whitfield was planning a Queen of the Night part and delivered the most epic comeback of all-time after a party-planner expressed doubt that all the items Whitfield desired could be found: "Who gonna check me, boo?"
Well, wig OFF, to be precise. During a brawl on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 2, Whitfield threw down with Kim Zolciack on the street... with NeNe Leakes trying to mediate. Michael Lohan even somehow showed up for it.
A Bad Fortune
We go way back to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 1 for this one: remember the bizarre dinner party when hostess Camille Grammer invited her friend, a medium named Allison DuBois, to join the cast members? She proceeded to say someone there was going to die.
No Refills Here
The Real Housewives of Orange County Season 4 gave us a look inside the crumbling marriage marriage between Vicki Gunvalson and Donn Gunvalson. It was highlighted by Vicki describing her "love tank" as "empty."
Michaele Salahi is Not Smart
We try to pretend as if The Real Housewives of D.C. never existed, either. But it's worth noting the time Andy Cohen asked Michaele Salahi at the reunion whether or not she was ever a Washington Redskins cheerleader... and she kept claiming she didn't know.