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'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: Girls Gone Wild

I worry (not really) that I've spent too much of this season lambasting the various idiocies that make up Camille Grammer. It's not so much that she comes across as a mean person, or a wicked or dangerous one. She's not a villain—neither as crass and melodramatic as New Jersey's Danielle nor loopity-loop and whacked as New York's Kelly. But I think I watch every one of her scenes with curled lip and cocked eye because she's so ridiculously, harmlessly, tediously self-absorbed.

When she insisted that Nick sit beside her so she could flirt with him, it was understood that Nick's wife must laugh as if Camille had said something terribly amusing. Her entourage of nannies and assistants and house manager agreeably shook their heads in faux empathy when she moaned over and over again that she was just not used to living in these kinds of conditions—these conditions being a 3,500 square foot New York apartment that looked straight out of a Nancy Meyers movie. Though yes, we at home couldn't help but groan in sympathy when she tried to "get a little sugah!" from the man we now know would soon be leaving her. "It'd be ridiculous to claim we've lived in connubial bliss all these years," he said, trailing off rather miserably.

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