'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' recap: Champagne or Sparkling Cider Anyone?

See, Kyle acts jealous. Camille's not saying the woman actually is. And if Kyle dare take offense to her season-long trashing of her and her husband well then that's really Kyle's catty problem, isn't it? Somebody smash this champagne flute on my head. Donatacci continued to dodge and slither from any accountability last night, all the while insisting that she held herself accountable. Andy pushed her to own some of her awfulness, and just as she was ready to admit that perhaps she shouldn't have insinuated that Mauricio was a womanizer she tossed the blame off on Allison Dubois instead. "I've known Mauricio for many years and he's always been friendly," she said. Oh for the love of... The problem is we viewers didn't get to see all her philanthropic work and all her charming interactions with her children and the way she pushes papers around in the production company office. Read More...



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