Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: 'Blame It On The Altitude'
"I have to go to Colorado," sighs Lisa in her British drawl as a staff member packs her bag. She tries on her oversized pure white jacket with faux fur cuffs and matching hat. She fusses over Giggy with kisses and sincere sadness when she considers how much she'll miss him.
As part of Camille's divorce settlement (from Frasier's Kelsey Grammer), she must sell their home in Beaver Creek. What better way to say farewell to a beautiful home where the Grammers "have spent Thanksgivings" and stuff than to fill it with acquaintances, most of whom cannot stand to be together long enough for their limo to drive them home from the airport. So that's what Camille decided to do.
Taylor complains that Kim has started to open up, because now she talks too much. We agree. Kim has never had anything decent to add to any conversation, and it's no wonder why she's had so many divorces. But really, Taylor is still a brat. The women have all rallied behind Camille this season upon her divorce with Lisa saying, "I do feel sorry for her," and Kyle being "almost excited to see her."
The fight from Adrienne's dinner party is rehashed in the limo, building the tension between Kyle, Taylor and Lisa. Adrienne tells Taylor that she knows how she feels in regards to her marriage troubles, because kind, loving, cheerful Paul is probably comparable to Russell Armstrong's alleged wife-beating, financial corruption and suicide. The self-involvement thickens more quickly than the plot.
Kim is feeling sick, but probably just because she had to share a room with Kyle (no, the house is not big enough for all six women to have their own rooms in addition to Camille's staff) who teases her saying, "sparkles are not the same as rhinestones." Someone must have lied to her when they charged her $12,000 for that champagne ring, because from our angle, it looks like cubic zirconia.
The episode gains a little humor when the women discuss Kelsey Grammer's "manscaping," with Camille saying she used to have to "scrape the barnacles off of him." Gross. This quickly turn sour though when Kyle and Taylor hit the hot tub where Taylor cries over marriage troubles. She is hiding something, evasive of the real problem that is going on, domestic abuse.
Stay tuned for next week when Taylor has a nervous breakdown.
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