"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" returned with everybody fighting! Brandi announced that Adrienne is suing her, while Kim confronted Kyle for her recent behavior. And Yolanda urged her cast mates to consider a crazy diet.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" returned with a two-hour special. Brandi faced "the other woman," while Taylor's lawsuit came to a devastating end. And audiences still have no idea what Brandi said about Adrienne.
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" returned to its sleepy ways. Faye Resnick returned to host a "Dinner Party From Hell: Part Deux" that fell completely flat -- probably because we have no idea what Brandi said about Adrienne.
It only took Bravo six episodes of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" to spice up what was becoming a real snooze-fest of a series, but the network finally did it. Tonight's main event rivaled Kim Richards' "slut pig" outburst in Season 2.
"For the modern-day chef, it takes a combination of different things to be successful. Not only do you need to know recipes and how to run the kitchen and a staff, but you need to know how to crunch numbers and market yourself."
While I rarely share my opinion and rather choose to stick to the facts. I find myself compelled to offer my thoughts on the recent appearance of ex Real Housewife Jill Zarin on the hugely successful What Happens Live with host Andy Cohen.
When Kimberly Cole isn't churning out edgy dance-pop tracks of her own, the bombshell is penning hits for others. She is still gushing about stepping into the studio with Real Housewives star Gretchen Rossi.
The trend of jettisoning a brand's original DNA in favor of ratings is everywhere in cable right now -- and as a branding professional, I wonder how that will affect the overall branding of TV in the long haul.
Somewhere in between wondering if the real-life RHNYC Thelma and Louise team of Bethenny and Jill would ever reconcile and tearing up when Padma would tell my favorite chef to pack up his knives, I fell. Hard.