Wendi Aarons is a humor writer who lives in Austin, Texas, with her husband and two boys. She used to work in advertising and the film business, but now she makes absolutely no contribution to society at all. She is writing her first book, and also blogs at Wendi Aarons and The Mouthy Housewives.
Tuesday night was the last time we'll see our fabulous new friends fromReal Housewives of Beverly Hills for a while as it was the second part of their season-ending reunion special. Although after the fireworks that went off and the accusations that went down, I think Bravo should maybe rename these reunion specials the annual "Airing of the Grievances."
Because the ladies sure had a hell of a lot to get off their $10,000 chests. (Just kidding. I'm sure their boobs are all *cough* real.)
Last night on the first of two TheReal Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion specials, the ladies finally got a chance to answer their critics, explain themselves, and very civilly discuss everything that went down during their wild, crazy season in the 90210.
Oh, I'm sorry. Did I say "civilly discuss"? What I meant was "yell at each other like spray tanned crackheads." Oops.
Last night was the finale of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, the one show that probably best encapsulates what it's really like to live in "the land of make believe." Because while the season started off like a young starlet full of glitz and glamour, it unfortunately ended up like a washed up movie star sobbing in the back of a rented limo.
Yep, even a butt-load of Botox didn't make this shit look pretty.
Transformations and dramatic changes are nothing new to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, a fact that's obvioustoanyone who's ever seen a picture of what their noses looked like in high school; however, this week the ladies experience the type of changes that don't occur while you're whacked out on 10 cc's of morphine in a plastic surgeon's office. Yep, this week the Beverly Hills shit finally gets REAL, yo!
(Well, sort of. We're still talking about Beverly Hills, so it's not like anyone's going to be standing in line for government cheese any time soon. But I digress.)
Imagine this: You're one of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and you throw a huge party and invite everyone you know. You'd think at least one nasty, hair pulling, implant-puncturing cat fight is guaranteed to occur, right? Wrong! Because this week the ladies from 90210 actually show maturity, class, and good manners when they attend not one, but three social functions without even the hint of a dust-up.