Taylor ArmstrongRemember how Taylor Armstrong used to be all puppy-dog eager, overly sweet, accommodating, and needy for anyone and everyone to like her? Well, not so much anymore. In fact, so far on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, she's been quite the smug biatch ... and it's NOT an improvement, as evidenced by her behavior at Yolanda and David Foster's dinner party tonight.

First, can we talk about that house? Un-freaking-believable. Did you see that refrigerator?! (All glass from floor to ceiling, with everything arranged in color groups, if you missed it.) And the views. Sigh. Yolanda is a self-professed perfectionist who wishes she was Martha Stewart's daughter. She picks rose petals from her gardens and lemons from her lemon orchard to ensure every detail is perfect. She doesn't like ugly things marring her beautiful life, and tonight that's just what Taylor did.

"There's nothing more ugly than a drunk woman," Yolanda said of Taylor.

Taylor seemed drunk before they even entered the house, but as the night went on, it became more obvious. Sitting at the dinner table, she was once again telling anyone who would listen that Brandi Glanville (who was sadly absent) has slept with every man in Beverly Hills. She was vicious, and sloppy, and she really needs to get over that whole issue because it was a JOKE.

Then she got worse when they went to sit around the piano, as she pouted about not being allowed to sing because, hello, there were amazing professionals there to do that. (She was also likely still miffed that David Foster didn't seem to know who the hell she was even though she said she was close to his ex-wife.) Then she had the gall to complain about the music choice. "Now I'm in a rotten mood, thanks for dinner, Yolanda," she told the cameras. Yolanda didn't like her behavior one bit, but at least the drama was minimal in the scheme of Housewives dinner parties, and the butler is off the hook. 

Adrienne Maloof and Lisa Vanderpump also kept things civil, as uncomfortable as it was. I thought Paul might blow, but they all kept things in check ... for now. Both think the other owes her an apology, and neither seems inclined to give one, so I'm not sure they're ever going to reconnect. Personally, I don't really care if they do either, except for the fact that it's getting ridiculously boring watching it drag on.

The episode ended with the two women meeting for lunch, and a big cliffhanger, "Um ..." So I guess we'll see, and then hopefully we can move on to something a little more interesting. 

What did you think of Taylor's behavior at Yolanda's party tonight? Who is dying to go to a dinner party at Yolanda's?

 

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