'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Recap: Dinner With a Main Course of DRAMA

Real Housewives of Beverly HillsThe drama has been a brewin' on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, and tonight it boiled the hell all over the place at the most dramatic dinner party EVER. It was a formula bound for disaster: Rich, bored housewives with issues + copious amounts of cocktails + a really mean and drunk medium (yes, the kind who talks to dead people). There was just no hope for it from the beginning.

But hope of reconciliation after the New York nonsense is what Camille Grammer professed to intend when she invited all the ladies to a dinner party at her mega mansion. It wasn't just the ladies that we already know and loathe love who were invited, however, there were some new players. Camille had two friends in tow -- D.D. (who kind of just sat and stared at the whole debacle) and Allison DuBois, the real-life medium who Patricia Arquette plays on Medium (more, MUCH more on her later).


Kyle, who already had plans with her friend Faye Resnick, ended up bringing her along too. And everyone was in their couture corners.

At first it was kind of cool with a bit of a creepy edge to have the medium there ... until she turned into a psycho, drunk, electric-cigarette smoking vulture out to take Kyle down.

As the HUGE cocktails flowed, the women probed deeper about Allison's abilities that she repeatedly touted but didn't want to share because she was "off the clock." But after a little warning, "don't get me started," she relented (like we knew she would) and started in on Kyle and her husband.

He will never emotionally fulfill you. Know that. As soon as the kids are bigger you’ll have nothing in common.

And the flood gates opened. All of a sudden New York was brought up and rehashed; Camile recognized "the morally corrupt Faye Resnick" from her spread in Playboy and blurted it out with no tact (never mind Camille herself posed for Playboy too); Taylor and Kim started in on one another; and general mayhem ensued as Allison got meaner and meaner and continued to puff away on that crazy cigarette.

It wasn't quite table-flipping level, but it was the closest we've seen since the infamous incident on The Real Housewives of New Jersey.

Camille, like usual, played the victim and thinks all of this is because of everyone is jealous of her. Note to Camille: No one is ever jealous of the people who think everyone is jealous of them.

The night ended with everyone storming/staggering out, and leaving in two limos -- one with Kim alone, and the other with the rest of the ladies. Poor Kim is always the odd housewife out.

Phew, what a night. One can only wonder where they can go from here ... the place from which they should have begun this franchise in the first place. The Beverly Hills ladies are finally getting interesting. Know that.

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