'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Recap: Brandi Glanville Made a Terrible Decision

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Brandi, Brandi, Brandi. Girl, you do not want to cross Kyle Richards. Don't you know her hair has powers? That's right, powers. Murder powers. 

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Brandi made a BIG mistake in the latest installment of our favorite filler-filled reality television epic. This week Madame Brandi Glanville was up to her new-old tricks. Last week she decided to wedge herself between Kyle Richards and her troubled sister Kim Richards claiming that Kyle didn't have her sister's best interests at heart. She kept it up this week, making Kim pick a side and dividing the sisters now more than ever. It's like a second Cold War. Clearly Kyle is Russia. 

If Kyle is Russia and Kim is America (because what is more American than former child stardom and a tortured haunted expression), then Brandi is a nuke. The woman showed up at a party she wasn't invited to this week -- Kyle's party! The only reason for doing so that makes any sense is that she is a weapon programmed to search and destroy. It didn't quite work out that way. She tried to take out Russia, but instead Russia was all "EFF YOU, GLANVILLE" only in Russian, which I do not speak and thus cannot transcribe here. Spasibo. 

If you are an actor on a reality show, it is your primary directive to STAY on that reality show for as long as you can. This means having a private life splashed out dramatically in all the two-buck tabloids and causing a scene in every scene you happen to be featured. OBVIOUSLY Brandi is just trying to keep her day-job. But I think she made the wrong choice hitching her star to the Richards conflict. Wouldn't she have been better off continuing to dog Eileen Davidson? Frankly, the wine-hurling and its subsequent fall-out were the most exciting things that have happened on the show for ages. Any storyline involving Kim's addiction just feels prurient and wrong. 

Do you think Brandi is totally full of it? 

 

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