Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Reunion Part 2 Recap
- Let’s jump right in
- I am back in LA with my boyfriend
- I love you Jose
- PK is still on the couch
- Dear Lord
- Erika looks like an idiot
- She needs to stop
- PK is holding his own
- LVP is sucked in
- This is stupid
- Erika needs to put on underwear
- Move on
- I’m done and skipping over it
- Erika is being ridiculous
- She was naked on camera
- We’ve all seen her crotch
- I have missed you Jose
- Kyle is yelling at LVP
- I love Kyle’s balls
- They are clearly new
- Erika is full of shit
- She was worried about Tom and her panties?
- Then why not tell him?
- She’s hiding something
- That marriage is in trouble
- Just a guess
- Jose agrees
- PK is not apologizing to Tom
- I like PK
- I don’t like Erika today
- That’s a shame
- I like Dorit
- That is a surprise
- Lisa Rinna is a horrible human being
- She’s also medicated
- I’m done
- I want to punch Rinna
- Not kidding
- With a closed fist
- PK is a good husband
- Bless him
- I’m done blogging until he’s gone
- I’ll make out with Jose until we’ve moved on
- One last thing, Erika is embarrassing herself
- Erika is also embarrassing Tom Girardi
- Money can’t buy you class
- Even when you marry it
- Erika is supporting Dorit’s work
- Kim and Eden have joined
- Kim looks amazing
- Eden looks like Brandi
- Eden simply cannot come back
- She does not fit in
- Kim Richards is a rock star
- She’s also a smoking hot Grandma
- Rinna is pathological
- Also sociopathic
- Kim is bring too kind to Rinna
- She is unworthy
- Kim gives Rinna back the stuffed bunny
- Fucking right on!
- Rinna fake cries
- Kyle is secretly proud of her sister
- Eileen thinks it was shitty of Rinna
- Kyle should not speak here
- Rinna brings Harry into it
- She is revolting
- Rinna walks off fake crying
- Dear Lord I cannot stand her
- Kim is unapologetic and it is fabulous
- Eileen is stirring the pot with Rinna
- Eileen needs to STFU
- These bitches don’t get it
- Riina turns off her fake tears like a faucet
- The bunny is hilarious
- Kim is everything
- Rinna is nothing
- Round two done
- One more week to go
- More Jose needed
- I’ll be back next week
- Making out with Jose and keeping it real
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