3. Why is every single person talking about the same thing in their respective limos on the way to Heatherâ€™s party?
I am not kidding when I say that there was a segment in this weekâ€™s episode where each couple was filmed talking about the whole Alexis-Costa Rica incident. This makes me question the validity of this show. Were they prompted by producers to talk about it? It is so hard for me to say that it is just coincidence that Gretchen and Slade, Vicki and Brooks, Tamra and Eddie, and Alexis and Sarah are all chatting it up about the same exact thing. Maybe they are all just that vapid and shallow and can only talk about â€śdramaâ€ť and not things that actually matter. I perish the thought.
4. Exactly how rich are Heather and Terry Dubrow?
I tried to invade privacy rules and Google how much they make a year, but I couldnâ€™t find anything worth noting. They have an absolutely enormous house, and this party is so amazing. Their backyard should be rented out for other peopleâ€™s parties too. I do not know how much they make annually, but I am just going to take a guess and say 80 bazillion dollars a year. Seems legit.
5. Why are guests of Heatherâ€™s party inviting other people?
Jeana Keough pops into the party. Sarah Winchester was uninvited apparently, but they both claim to be the guests of people who were invited. Why are all these people the guests of other people? Why isnâ€™t Heather more pissed off about this? If I was having a big bash for no reason, I donâ€™t think I would care if people I didnâ€™t know showed upâ€”the more, the merrier, but when itâ€™s such a personal party for a name-change type of thing, I think I would want people there who knew my name in the first place! Doesnâ€™t that go against the social norm? Câ€™mon Andy Cohen, please just admit that you brought all these whack jobs together on purpose. Just come clean, itâ€™s okay, you can tell me.
6. How pissed should Heather be about the Cake Incident?
So to break this down quickly, Heather ordered this professionally done cake with her new initials on it and a big pink bow made of that fancy cake stuff that they use all the time on The Food Network. Sarah is completely wasted and decides itâ€™s a good idea to break off a piece of the bow (before anyone has even taken a bite) and eat it. When confronted by half the party, Sarah says she has a sugar problem. Lamest excuse ever. Vicki makes a hilarious comment about how itâ€™s not a sugar problem, but a drinking problem, which is 100% true. Instead of apologizing, Sarah gets super rude and defensive. Heather doesnâ€™t even kick her out, which was really cool of her. I would have been like, â€śGet the eff out of my house, you booze hound.â€ť Heather was not overreacting. Iâ€™d be mad too. And Alexis is saying how all the other ladies are overreacting, but you know that if that were Alexisâ€™ cake, she would call the Orange County Police. Real talk.