I don’t understand how Dana Wilkey can pretend to not be offended when the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars make fun of her to her face! She must really want to be a regular on season 3 if she’s such a good sport at the reunion, though it just makes things more unbearable. More
Topic: Taylor Armstrong
The lingering question since Russell Armstrong committed suicide last fall has been about Taylor Armstrong’s abuse accusations against him. Not only about whether it actually happened, but to what extent it really happened as well as to what Taylor stands to gain financially from speaking out about the situation More
On part 2 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion, Brandi Glanville claims that Taylor Armstrong threatened Camille Grammer over e-mail, and she questions the timing of Taylor’s memoir after Russell‘s suicide. More
Everyone turned against Lisa Vanderpump on part 1 of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion, but none moreso than Adrienne Maloof. We break down each of the rivalries, from the RadarOnline story to Giggy vs. Jackpot. More
In an excerpt from her memoir Hiding From Reality, Taylor Armstrong confesses that she hoped staying on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills would make her abusive husband Russell Armstrong change. More
Everything I read about this couple just makes me more and more depressed. More
Last week’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills was so boring. (How boring was it?) It was so boring I couldn’t think of a way to make it interesting with Barbie dolls. Also, I felt a little guilty talking about Adrienne’s new shoe collection when all of my Barbies have lost their footwear. Anyway, Monday night’s episode was a big improvement, with yet another social event gone terribly wrong. Here’s a look at “Malibu Beach Party From Hell” dramatically reenacted by Barbies. More
Although we’re still inclined to believe that Taylor Armstrong is milking husband Russell Armstrong‘s suicide, her appearance on Watch What Happens Live last night was about her slow deterioration on this season of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and how she was scared that Camille Grammer yelling about her abuse on national TV would endanger Taylor and daughter Kennedy. More
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Guys, two things bring me joy every week: watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and playing with my Barbies. Unfortunately, Monday night’s episode was more stressful than it was fun—as much as I love drama, I can’t really handle Taylor’s crumbling marriage or the implications that she was being badly abused. I mean, I made it through the episode, duh, but I don’t think I can bring myself to reenact it with Barbie dolls. Gross, since when do I have a conscience?
I do want to talk about this, though, because I have a lot of feelings, and what is the internet for if not for sharing them? More
For a while, it seemed as if we were going to get through The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills season 4 in the awkward state in which the season began: Some awkward acknowledgement of Russell Armstrong‘s suicide before jumping into a season he’s been cut clear out of. We saw plenty of footage of his wife Taylor Armstrong discussing their marital problems (though not the abuse she kept hidden until his death). Then last night’s episode changed the formula and showed us Russell—but a distorted and strangely cheery version of the character. More
Monday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills showed the ladies getting pampered in true Beverly Hills fashion. It also showed them fighting like hell beasts, which is what we’re really tuning in to see, right? The Kyle-Kim-Brandi saga seems to be settling down, but we could just be in the eye of the storm. Here’s a look at “The Opposite of Relaxation” dramatically reenacted by Barbies. More
This video is not as sad as I thought it was going to be. It’s still kind of sad, though. More
Monday night’s episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills spiraled into the first real fight of the season and set up conflict for the next several episodes. But we had to wade through a lot of bullshit to get there. (Does anyone care about Lisa’s daughter’s storyline? Exactly. And that’s why I’m not including it.) Here’s a look at “Let the Games Begin” dramatically reenacted by Barbies. More