Time to take the purple pen to Lisa Vanderpump’s blog. Apologies if I am a bit harsher than you would like.
Aargh here we are again. As I sit here in the waiting room as my husband undergoes surgery for another hip replacement, I ponder and reflect on the truly important things in life, and what have I learnt over the last few years?
That when you marry a much older man you eventually spend a lot of time playing nursemaid? That swans may look regal but they are mean as fuck and shit everywhere? That when a waitress starts rumbling about sexual harassment you might want to have a plan in place to deal with such things as quickly and quietly as possible so you don’t end up losing the whole restaurant?
I know that participating in a reality show has been a learning curve for sure, how remaining stalwart in my resolve, to expose all aspects of my life and learn from the consequences…Even moments in our off-time–Kyle and I in the dressing room–are an accurate depiction of our relationship: laughter, good-natured banter that you would never in a million years dream would be aired.
Both of you seem so shocked to discover that a man was standing there with a big camera and another dude was holding a giant boom over your heads. I get it, you didn’t think it would be that interesting. I think it was the whole LVP talks about diarrhea thing that interested production.
That is the basic premise in a reality show. Be prepared to expose yourself and deal accordingly, and that is what Kim doesn’t seem to understand. She keeps reiterating, “Keep my name out of your mouth.” “Don’t talk about me.”
Well if you appear, and your demeanor and your actions are questionable, be prepared to answer those questions. I believe that is the basic premise of a show such as this.
Could you explain this to Andrew so that he might inform Kim that we can attempt to suspend disbelief when it comes to the ridiculously over scripted storylines, but when someone has an honest to God relapse on camera it’s pretty much the only real thing happening and we are going to talk about it. A lot.
Kyle has covered many a track for years, but in this forum, it is highly impossible to keep anything hidden.
Praying to the garbage can was my favorite.
Taking responsibility is the one thing that evades both Kim and BG.
Please see above notation about employees sexual harassment complaints.
I stated this in the first segment to BG: Understand this–just saying sorry doesn’t alter or change the facts. It might lead one to believe that they are alleviated from responsibility, or, as they both do, continually deflect so as to shift the focus of the matter at hand.
Again, please see above.
Lisa was vindicated by the segment that was shown. It was BG who brought up Kim as Lisa was challenging BG on her behaviour (again the master manipulator being exposed). The same for Kyle–it was her account that was accurate at the poker night. She went to the bathroom and Kim followed, of her own volition, as the documentation that this show provides proves.
Unfortunately when things are off camera, like magazine gate last year, we are forced to rely on these inaccurate accounts from these unreliable witnesses, so there you have it…Deflection, denial, anger are traits they have in common.
Yes dear. We remember you were the scapegoat last season. I’m sure Andrew was summarily chastised to the point he will never allow that to happen again.
The whole ridiculous intimation by Kim that Harry was guilty of something insidious was infuriating to me. That is why I urged Lisa to challenge her. I knew the intimation was unfounded and baseless, and if she didn’t confront it, it would linger like a bad odor, so when push came to shove, there was nothing. Again, case in point, all will become exposed eventually. Who lies, who hurls hollow accusations with nothing to substantiate them ends up looking foolish.
Come now. You all look foolish. It’s really only a matter of severity at this point.