‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ preview: Kyle Richards, Lisa Vanderpump talk it out

Real Housewives of Beverly HillsAre we about to see a reconciliation of sorts between Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills”? We can’t promise anything, but based on what we are seeing now, Monday night’s all-new episode of the reality franchise is definitely going to be emotional beyond a reason of a doubt.

After much of the disaster that was last week in Las Vegas, many of the ladies are going to be back at home, which gives them an opportunity to try and find some peace with each other. As for how long that lasts, it’s probably fair to make plenty of assumptions based on the show that we’re talking about here.

In case you want to know some cut-and-dry details, just check out the official synopsis courtesy of Bravo below:

“Kyle pays a visit to Lisa’s to discuss the mutual hurt in their relationship: Lisa is upset Kyle doesn’t defend her, and Kyle says Lisa holds a grudge. A truce is reached, but it’s not exactly resolved. More unresolved issues are addressed when Lisa throws a tea party in her beautiful olive grove, and it’s the first time Adrienne [Maloof] and Brandi [Glanville] have faced each other since their big blow-up. It’s civil at first, but denials and accusations fly when a tipsy Taylor [Armstrong] asks whether or not Adrienne is suing Brandi.”

Did you really think that Adrienne was going to be able to go quietly into the night without having to deal with Brandi again? This is going to be calm at first, but by the end of the episode this may be a tea party that brings shame on the very invention of tea as a guise for civilized conversation.

If you want to take a look yet again at what happened on “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” with Camille Grammer, you can do so by heading on over to the link here.

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