10 Lessons We Learned From The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season Two
It's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills reunion time! Those delicious three weeks in which Andy Cohen forces the ladies to relive every tension-filled moment from the past 18 episodes they've supposedly "grown from" or "moved past." (But inevitably just end up fighting about all over again.) The public shaming is why we watch the rest of the season.
So what better way to celebrate than to reflect on what invaluable lessons we've learned from the ever-wise Housewives this year.
10. Don't bring cameras into your colonoscopy.
Poor Dr. Paul Nassif had to figure this out the hard way. Cameras not only captured his pre-enema nervousness, but the rapid-fire fart fiesta that escaped his ass post-op, before he even fully regained consciousness. How did it happen that Kim managed to keep the lens off her constant escapes to the bathroom but Paul couldn't keep them out of this very private procedure? Lesson learned.
9. The definition of "Chi Chi Chi"
[shee-shee-shee] noun -- A mystical phrase that when said enough times to a Housewife with near bottomless pockets will get you free rein over her budget and Rolodex, resulting in the million-dollar party of your dreams. Regardless of the fact that said party is her daughter's wedding. Well played, Kevin Lee.
8. Men can be catty bitches too.
Thanks, Mauricio, for proving this point. Usually the reserved gentleman, "Maurice" lost his cool when Kim and boyfriend Ken showed up 36 hours late to his birthday party. He didn't buy their excuse that Ken had to work, (which is, of course, because it was bullshit) but instead of tackling the fib head on, he made a back-handed toast to the importance of "living true." Mean Girls 2 starring Mauricio Umansky. This is happening.