I cannot believe we are officially at the end! Before I get into the Reunion, I just want to quickly put out there my Top 5 Favorite Moments from this season.

  1. ) Brandi adopting Bruin.  Watching Brandi with Bruin was so heartwarming and amazing.  Brandi is a wonderful Mom, and I’m beyond happy for her and her family.
  2. ) Watching Stephanie really come into her own. Steph was so honest and true to herself this season.  She stood her ground on her beliefs.  I’m so proud of her.
  3. ) Just getting to know D’Andra more, and seeing her relationship with Mama Dee evolve.  Mama Dee has become a lot more maternal to D’Andra, and it’s been very rewarding to watch.  I loved seeing her tell D’Andra how proud of her she was.  It was a moment that D’Andra had been waiting for, and something she deserved to hear.
  4. ) Brandi and D’Andra’s newfound friendship was everything.  I love that they became close, and I love how easygoing and carefree their relationship is.  They just have fun together – at the end of the day, isn’t that what really matters?
  5. ) Of course, Brandi and Steph’s antics will forever be my favorite.  They are so silly and fun together.  Everyone thinks you need so much drama for a reality show to be good, but you really don’t.  I love watching Steph and Brandi just being normal and having a good time.

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We pick back up with Kameron, and I’m LOLing at the scenes of her nodding.  I feel like I said this all season – Kam is nodding like a puppet at whatever anyone else says.  (Brandi’s impression of Kam is the best.)  According to Kameron, she is just “spacing out.” Andy always interpreted Kam’s nodding as being judgmental (as did I), but that’s apparently not the case.  Andy brings up Sparkle Dog – Kam has found a distributor, as well as a business partner.  Andy then asks, “Was there any part of you that was pissed off at your husband who always seemed to be rolling his eyes at you and was very dismissive?”  YES ANDY, THANK YOU!  Court was such a prick to Kameron about her business.  Honestly though, I like that Kameron wants to prove him wrong and have her business succeed.

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We move onto The Simmons and The Westcotts.  Watching a lot of those clips again was hard to see.  I feel like D’Andra went through so much bullshit this season w/all of the Dallas Society nonsense.  I also like that D’Andra points out that Kameron married into the Westcott family, she didn’t grow up under a microscope, constantly judged.  D’Andra can’t just be herself and let loose without worrying about it.  D’Andra believes Kameron is bound by rules that Jimmy, Kam’s MIL, has set.  This is brought up because they talk about how Jimmy told Kameron there was “someone” she was friends with that was basically making her look bad, and Kameron unfriended that person.  Kam insists that she is not bound by any rules, and that Jimmy was just giving her advice, not an ultimatum.   “Doesn’t your Mother give you advice?” Kameron asks D’Andra. D’Andra replies with, “She doesn’t tell me who to be friends with, she gives me business advice.”  Kameron always has to take it to an extra level of petty – “You’re sure her puppet.”  D’Andra snaps back, “You’re the Westcott puppet.”


Steph basically calls them out and is like, “There are people that are starving in the world and dying, so if this is what we are arguing about then I think we have it pretty good.”  Thank you Stephanie!  This is literally so unimportant.  Preach babe!

Kameron tells us that she hates the word society, and I think I can speak for everyone when we were all like – wait what?  I’m sorry, that’s weird Kameron.  That’s literally all you’ve talked about ALL SEASON LONG.  (Andy & Steph’s faces were the best, LMAO.)  According to Kameron, however, Dallas is “judgey”, and there’s no tolerance for bad behavior.  Yes to Andy with his comeback – “You’re fairly judgey yourself.”

Stephanie tells us about her experience with Dallas Society.  She says that she thought she was friends with certain people, and they literally cut her out and looked down upon her after the first season of RHOD.  “I don’t want to be around those people.  That’s disgusting.”  Preach Steph.


Andy reads a viewer comment: “Kameron, the only reason why you’ve aligned yourself with LeeAnne is because you’re afraid of her and don’t want her turning on you.”  D’Andra immediately says, “Agree.”  Kam insists that that isn’t true – she has a great friendship with LeeAnne, and she’s not scared of her.  She claims she can disagree with LeeAnne and it’s fine.  (We’ve yet to see Kameron disagree with anything LeeAnne has said all season.)  Brandi pipes in – “You’re her puppet.”  Andy turns to D’Andra and asks her if she thinks Kameron is scared of LeeAnne.  She thinks Kameron is LeeAnne’s doormat, which gets LeeAnne fired up.  “Like you’re your Mama’s?”

I do agree with D’Andra 100% when she says that Kameron seems to make excuses for LeeAnne that she would never make for anyone else.  She’s extremely hard on D’Andra – I mean, she really harped over a K Cup all season, yet LeeAnne can give a lap dance that “looks as good as a strippers” and that’s totally fine.  Andy asks if LeeAnne has any Westcott Family Secrets that she’s holding over Kameron, which kills me.  LMAO.  Only Andy.  Andy also asks Stephanie what she thinks, and she tells us that she is not scared of LeeAnne, and she doesn’t think Kameron is scared of her either.  She thinks Kameron is “loyal to a fault” to her.  Kameron says Steph was the same way with Brandi and Cary, which Stephanie agreed with.


Andy wants to know if Jimmy told Kameron not to be friends with D’Andra.  Kameron says of course not, “Jimmy loved D’Andra!”  Andy brings up the fact that she used the past tense, which D’Andra also noted.  “Does she not love D’Andra anymore?”  Andy wants to know.  “Now she’s just like whatever.”  Okay Kameron. Andy then goes on to ask Kameron if she thinks D’Andra is tarnishing her family’s name, and Kameron says that that’s not for her to answer, that’s for Dee to answer. This next part confused me – what did Kam say, something about how she doesn’t need a babysitter?  Implying that Dee is D’Andra’s babysitter?  D’Andra shoots back that Jimmy is Kameron’s babysitter, and Kameron says, “Look who’s mother is here today!”  Andy clears this up quickly – he invited Dee, because he very much wanted her to be here.  (Take that, Kameron.  LMAO.  I’m becoming just as petty as her the longer I watch this LOL.)


Andy asks LeeAnne if she thinks that D’Andra is from the “Black Sheep” side of the Simmons family.  (Honestly, what kind of question is that?)  LeeAnne says, “I would say she’s been described that way, yeah.” I am so proud of D’Andra with her epic clapback – “You have no right to talk about Dallas Society because you’re not apart of Dallas Society so if I were you I would clap it.”  Cary asks why D’Andra would say that when she claims she doesn’t care about Dallas Society.  Kameron feels like this is her opportunity to jump down D’Andra’s throat.  “You constantly say I married into Dallas Society, am I like, from the Ghetto or something?  I grew up in Montecito.”  (Andy’s face LMAO.)  Kam has to make sure we all know she’s from Montecito, so she reiterates it.  “I grew up with a very well off family in Montecito.”  (Jesus Kameron, we do not care.)  “You talk down to me about that and your mother married into it as well.”


Honestly, Cary’s been driving me fucking insane this reunion, but finally a voice of reason.  “Do you guys know how ridiculous you sound right now?  You sound like the most superficial bitches.”  This lightens the mood, and Andy asks, “Which family is more important, The Simmons or The Westcotts?”  I love Brandi jumping in – “The Redmonds!”


Andy addresses Kameron – he brings up that in Copenhagen, she made up with D’Andra, but when they got home she went and told Cary that D’Andra was on “Friend Probation.”  Kam is annoyed; she tells us that D’Andra is the one who made that up.  D’Andra tells us she was joking.  Kameron goes on to say that she thought she was fine with D’Andra – she went over her house over the Summer and had taco salads.  (Insert crying laughing face emoji here.  Dead.)  Andy compares The Simmons and The Westcotts to The Montagues and The Capulets.  LMFAO.  Let’s move on.

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Now we’re talking to Cary about her relationship with her Dad.  She tells us that her relationship unfortunately hasn’t changed much – it’s strained right now, and she goes months without talking to her father.  She said that her parents are “ultra conservative” and they were pissed when she was naked in the jacuzzi at Beaver Creek.  We don’t stay on this topic much longer, but I do feel sad that Cary didn’t make the connection she was looking for with her Father.  It honestly seemed promising during the season.

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Copenhagen flashbacks. Andy addresses Brandi’s plan to become so drunk that LeeAnne would call her an alcoholic, and that it “wasn’t very thought out.”  I’m LOLing.  Brandi tells us that she thought it was going to prove her point, and Andy points out that she was clearly trying to provoke LeeAnne, which she admits that she was.  Someone calls it passive aggressive.  They discuss the filming controversy, and I don’t know why it’s so hard for everyone to grasp why Brandi wouldn’t want LeeAnne filming her topless.  Yes, I understand that camera crews are there filming – however, the camera crews fucking edit everything!  Why is everyone so lax on this fact?  If LeeAnne wanted to, that video could have went floating around the internet for the entire world to see.  I completely understand why Brandi was pissed about her filming them.


Andy asks Brandi if she stole LeeAnne’s phone, and Brandi addresses LeeAnne when she replies, “No, I did not steal your phone and you know that.”  Andy asks LeeAnne if she knows that, to which LeeAnne says, “No.” Brandi is pissed off and explains herself for the umpteenth time.  We talk about CloneGate/PhoneGate; whatever the hell you want to call it, and how LeeAnne lied about cloning the phone.  Brandi tells LeeAnne that if she thinks she stole her phone she should have called her out the night she returned it to her, but she didn’t because she’s “chicken shit” – LMAO.  Brandi then calls out Kameron, and says that Kameron lied about calling LeeAnne’s phone numerous times.  She said that she could see the front screen of LeeAnne’s phone and that there were no missed calls from Kameron.  Kameron, always the one to take it to the extreme, says, “You’ve lost my trust”, and is now mad at Brandi.  Brandi tells Kameron, “You flat out lie all the time.” Kam is pissed, and she tells Brandi to stand up and tell her what she lied about.  She keeps pushing her to stand up, and Brandi’s like, “You can stand up.”  I’m literally laughing out loud at Andy looking like an exhausted schoolteacher – “No one needs to stand up.”

Andy brings up LeeAnne and D’Andra’s issues.  “Finances, infidelities and alcoholism.”  These flashbacks were also hard to watch.  LeeAnne and D’Andra have been through a lot.  Andy comments that it seems like it all started when D’Andra pressed LeeAnne about the wedding.  D’Andra says she pressed her because she had genuine concern for her friend – she got engaged, and she was excited for her, thinking she was going to start planning a wedding and dress shopping, and then a year went by and nothing happened.  D’Andra was worried that Rich only proposed to appease LeeAnne.  Honestly, this is the kind of stuff best friends do for each other.  They tell you shit you don’t want to hear sometimes because they’re being honest and they have your best interest at heart and don’t want you to get hurt.  I truly believe that D’Andra always had good intentions when it came to LeeAnne, and that she was genuinely concerned for her.

They bring up the $200 comment – LeeAnne says she only told Cary that because she was “trying to help”, and D’Andra wants to know how that would help.  Cary says that LeeAnne told her in a “concerned” way.  Andy wants to know why Cary would even tell D’Andra, and Cary says she thought that she should know.  She also said that “people talk” – and Andy calls her out on this, asking, “People talk about D’Andra’s finances?”  Cary says yes, and that D’Andra also has brought it up.  (This is the most bizarre thing ever.)  D’Andra finds it weird that LeeAnne would go to her archenemy with concern, and Cary and LeeAnne both express that they are not archenemies.  D’Andra says that they were at the time, and I mean, she has a point.  (I don’t think that they were archenemies, per se, but they were not good friends.)

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Kameron always has to make her presence known – she immediately chimes in.  “D’Andra, you told me in the cab in Copenhagen that LeeAnne gave you the golden ticket, and I was like ‘what do you mean, the golden ticket?’ and you said that America was going to eat it up because they could relate.  You said it was the best thing that could’ve happened to you.”  D’Andra literally laughs at this, and I don’t believe for a second that D’Andra said that.  I think Kameron is honestly a liar, and I think she’s good at the game she’s playing.  Kameron also accuses D’Andra of acting, which is bullshit.

Andy talks about how D’Andra said Rich and LeeAnne lead separate lives, and then they show the confessional where D’Andra says that she has heard rumors that Rich cheated on her.  Steph tells D’Andra, “I love you, but if you were going to say it in your confessional you should’ve said it to her face.”  I will say that I do agree with that.  I do not think D’Andra should’ve expressed anything about Rich cheating in a confessional.  Stephanie says that if she was in LeeAnne’s position, she would feel heartbroken and betrayed.  Understandable.

LeeAnne tells us that Rich has never cheated on her, and that they don’t have problems in their relationship.  D’Andra says, “I know that’s not true.  Both of Rich’s ex-wives came to me and told me I would be saving you from marrying him.”  Cary feels like D’Andra is going below the belt with that comment, but I truly do not believe that is D’Andra’s intention at all. D’Andra says she was genuinely concerned.  Kameron says that they’re all losing their trust in D’Andra, watching the way she treats LeeAnne.  (Like what?)  D’Andra doesn’t say anything, and Andy asks, “That doesn’t bother you?”  And D’Andra says, “No, because I was doing the right thing.  I was trying to help her.”

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The alcoholic comment gets brought up, and again, LeeAnne will not own this.  D’Andra says that she insinuated it all season (fact) and that “implication is the same thing.”  Andy brings up that in D’Andra’s blog, she wrote that she has had other problems in the past but none with alcohol.  Andy asks what she had a problem with, and D’Andra says that when she was 29, she went to rehab because she had an issue with cocaine.  She said that she went to narcotics anonymous for years.  I’m honestly so happy that D’Andra shared this.  That’s a hard thing to talk about – and it’s very hard to get sober.  I’m so proud of her.

Andy then brings up the fact that both LeeAnne and D’Andra say that they are both telling the other things “out of concern”, but they both think that the other is being nefarious.  D’Andra still believes that LeeAnne was being nefarious about the alcoholic comment, as do I.  I think LeeAnne was mad that D’Andra brought up anything about her relationship, and she was pissed that D’Andra and Brandi were forming a friendship.  Just my thought.

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Yaasss – Mama Dee has arrived!  I love her sayings so much.  She is so wise.  She addresses the feud between LeeAnne and D’Andra, and says, “The real issue is that you lose a diamond when they’re out there collecting stones.”  She thinks it’s sad, because at one point in life they were “the very best of friends.”  LeeAnne thinks that D’Andra, “always has to win” and D’Andra asks, “win at what?”  LeeAnne says she doesn’t know.  Andy wants to know if the show has torn them apart, and they both agree that it has played a role in the demise of their friendship.  Andy asks what it would take to get them back on track.  D’Andra apologizes; she says that she thought she was doing the right thing at the time, and she was wrong.  LeeAnne states that she already apologized for the $200 comment.  (It’s so much more than this now, though.)  Mama Dee feels like there is hope for LeeAnne and D’Andra.  She wants LeeAnne to be her daughter’s best friend again.  (Side note: when Mama Dee was giving her worldly advice, I was literally dying when she told Kameron to look at her.  Like yes, Mama Dee!  Also, I find it funny that Kameron thinks it’s okay to be disrespectful and make faces when Mama Dee is talking, but if D’Andra EVER did that when her MIL was talking, all hell would break loose.  Just saying.)

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We’re wrapping up, but Andy wants to know  if they could have one do over, what would it be?

Steph: Waits too long to say how she feels, would like to get better at that, and say how she’s feeling in the moment.

Cary: Feels like she was “overly honest” this season, and wants to reign that in.

Kameron: Will hold back on asking so many questions, and let things go. (Except she says, “It will make the group happy if I don’t ask questions.”  Andy points out she also said she was going to let things go, and she tells us, “Not internally.” EYE ROLL.)

Brandi: Apologizes to Kameron for calling her a liar – would like to take that back.  Kameron forgives her, and they move on.

D’Andra: Would like to be a “kinder, gentler” person.  She said that she knows she can came across harsh, and that’s not her intent.

LeeAnne: Would like to continue being a peaceful person.

We end with D’Andra apologizing to LeeAnne – and you wonder for a moment, is there hope for this friendship to be salvaged?  Only time will time.

I love that we end on a “Spitfire” shot – LMAO @ Steph, “It’s so disgusting!” And then we cheers to an epic season.


Can’t wait for Season 4!  I’m truly going to miss these ladies every week.

Until next season….



Holy shit. I have so many thoughts after watching Part 1. This was absolutely insane and we’ve barely covered anything! Staying neutral is going to be so hard but I’m going to try my best.

Before I start – can we talk about how beautiful the ladies look? I’m loving (almost) everyone’s look. I’m not crazy about Kam’s – I’m all for pink, and I actually do like the dress, but her makeup is a little much. I also generally despise cut out shoulders, so Cary’s dress is not my favorite but she still looks gorgeous. My favorite look is definitely Steph’s; so natural yet still so glamorous and beautiful. D’Andra is a total Boss Ass Bitch in that pants suit – Slay, Queen. 👸🏻 Brandi always looks amazing in blue, totally her color. I also agree with Andy, I’m loving the high pony. LeeAnne is literally glowing, loving the dress, so pretty.

We start off with Andy greeting all of the Delightful Divas of Dallas. We learn that Brandi’s adoption is finalized, Mama Dee did not take the keys back from D’Andra, and Steph feels amazing being married to a Harvard Man. Andy tells Cary she “spilled the tea” in Denmark – he has questions about her casually mentioning that she dated Lance Armstrong. (It was only like, 6 months to a year.) Moving on to Kam – “Hey Girl” ~ LMAO Andy has her down. He calls her Nicole Kidman’s doppelgänger and I never noticed this before but I totally agree. Kam’s day is made. Last but not least; “Namaste, LeeAnne.” I’m literally crying watching them meditating – and at Brandi’s “WTF is going on?” Face. 😂😂

We start off lightly, and we have a montage of all the fun times the girls had. Steph & Brandi make me LOL every time I see them together. Callie-Roo is basically famous at this point. Andy asks Steph if the kangaroo is legal, and Steph says she honestly doesn’t know. We’re all laughing at Kam riding the bull, and how she pronounces it. We flashback to Steph having her vaginal rejuvenation procedure and Andy asks how Travis likes it. Literally only Andy Cohen could get away with these questions! LMAO.

We get to our first viewer comment, and it’s about LeeAnne giving D’Andra a lap dance when they were at the rodeo, and that it looked professional. Andy asks LeeAnne if she was ever a stripper (legit only Andy!) and she says no. She says it looks like it could be a good job, because she “talks shit for a living” for Andy. Andy compliments her on her shit talking, but I’m thinking this is more of a dig than actual compliment.

I hate being back in Beaver Creek so much, everything about this scene infuriates me. (Except for Brandi’s impersonations.) Andy asks if Justin Bieber rented The Westcott’s home in Beaver Creek, and we learn that he did not, but Taylor Swift did. (I think that’s so cool! I’m such a celebrity stalker LOL.)

Andy brings up D’Andra and LeeAnne arguing over who the “Queen Bee” is, and LeeAnne tells us that D’Andra (supposedly) said that being a housewife is all about status, and that none of them were actually qualified to be housewives until she joined the cast. Brandi interrupts LeeAnne and said that D’Andra never said that when they are at Beaver Creek, and D’Andra speaks up and says she never said that. Cary chimes in and says, “She said that there wouldn’t be a show without her.” I’m sorry, I call total bullshit on that. Cary has literally been tattling on EVERYONE all season – you honestly expect me to believe that D’Andra said that and this is the first time Cary is bringing it up? Please. 🙄 Brandi interjects and says that LeeAnne is the one who says that, and then she does an impression of her, saying, “You carry this show like a turtle on your back.” (Andy laughing at this made me LOL.) D’Andra also adds that LeeAnne is the one who went to InTouch Magazine, saying that there would be no show without her, and that, “all roads lead back to LeeAnne Locken.”

The girls continue arguing, and then D’Andra drops a bombshell. “LeeAnne, for two years I’ve held a secret about you so I’m going to reveal it right now.” D’Andra says that before she joined the show, LeeAnne told her that Cary was going to “Fat Shame” her like she did to her husband, Mark, in Season 1. (Just a side note, I’ve never seen Season 1.) This entire scene is so bizarre to me – LeeAnne denies saying it, but Cary freaks the fuck out on D’Andra, and tells her, “Fuck you for thinking I said that.” Why the hell is Cary so pissed at D’Andra for telling her something that LeeAnne had said? Cary says she never fat shamed Mark – and I honestly believed her (like I said, I didn’t watch the first season) and then we get a lovely clip of Cary telling us in S1 that Mark was a “total fixer upper” and that he was a “chubby plastic surgeon with man boobs.” For real? Can you imagine ever saying something like that about your husband? Yeah, me either. This honestly makes me see Cary in an entirely different light.

Andy asks LeeAnne if she ever said that to D’Andra, and she says no. Cary comes for D’Andra again and tells her that “she’s the dumb bitch that believed her” about L’s comment. (What is happening here?) I’m becoming increasingly annoyed with these three – I do believe that LeeAnne said that, and I also believe that Cary believes she said it as well, but she has it out for D for some reason. Kam is nodding in agreement.

We talk about Brandi & D’Andra’s unexpected reconciliation, which I love. D’Andra talks about how fun loving and light Brandi is, and I’m so pissed that the producers decide to take this moment to film the three girls on the other couch talking shit. So petty.

We’re back in Beaver Creek – this time to discuss Kam & Steph’s argument. Andy asks Kameron if she was sorry once she actually watched the scene back and realized that Steph never said what she thought she said. Kameron isn’t sorry, and just says that it was a misunderstanding. Steph stays true to herself and stands by the fact that she believes Kameron was making the moment all about her and that she was being selfish. I totally agree. Kameron still isn’t ready to let this go and begins to question Brandi again about why she didn’t tell anyone about Bruin. Then she actually comes for Stephanie, saying that she doesn’t think it’s okay to joke about having a surrogate. Kameron, what planet are you on? Steph made up a completely harmless lie on a whim because she was keeping Brandi’s secret. She was being a good friend, and she never joked about surrogacy. Everyone else agrees Kameron is totally is out of line and that Steph meant no harm and did nothing wrong.

Andy asks D’Andra what she thinks about the whole situation, and she says she thinks it’s none of Kameron’s business. Kameron uses this opportunity to say, “How can you say that when you’re always in LeeAnne’s business?” D’Andra claps back with, “That’s like the pot calling the kettle black and you’re very good at that Kameron.” Cary tells D’Andra not to “deflect” and I’m honestly just wondering when Cary got balls this season?

Stephanie’s segment has me super emotional. I have the chills rewatching her open up about her depression and suicide attempt. My heart hurts for her, but at the same time I’m amazed by her strength and courage and bravery. It takes guts to talk about mental health, and as someone who also struggles with depression, anxiety and takes antidepressants, I applaud her honesty. It’s not easy, but it’s so important to keep talking about these hard topics, because there is still such a huge stigma surrounding mental health in general. Everyone is very supportive of Stephanie, which makes me happy. She is so sweet, she deserves the best of everything – including friends.

LeeAnne is up next; we start off with her newfound love of mediation, her amygdala, and her & Rich’s relationship. Andy says he sees a change in LeeAnne, and she says that she meditates every morning and also sees two therapists. “You’ve never told me you see two therapists.” LeeAnne replies by telling D’Andra that they barely speak, so why would she have told her? (Which makes sense.) D’Andra says that they were speaking at the beginning of the season and she still didn’t share it. Cary butts in – “she just told me recently” and D’Andra gets pissed and tells Cary that she’s “talking to LeeAnne.” LeeAnne jumps down D’Andra’s throat for this and tells her not to be condescending to Cary. Cary says that D’Andra is being a bitch to her, but Brandi takes the heat off of D by interrupting and saying she doesn’t believe LeeAnne. She then confesses that Tiffany (as in Tiffany Hendra from S1) told Brandi that LeeAnne doesn’t see a therapist, and that it’s bullshit. LeeAnne doesn’t believe that Tiffany said that. Brandi tells her to tell them her therapists name – and at first I’m like, why wouldn’t she tell them? Then I thought about it a little more, and I realize that I wouldn’t share with the world the name of my therapist either. So I get it. It’s not really anyone’s business.

Andy reads another viewer comment – “Why aren’t you on medication instead of banging your bowl and blaming it on your amygdala?” LeeAnne says she “appreciates that she didn’t google it”, which D’Andra finds hilarious. LeeAnne snaps at D’Andra and calls her a bitch, and tells her to “shut the fuck up”, which I found extremely aggressive, seeing that D’Andra really hadn’t said anything. LeeAnne explains amygdala, and D’Andra speaks up, saying, “Last year it was PTSD, this year it’s amygdala, what’s it going to be next year?” Cary comes at D’Andra again and D has had enough. “Cary I’m sorry you haven’t had an opinion all year and now suddenly you have balls of steel!” D’Andra is on fire! 🔥

Andy brings up the rumor that LeeAnne has spread about Mark last year (he gets his d sucked at the roundup, by other dudes) and asks Cary why she was so receptive to being friends with LeeAnne after she said that. Cary says she wasn’t, but she has forgiven her and she saw a change in her and she deserved grace. (I would never be able to befriend someone who said something like that about my husband. Maybe I’d make nice for the show, but genuine friends? Fuck no.) Cary suddenly clarifies the rumor – it was a disgruntled florist who said it (like wait, what?????) and Andy points out that LeeAnne is still the one who started the rumor. D’Andra is the only one who says exactly what I’m thinking – it’s fucking weird that these two are friends and that they’re having dinner together with their significant others. I’m sorry, there’s just no coming back from that rumor, in my opinion.

Cary calls D’Andra out and tells her that she hasn’t been a good friend. Kameron says that D’Andra texted her and was talking shit about Carys business, as well as Brandi’s clothing line, BrandiLand. Cary says she “disparaged her business publicly.” Kam gives Andy her phone so he can see the message. “It’s not really disparaging her business publicly if she’s sending this to you privately.” Cary tells D’Andra that she thought they were friends and that she’s hurt. D’Andra vehemently denies that she sent those messages, and she gives Andy her phone so he can go through the messages and see for himself that they’re not there. Andy looks and confirms that the texts are not in D’Andra’s phone. Kam says she could’ve deleted them, which Andy agrees with. D’Andra says she didn’t delete anything, and Andy says he’s not saying he believes it, but it’s possible. LeeAnne tells us that D’Andra has two phones, and she finally loses it. “I do not have two phones! You’re fucking delusional!” Kameron is still badgering D’Andra, telling her to admit that she sent the messages. Kam wants to call AT&T and I’m literally dying when Andy goes into full blown dad mode and is like “We are not calling AT&T right now.” 🤣

Andy turns his attention to Stephanie and asks her if she still thinks LeeAnne has truly changed. Steph said that at the beginning of the season she did, but towards the end she felt like LeeAnne was triggered and reverted back to her old ways. LeeAnne keeps saying that she was pushed. Which brings us to Brandi and LeeAnne’s Feud.

Andy brings up what happened at the finale, and he asks Brandi if she was trying to provoke LeeAnne. Brandi says no, she was genuinely pissed off. Andy then comments that LeeAnne was “hissing like a cobra” at Brandi, and LeeAnne says, “I was?”

Yes, you were. And it was scary AF. Andy comments that Brandi and LeeAnne seemed to start off on the right foot, and LeeAnne wants to know what set Brandi off.

This question alone sets Brandi off, and I don’t blame her. Andy explains that he thinks LeeAnne telling D’Andra to “be careful” about being her friend is what triggered it, and Brandi agrees. Stephanie thinks this all goes way deeper than that, that they had issues prior to that that they never fully got over.

Andy also brings up LeeAnne’s allegation of Brandi being an “alcoholic.” I’m so annoyed during this scene – LeeAnne, please fucking own it. It doesn’t matter if you said it once, you still said it and insinuated it all season. None of the girls think Brandi has a drinking problem, including LeeAnne. LeeAnne apologizes, but Brandi calls her out and says that she already apologized, and then she went and said that she’s not sophisticated enough to be an alcoholic, that she’s just a drunk. Andy asks LeeAnne what that means and she says she was just being a wise-ass. Steph sticks up for Brandi, saying that’s not okay that she said those things, and that she inferred that Brandi had a problem all season. Steph says it’s not fair because it puts a label on her that’s not true. Agreed. LeeAnne apologizes again, saying that she’s genuinely sorry. Sorry, but I don’t buy it.

LeeAnne’s conversation with Mama Dee gets brought up – and I don’t remember what D’Andra says right now, but LeeAnne bugs out and tells her to “go jump in a lake and drown.” Like what???? LeeAnne had said in her blog that she recorded her conversation with Mama Dee, but then she admits to everyone that she lied. Andy’s like, “So you lied in your blog?” And everyone agrees that’s fucked up. “I’m really good at-” LeeAnne starts, and Andy finishes with, “Lying?” He then says, “You’ve copped to a lot of lying this season.” To which LeeAnne responds, “I’ve picked it up from them”, referring to Brandi and D’Andra.

Part 1 is over, and my jaw is still on the floor. What did I just witness? I honestly wrote OMFG at the bottom of my notes when this was over. This was a lot to take in. Tell me all of your thoughts! Are you on anyone’s side? Or do you see all angles? Leave me a comment!

Until next week…..


I can’t believe the finale is here ya’ll!! What an epic ending to an epic season. I love these ladies and I’m truly going to miss seeing them on my TV every week.

We start off at Steph’s; she’s working with her assistant to get everything ready for Travis’s Frat Party, which she’s throwing for him in honor of him going to Harvard. Brandi arrives, and I really love watching the two of them together. They’re both so silly and have a lot of fun together, and when you’re constantly being bombarded with drama it’s nice to just see the normal! The girls are talking about Travis, and I love when Brandi says, “We can’t ever let him think he’s smarter than us.” LMAO. Trey is testing the foam pit outside, and we quickly learn that it works. “Let’s go jump in it!” Steph is so cute LOL. Brandi and Steph are a lot of fun.

LeeAnne & Rich are over at The Cathedral of Hope, where are they are planning on having their wedding. LeeAnne explains to us that it is a LGBTQ Church, and there is no judgement here. She says she’s always felt different, and here, she feels like she fits in. They meet with the priest (sorry if he’s not a priest….pastor?) and they chat for a bit. I really like how LeeAnne describes her relationship with Rich, I think it’s very sweet. She feels like they complete each other – when she is too much, he pulls her back in, and when he is distant she pulls him out. They compliment each other. Those aren’t her exact words, so don’t quote me. But it reminded me of the speech Cam says from Modern Family about himself & Mitchell’s relationship (The Dreamer & The Realist) and I love that. (If you have no idea what I’m talking about go google it, it’s so sweet.) LeeAnne & Rich pick a date – April 27, 2019! Bravo spin-off anyone!?

Watching Mama Dee turn over the company to D’Andra, with all of their friends, family and coworkers present, was truly something else. Mama Dee held an event in honor of it at Jalisco, and to say I’m happy for D’Andra is an understatement. She is now 100% owner of Ultimate Living and Hard Night Good Morning. Mama Dee telling her daughter that it was her time to shine just made my heart happy.

Watching D’Andra and Mama Dee share such a heartfelt moment is so nice to see. D’Andra expresses how she wishes the whole family was here – her grandmother and her father. She becomes emotional and tells her mom that she hopes she can be proud of her one day. Hearing Mama Dee respond by saying, “I’m proud of you today.”, was everything. Mama Dee has become more and more maternal as the weeks have gone by. She tells D’Andra that if she needs anything she just has to call her. I feel like you can see the joy in D’Andra’s face at her mother’s words – her relief is so palpable, and she’s so grateful. To watch them come full circle and be so open and loving to each other was wonderful. It made me emotional, honestly! My mom is my best friend. We have always been close, and the times when we disagree or are upset with one another truly puts me on edge. It’s a horrible feeling. I’m so happy that they are in a good place. ❤️

Kameron & LeeAnne meet up, and they’re shopping for the Frat Party. I’m pretty sure they pick out a funnel for a keg, but I think Kam called it a bong. LMAO, if I misheard that please let me know! It made me LOL. LeeAnne sees a cup that says No Bad Days and says that she needs it because she’s had nothing but bad days lately.

The girls sit down, and LeeAnne tells Kameron that she is already anticipating that it’s going to be an “Attack LeeAnne” Party. LeeAnne is clearly annoyed/upset that none of the other girls think that Brandi stole her phone. “Girl, I can see both sides.” – Sure Kam, whatever you say. That’s not what you told Cary. LeeAnne says she hasn’t talked to any of the girls and is worried about what Stephanie will think. She also mentions how she hasn’t spoken to D’Andra since her Fashion Show. Umm, maybe D’Andra hasn’t called you since the show because you weren’t very nice to her? Just a thought. LeeAnne is really hating on Brandi, and calling her stupid. Kameron is nodding in agreement like a puppet. LeeAnne expresses that “Calm LeeAnne” wants to stay home and bang the Tibetan bowl, and “Bitch LeeAnne” wants to come back to kick all of ya’lls asses. LeeAnne is already going into this with a negative mindset. I personally think she knows what she did was wrong (lying about cloning the phone), but she doesn’t care and doesn’t want to talk about it. Kam and LeeAnne agree that they will go to the party together if their husbands can’t make it, because Court might have another event that day and Rich may be out of town.

It’s the day of the party. How cute is Brandi in her cheerleading uniform!? From high school! Love it. You’re absolutely killing it girl. Everything looks great – love the “Travis Fucking Hollman” sign – is it made out of Solo Cups? We have beer pong, a foam pit, a keg – I’m transported back ten years during this episode and I love it. (Those were the days.)

The amount of Jell-O shots in Steph’s fridge is Party Goals. (And honestly, this whole scene is making me long for Summer! I want to throw a frat party and get drunk off of Jell-O shots!). Anyway, Brandi and Steph talk about PhoneGate, and Brandi is just done with LeeAnne. Brandi tells Steph that she got a voicemail a few days prior to the party from Kameron, telling Brandi that her phone wasn’t cloned and it was all a joke.

This scene with Kameron is annoying to me – she’s smirking while she leaves the message, and I do find it humorous that she’s totally fine with LeeAnne playing jokes on other people (that’s not actually a joke), but she’s offended by a dildo and a k-cup. I mean 🤷🏼‍♀️ Steph wants Brandi to talk to Kam about the voicemail and get to the bottom of it. Both girls agree that Kameron has blind loyalty to LeeAnne, and she will never disagree with her. I really like when Steph says that just because you always agree with someone doesn’t make you a good friend, it makes you a good doormat. She also points out that she believes Kameron feels like LeeAnne is her safety net.

“I was always told not to go to Foam Parties because they’re really dirty and you can get diseases.” Ooookay Kameron. Despite Kam clearly annoying me, I will say, she pulled off a great Cher Horowitz. I will always give credit where credit is due – and this Clueless look is fabulous. I do think this scene is a little weird. LeeAnne comes over, and Kam tells her she isn’t ready and needs to wash her hair. (I agree with LeeAnne, why would you wash your hair to go to a foam party? Dry shampoo girl!) Kam insists she has to wash it, but she shows LeeAnne her Cher outfit first. LeeAnne loves it and wants to be “Twins”, so while Kam is washing her hair LeeAnne goes to the vintage store that Kameron bought the outfit from so they can match. When I saw the previews, I thought they chose beforehand to match. I’m not even sure why this is so weird to me, but it’s just not sitting well.

The girls are on their way to the party. D’Andra is with Jeremy, and they chat with Mama Dee on the phone for a little while. I really love Jeremy & D’Andra’s relationship – he’s so supportive, it’s very sweet.

Kameron and LeeAnne are coming together, and their conversations never seem to be about anything other than Brandi. I’m really over it, honestly. “We’re like the mean girls entering the party.” You said it, Kam. Kam goes on to say that they’re just going to be positive and they won’t let anyone say anything mean about them. LeeAnne immediately says, “I think I’m gonna lose my cool.” At this point I’m unsure why LeeAnne is even bothering to go to the party. She’s anticipating some kind of argument, so why bother? We learn in Kam’s confessional that she thinks D’Andra and Brandi have gotten away with way more than LeeAnne ever has behavior wise. Not only do I disagree with this statement, but I don’t even know what the fuck Kameron is talking about. What has Brandi or D’Andra done? Then, Kameron turns to LeeAnne and says, “Brandi never stops talking about being a cheerleader. I mean I love her but I think there’s more to her.” (One of them mentioned that Brandi was dressed as a cheerleader.). Keep stirring that pot, Kam. Get your friend all riled up right before you enter the party.

The party is in full swing. I’m literally LOLing at Steph when she sees Cary – “She bought Converse sneakers and thinks it’s a costume.” LMAO. Also really love seeing Callie-Roo running around, so random but so fitting! D’Andra shares her good news with Brandi, Steph & Cary and they’re all very happy for her, and share a nice moment. LeeAnne and Kameron have finally arrived, and I will say, I do think D’Andra is on point when she said that LeeAnne is up Kam’s ass.

Steph confronts LeeAnne immediately about PhoneGate/CloneGate, whatever the hell we are calling it (and still talking about!). LeeAnne tried to explain herself, but Steph clearly isn’t buying what LeeAnne is selling. Her face says it all. LeeAnne says she wanted Brandi to feel the torture she felt when she thought her phone was missing, and admits that what she did was “tit for tat.”

Meanwhile, Brandi is confronting Kameron about her voicemail. “Am I in trouble? Is my hair flat?” Cary’s eye roll at this question is the best. Kameron tells Brandi she doesn’t think that she took LeeAnne’s phone, but can understand why LeeAnne thinks that. Brandi is getting more and more pissed off, and tells Kameron to use her brain. Kameron isn’t happy after being told that, and she tells Brandi that when LeeAnne defends herself she takes it to the next level.

Steph and LeeAnne are still trying to clear things up, and LeeAnne admits to Steph that she never cloned Brandi’s phone, that it was a joke. Steph says, “No, it was a lie.” Which LeeAnne disagrees with. I was so proud of Steph here for holding her ground and not backing down from how she felt.

D’Andra joins Brandi and Kamerons convo, and Brandi is just telling Kameron that the reason she is done with LeeAnne is because she always takes it to the next level. I’m not sure what D says/does, but Kam looks over at her and says, “I’m getting the impression D’Andra that you’re done with her too?” D’Andra’s answer was classy and perfect. “I’m done with the lying. I’ve had it up to here.”

Stephanie isn’t getting through to LeeAnne like she had hoped she would, so she really thinks that she should talk with Brandi. (Steph has the best intentions, but I see “Bad Idea” written all over this.)

They start talking, and Brandi tells LeeAnne she never stole her phone. LeeAnne doesn’t believe her. Cary chimes in and says that they both don’t trust each other. Brandi says that she doesn’t lie, and LeeAnne says she doesn’t lie either. This pisses Brandi off, because LeeAnne did lie about cloning the phone. This, for some reason, prompts LeeAnne to bring up Brandi calling her “The Wicked Witch of the West.”, to which Brandi simply replies, “I never said West.” LeeAnne says she still called her a witch/bitch something, and that’s when Brandi becomes even more annoyed. “LeeAnne, you called me an alcoholic.”

LeeAnne says she never called her an alcoholic. (This is just ridiculous, we all heard and saw it.) Cary finally steps in and is like, “I’m pretty sure you called her an alcoholic, and if you didn’t use those words you inferred it.” LeeAnne says that’s totally different, and Cary disagrees. (As do I.)

D’Andra brings up how LeeAnne told Mama Dee that she was an alcoholic, to which LeeAnne replies with, “No I said I thought you were drinking a lot.” D’Andra tells us this is not what Mama Dee said, and LeeAnne says she will take it up with Mama Dee then.

This conversation is pushing Brandi to her breaking point. She asks LeeAnne why she thinks she can just go around saying things like that, and tells LeeAnne that she thinks that she’s better than all of them.

Brandi gets in LeeAnne’s face, and LeeAnne does put her hands on Brandi. Brandi steps back saying, “Hey, who touched who!?”

Brandi is completely bullshit at this point and tells LeeAnne, “I’ve been friends with Travis Hollman for 20 years, get the fuck out!” And this is when things turn….scary? I don’t even know what word to use.

LeeAnne completely loses her shit, and I’m sorry, she literally looked possessed when she was coming for Brandi in that moment. Steph is holding Brandi back, and Cary is trying to get LeeAnne away from her and talk her off the ledge. I feel like LeeAnne didn’t even hear Cary at one point -it was like a demon overtook her body. (I’m not being a sarcastic bitch, she seriously looked out of it.) The girl’s finally separate, and I am so annoyed that when Cary is telling LeeAnne to stop it, all she is worried about is that Cary isn’t telling Brandi to stop, too. “What about her!?” Stop worrying about everyone else and worry about yourself and your actions.

LeeAnne sits at a table by herself, talking to herself about how ridiculous Brandi is, crying to make herself seem like the victim. Cary and LeeAnne join her, and I’m becoming frustrated with Cary. She thinks Brandi provoked LeeAnne, and obviously Kameron agrees. LeeAnne is on the ground at one point crying that she’s alone, and am I seeing things or did Cary dump her drink out on her? Wtf is going on right now?

Steph is taking to D’Andra and Brandi, and she tells them she feels like she should go over to the table with the other girls, in support of Brandi. I didn’t understand this scene – maybe I missed something. Brandi tells us in her confessional that Steph feels caught in the middle because it’s her party, but Brandi doesn’t think she should feel that way because she’s her best friend. I didn’t get the vibe that Steph felt in the middle, she clearly had Brandi’s back during the entire altercation.

Steph does go over, and LeeAnne apologizes to her and tells her she will leave if she wants her to, and Steph says she absolutely does not have to leave.

Brandi and D’Andra are still talking, and D’Andra mentions LeeAnne’s “personality change” and how it was scary. I agree. We all saw it, and it really was frightening. Not even in a way like, “OMG, I’m scared of LeeAnne!” More like it’s concern for hey mental state and well being. We also learn from D’Andra that at this point in her life she doesn’t want to be around LeeAnne’s darkness, but enjoys being around Brandi and her lightheartedness and fun personality.

D’Andra and Brandi go off to do a keg stand, and Steph, Cary, LeeAnne and Kameron go in the foam pit.

I can’t believe we are the end of Season 3! Steph tells us that she feels empowered this season. She says life isn’t about loyalty, it’s about being real. She just wants to be authentic, and I think she did an amazing job of that this season. Steph has definitely come into her own and has found her own voice.

I’m not going to get into all of the little blurbs they tell us at the end about the girls and where they are now, because I know we will touch on that in the reunion next week. But I will say that seeing that Bruin is now legally a Redmond truly made my night! Yay Brandi! I am beyond happy for you and your family. That’s the most amazing news ever.

So sad to say farewell to Season 3, but I’m sure our favorite ladies will be back in Season 4, ready to go. I’ll be blogging about the reunion, so I’ll see you all next week! Oh, and if you’re a Vanderpump Rules fan, it’s back on December 3rd, and I would love for you to check out my recaps and thoughts!

Cheers to a crazy season!


Before we get into this week – can I just say that I am so not ready for next week to be the finale!? We have so much left unresolved!! Ugh. 🤦🏼‍♀️

We are right back where we left off – in Copenhagen, at the most awkward dinner ever. Brandi has called everyone out, saying that she doesn’t think any of the girls trust LeeAnne. Cary chimes in, admitting that she’s currently working on her trust with LeeAnne. Brandi then goes on to say that she thinks it’s bullshit that LeeAnne talks about Brandi behind her back. For Kameron to say that LeeAnne doesn’t talk about Brandi is 1.) a lie, and for her to also say it’s an “insecurity” on Brandi’s end is 2.) complete bullshit. Brandi is pissed and tells LeeAnne that she despises her. She goes on to call out Kameron, saying that Kam tiptoes around LeeAnne, and Kam disagrees, telling the girls that she trusts LeeAnne. Seeing LeeAnne bring Steph into it was unsettling to watch. I do feel as though that was a calculated move on LeeAnne’s end. “Do you think Stephanie is lying to you when she says she’s starting to trust me?” Clearly this is going to cause a rift. Poor Steph looks so uncomfortable. And this is just setting Brandi up to flip out.

“I do feel like all of you are being a bunch of fake bitches.” Everyone is stunned at Brandi’s words, and she leaves the restaurant. Stephanie is very upset when Brandi leaves, and she tells the girls she has to go. She expresses that she feels bad, that she understands why Brandi feels hurt and she doesn’t feel right not having her back. D’Andra tells Steph that she gets it, that she feels like they’re both in the middle, and Cary agrees that they’re basically all in the middle because they are friends. Steph tells us in her confessional that she does think they are all kind of being fake bitches. Steph doesn’t think it’s okay that LeeAnne called Brandi an alcoholic, but she doesn’t want to call her out on it because she doesn’t want conflict.

LeeAnne tells Steph that she would never want to put her in the middle. Stephanie comes clean to LeeAnne and gives her credit because her delivery is a lot calmer, but she has to stop with the low blows, that it’s not okay. L’s response? “When I’m hurting I cut you off at the ankles and I want you to try and crawl away while you’re bleeding.” I think all of our faces were Cary & D’Andra’s faces at that moment. Like what?

Brandi is at another bar down the street, and she tries calling Steph, not knowing Steph left her phone at the hotel. Brandi calls D’Andra next and asks if she will meet her, and D’Andra agrees. D’Andra and Steph leave to go meet Brandi, leaving LeeAnne, Cary and Kameron still at the table. LeeAnne is pissed that D’Andra has gone with Brandi – she tells us in her confessional, “Choice made.” On one hand, I understand LeeAnne being hurt that D’Andra has left, but on the other, their friendship has been so rocky, and she’s formed a solid friendship with Brandi. I feel like if Kameron was to storm out, LeeAnne would 100% go after her. So I don’t think it’s fair for her to be mad about this.

Brandi, D’Andra and Steph are together, and Brandi tells us she felt betrayed. D’Andra expresses that she was hurt by the “fake bitches” comment because she and Brandi have come so far in their friendship, and she explains that she feels like herself and Stephanie are stuck in the middle. Steph totally understands why Brandi feels hurt. Brandi feels like everyone just kind of glossed over the alcoholic comment, which I agree with.

We are back in Dallas, and Kam is over at Cary’s house. The girls talk about the trip, and it’s so annoying to see Kam saying how “scary” D’Andra was. Eye roll. Cary asks how they are now and Kam says good, but D’Andra is on friend probation. I seriously can’t. That’s not the end of it, though. Apparently more drama went down in Copenhagen that we, the viewers, didn’t get to see. Apparently LeeAnne’s phone went missing for like two hours. Brandi apparently found it in the couch cushions of the bar they were at, and she brought it back up to her. This made LeeAnne think Brandi stole her phone. Both Cary and Kameron state that they don’t believe Brandi stole her phone.

Meanwhile, Steph and Brandi are on a walk with Bruin (he’s so cute!) and they’re also talking about the phone. I am LOLing at B – “If I was really going to do something with your phone I would’ve flushed it down the toilet.” LMAO.

Kameron tells Cary that LeeAnne told her she “cloned Brandi’s phone.” Cary doesn’t understand how that would be possible, and Kam says something about how their phones were next to each other and LeeAnne has some kind of software that could clone the data. Cary thinks this is outrageous and says that it’s “CSI on crack.” Agreed. When we switch back over to Brandi and Steph, we also learn that Steph doesn’t believe the phone is cloned. Brandi is feeling weary, which is understandable – it’s her phone, after all. Kameron is totally stirring the pot, and she tells Cary that they should just ask LeeAnne if she did it. Why do I feel like this is a setup?

Cary has a nice scene with her parents, and Kameron has a convo with Court about juggling Sparkle Dog/Girls Trips/Mom Life, and I don’t even want to go down that road. Basically Kam decides she wants a business partner because she had 80 emails when she got back from Copenhagen. Christ, I have 80 emails if I leave the office for 2 hours. Spare me.

The day of the fashion show has arrived! Steph can’t make it because it’s Travis’s birthday, but she sends flowers and a very sweet card to LeeAnne, that LeeAnne definitely appreciates. Cary and D’Andra are getting glammed up together, and they talk about “cellphone gate” as D calls it. They call Brandi and learn she wasn’t invited to L’s show, which I don’t find surprising in the least. It would be weirder to me if Brandi got an invite, honestly. Cary tells D’Andra what Kam said about the “friend probation” and D is pissed. Cary thinks she’s being dramatic, but I don’t. I think Kameron is being so condescending and treating D’Andra like she’s one of her children. It’s bullshit. You either forgive someone or you don’t.

Over at Brandi’s, she’s FaceTiming with her Mom and she fills her in on the cell phone clone thing. Brandi’s mom thinks LeeAnne is “full of shit” and I’m dying at Brinkley – “she always is.” 😂

After the show, the girls are all talking, and Kam is stirring the pot so bad. LeeAnne comes over to the group, and her and D’Andra start chatting, and she’s immediately such a bitch to her. It’s clear that she’s holding a grudge from Copenhagen – but it’s like, enough already. Why bother holding a grudge? Let it go, or let the friendship go. This is all becoming a little bit ridiculous. To me, D’Andra is really making an effort here, and LeeAnne is shutting her down. It’s frustrating. The girls bring up the cloning of the phone, and the truth comes out. “I didn’t clone her phone, that was bullshit.”

D’Andra and Cary agree that it wasn’t nice of LeeAnne to pretend that she did clone Brandi’s phone, and LeeAnne says, “Don’t steal my fucking phone!” Kameron starts to agree with her, and I’m loving Cary putting her right in her place. “You agreed with me yesterday that you don’t think Brandi stole her phone.” Kam tries to flip flop, saying she goes both ways, but that’s the beauty of capturing it on film – we all heard you say it. LeeAnne is also saying that Brandi deserved it, and it made her happy that she was worried. I’m sorry – how old are we? This is how I used to act in middle school, to be honest. This is so damn petty. Also, LeeAnne keeps harping on the fact that everyone always thinks she’s wrong and that no one seems to call out Brandi’s behavior, and I think it’s time for LeeAnne to take responsibility for her actions. You assumed Brandi stole your phone – you have no proof of that. You went out of your way to make Brandi think you had all of her personal information – you even told D’Andra that you had Rich help you clone it. You did that with the intent to get some sort of reaction out of Brandi. So own it. Stop worrying about Brandi’s actions and worry about your own.

I’m struggling to stay neutral with Kam and LeeAnne right now. I think LeeAnne is hurting and is acting out, and for some reason Kameron is literally her puppet. She will nod and agree with whatever LeeAnne says, and we have seen her lie more than once to protect L. I agree with Cary – “Girl, Mirror.” D’Andra also thinks the phone gate situation is super petty, and she tells us, “If you’re going back to your old habits you’re not changing.” I have seen a change in LeeAnne for sure, and I’m being 100% genuine about that. I’m just not here for the childish antics that seem to be going on. It’s just not important or worth it in the grand scheme of things.

One more episode – Steph’s throwing Travis a frat party before he goes to Harvard (LOL I love it) and then it’s onto the reunion.