‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Recap: Yolanda Foster Calls Lisa Rinna ‘Despicable,’ Criticizes Lisa Vanderpump

Please prepare your eyeballs because Bravo’s leading ladies dressed like “cheap hookers” (to quote Lisa Rinna) and attended a Moulin Rouge party during the Tuesday, February 2, episode of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. Totally normal thing for middle-aged women to do, right?

It goes without saying that Kyle Richards did the splits, but there was also some *drama* brewing between Lisa Vanderpump and Faye Resnick. Meanwhile, Lisa Rinna finally confronted Yolanda Foster about her alleged “Munchausen,” which went just about as awkwardly as you’d expect. 

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In other news, Erika Girardi gave cameras a tour of her “chapel,” which begs the question, Is Erika a religious deity, y/n?

Lisa Vanderpump Gets Her Shade On

Lisa Vanderpump: lover of tiny mutant ponies, fan of all things pink, epic holder of grudges. This queen bee had it in for Faye, and confronted Kyle about her during an awkward tea. “You know I have an issue with Faye Resnick,” Lisa said. “You could have said to me ‘I’m having a dinner, and Faye Resnick’s going to be there. I’m letting that orangutan out of its cage.'”

Kyle was taken aback by Lisa’s comments, saying, “That is really rude,” but Lisa didn’t back down. “I don’t like her,” she said. “If I invited Witchy-Poo, how would you feel?” *Note to everyone, “Witchy-Poo” = former Housewife Carlton Gebbia, who may or may not be House Slytherin.

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Yolanda Loses Her Cool

Yolanda is wiping the floor with her haters! The mother of two couldn’t believe her ears when Erika revealed that her fellow Housewives were questioning Bella and Anwar Hadid‘s Lyme disease diagnosis.

“Oh, my god — are you kidding? Did they say that?” Yolanda fumed. “That is insane. Lisa Vanderpump? Oh, my god — that is just shocking. It doesn’t bother me about me, but to say that about my children!”

Wondering if Erika felt bad for ratting everyone out? Not so much. “She has a right to know who’s talking about her kids,” she shrugged.

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Erika Girardi, Eileen Davidson, Kyle Richards, Yolanda H. Foster, Lisa Rinna, Lisa Vanderpump, Kathryn Edwards Michael Larsen/Andrew Eccles/Bravo/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images

Lisa and Yolanda Finally Throw Down

When it comes to questioning Yolanda’s illness, no one does it better than Lisa Rinna. But this week, the gossip-loving Housewife realized she’d crossed a line, and showed up at Yolanda’s apartment to apologize.

“Sometimes, I can be impulsive, a stupid asshole,” Lisa explained. “Somebody came to me with a word that I didn’t know what it meant, and thought this was what you had, called Munchausen. It’s when somebody says they’re sick, but they’re not.”

Yolanda seemed to accept Lisa’s eventual apology, but wasn’t so quick to forgive during her on-camera interviews. “Lisa Rinna talking about my illness behind my back is despicable — it’s really a doubt to my integrity as a woman,” Yolanda said. “Go and tell people I’m a bitch or whatever, but don’t stoop that low to discredit somebody’s disease. It’s an insult.”

Meanwhile, Lisa admitted, “I’m feeling like I’m the biggest piece of s–t on the planet that I would ever question, talk. Like, shoot me now.”

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O.J. Simpson at the Center of Tension

Lisa Vanderpump and Kyle threw a joint anniversary party to celebrate their respective marriages, and in the words of new Housewife Kathryn Edwards, “It’s like Halloween where all the sluts get a day pass, you know?”

Despite an abundance of good times, the night wasn’t without drama. Not only did Kathryn take issue with Erika using the C-word (to quote: “Don’t say it. It’s disgusting. You don’t talk like that.”), she brought up O.J. Simpson drama again.

Kathryn complained to Kyle that it was “incredibly distasteful” for Faye to “capitalize” on Nicole Brown Simpson‘s murder by writing a book about it, and Kyle immediately went on the defense. Not only did she put Kathryn in her place by saying, “That’s a really strong word,” she complained bitterly to cameras: “How does Kathryn have the balls to be speaking against my friend at my party that I invited her to? Shut the f–k up.”

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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs on Bravo on Tuesdays at 9 p.m. EST.

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