The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills “Rocky Mountain Highs and Lows,” Monday, September 19, 9 pm. In episode 3, Adrienne Maloof finds she’s forced to make some serious decisions that could move her NBA team, the Sacramento Kings, to a rival city and heads to Sacramento for what could be the team’s last home game (see previews, posted on the left.) She decides to bring along Kim Richards, who seems to be a little “off,” which leads to Adrienne questioning her sobriety and puts the focus on potential problems in Kim’s personal life. Also, Lisa VanderPump and hubby Ken Todd check out a new space that could make their West Hollywood restaurant Sur even bigger. Check out, Sur Restaurant and Bar: http://www.surrestaurantandbar.com/
And be sure to read The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills‘ first Bravo blogs of the season, along with the producer’s blog. The housewives discuss the latest episode and address the Russell Armstrong tragedy.
Lisa VanderPump Tethered Together Lisa explains her relationship with Taylor, Ken’s comments, and the trip to Colorado.
There are no words that can diminish the pain and devastation felt by the entire cast after the tragic death of Russell Armstrong. The unexpected shock thrust upon us just as we were reaching the finishing post of Season 2, the exhausting journey that we had muddled through, many times at odds with each other, but ultimately an unspoken, unanimous bond that tethered us together, as we navigated our way through the troubled waters of this really, real reality show. Read Blog
Kyle Richards Come Together Kyle discusses the bond she has with her fellow ‘Wives and hints at what’s to come.
I have missed writing my blogs and hearing your thoughts. As you all know, our cast has been through a very difficult time recently, especially Taylor. Seeing a friend go through something like this is incredibly painful. In Episode 1, we addressed the issue to give you a peek into what we have been feeling since Russell’s passing. This show was shot six months ago and so much has changed since then. Right now, the main concern is to be there for Taylor and Kennedy. One can never make sense of something like this. The only hope is that Taylor, Kennedy, and Russell’s two sons can heal and see that there is light at the end of the tunnel. Read Blog
Adrienne Maloof Planes, Trains, and Limousines Adrienne discusses the trip to Colorado, her dinner party, and making peace.
I know there has been a lot of debate in the media about whether or not the season should go on, and if so, then how much of Taylor and Russell’s struggle should be shown. I can only speak for myself when I say that I felt that out of the worst of situations, we had a chance to actually do something positive — and that’s to really confront and expose the epidemic of suicide. The more I learned about just how many people we lose each year to this tragic epidemic, the more convinced I became that we had to create awareness of how to talk about suicidal thoughts, how to reach out for help and how to prevent this from happening in the first place. Read Blog
Camille Grammer So Grateful Camille reflects on the better times in this episode and shares her condolences for Taylor.
This season has started with such a sense of sadness. The passing of Russell Armstrong has deeply affected all of us. It is still hard to comprehend and difficult to talk about. All I am comfortable expressing is my sincerest condolences for Taylor, Kennedy, and the rest of the Armstrong family. In the wake of this tragedy, I ask you to remember that this entire season was filmed months ago and long before this sad situation befell my friend Taylor. Read Blog
BH Producers Let’s Go to Colorado BH Producer Dave Rupel describes the techincal “toys” the crew used when hitting the slopes in Beaver Creek. Read Blog