‘RHOBH’ Eileen Davidson Is Pissed Dorit Kemsley & PK Remarked About The Loss of Her Mother: ‘Who Is Anyone To Judge’

Posted on Jan 5 2017 - 5:56am by Terri L. Austin

Eileen Davidson has had a tough year, no question about it. Losing six people in a year takes its toll. But losing her mother — and according to Eileen, her best friend — must have been the most difficult loss of all.

On the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, Eileen decided not to share the loss of her mother before the reunion. In her blog this week, she sticks by that choice, calling it an act of survival.

“Once and for all: I lost my mother in March. This was months after all the issues with Lisa V. happened. The next day, I worked Y&R. I chose not to tell anyone there because that was the only way I could do my job. It was pure survival.”

Eileen wanted to discuss all that had gone down with the women last year without holding back. Mainly, she wanted her 902nd apology from Lisa Vanderpump, who probably would have given it happily had she known Eileen suffered such a devastating loss.

“We all had a lot of issues that needed to be talked through. I knew it would rob everyone of their ability to be honest with me if they were all walking on eggshells.”

Then there was the fact that Eileen’s grief was very close to the surface. This season, she said she was rather embarrassed by it and the fact that she’d had so much turmoil in her life over the last year.

“More over, I couldn’t even talk about my mother without breaking down. The best — and really the only — decision was that if I was going to be at the reunion, I was not going to discuss what had happened until I was ready.”

On the latest RHOBH episode, PK and Dorit Kemsley threw a dinner party. Lisa Rinna mentioned she’d lost her father. PK, in his own ham-fisted way, tried to validate her feelings — but it got a little lost in translation, and Rinna didn’t appreciate it. Then Rinna brought up the fact that Eileen had lost her mother, but kept it from everyone. PK and Dorit thought that was a little unfair to everyone, who would have cut her some slack had they known.

When she found out, Eileen was angry and felt she had to confront Dorit.

“I would have happily explained this to Dorit, PK, or anyone who asked. When Lisa R. informed me that this had been brought up at dinner, I wanted to get to the bottom of it with Dorit. But Dorit said she didn’t remember. But now I know it was talked about.”

That last sentence sounds just a tad paranoid, and here’s my problem. Why does Eileen give a shit? She doesn’t know these people. She doesn’t have to explain herself to them.

“When Lisa R. informed me that this had been brought up at dinner, I wanted to get to the bottom of it with Dorit. But Dorit said she didn’t remember. But now I know it was talked about. And there were some very strong opinions regarding myself and Lisa R. going around. Who is anyone to judge how I chose to handle the loss of my mother? Especially two people who I hardly know, and don’t have the all facts?”

Still, you know Andy Cohen is going to ask her about it on the reunion or Watch What Happens Live. Eileen seemed obsessed with the fact that the newcomers were talking about her. But isn’t that the whole point of this show? Everyone talks about everyone and shares their opinions freely — and then usually backtracks and apologizes later. Or not. (I’m giving you a saucy wink, Lisa Vanderpump!)

Eileen’s first meeting with Dorit was a flop. Dorit pretty much shut Eileen’s ire down once she admitted she didn’t even remember Eileen being mentioned at the dinner party. That took the wind out Eileen’s sails.

At a lunch at Camille Grammer’s house, Eileen and Erika Girardi snarked at Dorit. And Dorit bit right back. I thought was kind of entertaining, watching Eileen remain speechless for all of two seconds.

So, was Eileen right to address Dorit’s remarks? And was Dorit right to shut Eileen up as she tried to talk to Erika? What are your thoughts?

 

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  • BeckyGrey

    Dorit wanted to address Ericka because she was saying the bottom line of what Eileen couldn’t seem to relay. It was like “shut up Eileen, when I asked you what you were talking about you couldn’t verbalize it to me…Let me hear what Ericka is saying”.

    • bjeans1

      Rinna and Eirka needs to stfu, I’m really tired of when some one talking to Eileen these two have to jump in and talk for her, let her put her big girl panties on (oh sorry she wants to be Eirka so bad she probably isn’t wearing any) and talk for her self.

  • JustSayin

    I really hate when people say “Who are you to judge?” – um, I’m a human being with a functioning brain, that’s who.

    The definition of judge is to “form an opinion or conclusion about.” We do that every day, in everything we do, and people who want to act like that’s a bad thing are just idiots and are encouraging everyone else to join them in their idiocy. “Don’t judge” is the same as saying “don’t think for yourself – just believe whatever I say.”

    • the underground train

      You have judgy eyes, lol

    • jane

      I can see where you are coming from and you do make a point. I think we humans have a tendency of being judgemental in just about everything and everyone, whether it be right or wrong. But when it comes to someone who is grieving, I say back off from that person and let them do whatever it is that gets them through such a terrible time. When I lost my mother, not 6 weeks in, someone who I really depended on said to me “Don’t you think it’s time to get over this!” Whoa!! It has been several years now, and I am still not over it. She was my rock and I am just starting to get my footing again. Grief is so personal and that state of being deserves the utmost respect without judgement.

  • Sandy Wood

    Eileen is certainly entitled to deal with her grief in any way she sees fit. She is however directing her indignation at the wrong people.
    It was Rinna who made the topic dinner party conversation and then turned around and relayed everyone’s reaction. This may be a valid case for “shoot the messenger”.

    • Wishmich

      I agree. What was the point of Rinna even talking about it? And why did she have to run and text Eileen? I guess it just goes to show that around Rinna you can’t have a discussion without it turning into a tsumami. They would have been better off talking to the boring poetic publicist Elliot Mintz. Rinna’s a shit stirrer and blabber (usually looking for sympathy or validation) and Eileen argues for the sake of arguing.

      • bjeans1

        They both needed to have a story line this year.

        • Jenkins190

          Eileen needs to go. She is such a “S” stirrer and she is always so contrary. She is boring, uninteresting, has nothing, and I mean nothing going on. Every time she does get any camera time, she spends it gossiping, back-stabbing, winding others up, and then interjecting herself into the argument and trying to nail others to the wall. Eileen is the “bad seed”. Just get rid of her once and for all.

    • margaret

      Love the your “shoot the messenger” idea! YES!!! How do you come up with this stuff first thing in the morning? Impressive. 🙂

      • Sandy Wood

        TY margaret, the secret is lottsajava.

        • margaret

          How many pots of it do you have exactly??? 😉

        • MidwestMiddie

          : )

    • BeckyGrey

      lol…

    • nvrbl

      PK and Dorit said that it was “unfair” of Eileen to not share losing her mother. Unfair to who?

      • Sandy Wood

        Given that PK and Dorit didn’t even know Eileen at the time of her loss, he couldn’t have meant it was unfair to them.
        The only thing I see as unfair is Rinna choosing to share Eileen’s losses to a table of people who didn’t have any involvement.

        • chacha1

          Yes, that is how I see it also

  • BetteDavisEyez1

    If Eileen doesn’t want this discussed, why isn’t she angry at Rinna for bringing it up?!? Dorit & her husband had no idea Rinna or Eileen’s situation until Rinna flapped her fat lips.

    • margaret

      Absolutely Bette. Soapy and Sudsy are conveniently ignoring that fact. Eileen needs to hold Rinna accountable for her part in these messes once in awhile. Did she watch the same convo we did?

      • BetteDavisEyez1

        They are treating Dorit like LVP 2.0 because they know they can’t continue with their shenanigans from last season.
        When they claim to be moving on, they clearly mean moving on to their next target.

        • margaret

          LOLOL. Clearly! 🙂

  • Magdalena

    I understand what PK tried to say and I do agree with him. Eileen did not have to disclose her mother died….but if that was her decision it is wrong to come back later and make it such a big deal and claim some kind of victim/hero status. It would have been fair for the others to know what happened. If my mother had just died, I would not have been at the reunion at all. Those silly reality TV games are so unimportant when you look at the really importantly things in life. Priorities!

    • the underground train

      I don’t think Eileen tried to make a big thing about it. It was Lesser Lisa who brought it up to PK and Dorit. Actually I feel that Whineleen should direct some of her ire at Lesser Lisa for bringing up her mother’s death in the first place.

      • Oh Snarky Me

        Thank you! Lipsa had no right to tell that type of extremely personal business.

  • PCpolice

    Really BH? Has it come down to a pair of underwear and a whining Eilleen? Oye

    • MidwestMiddie

      “That’s Entertainment —– Bravo Style”

  • Sugar in my tank

    Lawdy, I am so disappointed at this show. I am soooo at a loss of nice words to say. PK and Doritos are idiots. Who judges how someone decides to handle their grief? See in life people have friends who may be good to you but may not be good to others. LVP is their friend and she is a good friend to them but that may not be the case for others. This perverted creep doesn’t have the right to even comment about someone’s grief who wasn’t present to defend themself let alone to stand in judgment. As for Doritos, she is a liar because she knew exactly what Eileen was addressing unless she was pissy drunk and blacked out..hopefully this will be their first and last season.

    • They did not say how ED should have grieved. They only said if she had told her friends people would have been kinder to her or have acted better towards her because of her loss. Plus they were drunk and you could tell they were hearing the conversation like the losses had happened during the fight rater than after. Also, Rinna was talking about herself and how the loss had changed her and somehow dragged ED and LVP into the conversation but it was like a 1 minute mention of ED in that log conversation. Dorit said the dinner lasted 6 hours and as the topic was not about ED but about Rinna I can understand why she was confused by Eileen. Plus she looked drunk at that party.

      • Sugar in my tank

        Ummmm, I heard what they both said and my comment stands because both Pk and his wife cosigned on how someone supposed to feel/react whatever. As for Doritos being confused, I call bullsh*t. Her confusion was convenient and her husband is a passive aggressive jack ass who has no respect for his wife..

        • Snarky gal

          I love you Sugar and I guess in this case I am a judgemental ass because I just do not het how her mom, her best friend dies, and she goes to work and then to film the reunion

          I think the reunion was more important to her than grieving she had a pathological need to prove herself right and put that before what most normal people would have done if their mom had just died which would not have been go argue with a bunch of women

          • Sugar in my tank

            Hey Snarky..see we all grieve differently. She is an actress and they learn to compartmentalize. It may be easier to go to work and not cry or be saddened than to stay at home and run through the house uncontrollably crying..if she lost that many people, she processes loss very differently and is probably numb..I just draw issue when people say how “you” should deal…

          • jane

            I agree with you Sugar. I have had a lot of loss in the last few years; my cousin, my best friend, a childhood friend, my husband’s cousin, my mom’s twin sister, my dog (yes, she was my Baby for 14 years) and the worst, my mother. No one and I mean no one can tell anyone else what to do and how to do it when dealing with grief. It is such a personal and individual emotion and state of being. There should never be any judgement made of anyone going through such heartache. It’s ALL about whatever gets you through the day, whether it be crawl into your bed or go to work or tell everyone who will listen or keep everything internal and silent. I’m not a fan of Eileen but I have great empathy for suffering the recent losses in her life.

          • Snarky gal

            I will have to accept that Sugar 😊 Love your comments you are one of my favs to read on here !

          • Sugar in my tank

            Thanks, that’s sweet of you to say..

          • nvrbl

            The sad thing is that Eileen would have been attacked for telling or not telling. She is essentially being attacked for losing her mom.

          • HankyPanky

            You nailed it, it’s sad

          • Jenkins190

            I totally agree with you, and you are not an ass for calling Whineleen out for being negatively motivated and manipulative. You hit the nail right on the head. She does this all to herself, because she is too boring for anyone to really pay any attention to her for any positive reasons. Her husband and children have no respect for her either.

        • I just think if you are going to bring up a topic especially involving good friends then you can expect people to have an opinion or judge. We all judge and have opinions. Plus he was completely sloshed. I am still confused as to why Rinna brought up the fight topic at a dinner where 99% of the attendees had nothing to do with house wives!

          • Sugar in my tank

            Yes you are correct in that good friends defend but he wasn’t there last year when the Lisa’s were at it. Furthermore, I don’t think judging someone’s grief is ever appropriate, but that’s me. As for them being drunk, that’s not a justification for anything..

          • nvrbl

            They are always wasted. Good thing they have nannies.

    • Oh Snarky Me

      Why is it PK gets labeled a pervert and a creep but Erica gets a pass for publicly showing her hoo ha? Shouldn’t she get the same labels?

      • Sugar in my tank

        Should a married man who told his wife he enjoyed staring at another woman’s cooch “IN FRONT” of her be labeled a pervert? Yes. Should Erika be labeled a pervert for not wearing panties? No..

      • chacha1

        Exactly, Erika got what she wanted and that was attention .. she is a total sleezebag

  • Elle

    I am so over Cryleen! She is always completely over analyzing every single word in every single conversation anyone has with her or about her. She needs to save her stupid and invalid theatrics for her time on Y&R only. I am elated that Dorit is not backing down to Eileen or Erica.

  • becky webb

    How did “you could have told people” get switched to telling someone how she is to grieve? Eileen always makes these pejorative insinuations about every thing people say. She is an omniscient narrator I guess And then she plays victim These peope are completely unreasonable.

    • MidwestMiddie

      Unreasonable and Unwatchable.

    • nvrbl

      He said that it was unfair of Eileen to not share her mother’s death. Unfair to whom?

      • becky webb

        I think it was the idea that Eileen would know how other people would react, without giving them a chance, that was unfair. She thinks the worst of most people.

        • nvrbl

          She obviously was not ready to share it.

          • becky webb

            She told Lisa R.

          • nvrbl

            That is entirely up to Eileen who she she shares it with and when she shares it. So who were they saying it is unfair to? Not them, they were not there, not Rinna, not Erika, let me guess, LVP is once more a freaking victim. Gag me.

          • becky webb

            She wanted to share, just not with Them, I guess. It is her prerogative, totally.

        • nvrbl

          Had she shared it she would have been accused of hijacking the reunion, so Eileen was going to get attacked either way for losing her mother.

        • nvrbl

          No, she was unable to discuss it so soon, as anyone would be, and she did not want to hijack the reunion. Eileen would have been attacked for telling, she is being attacked for not telling. Clearly, Eileen will get attacked for losing her mother whatever she does. Nice people.

          • Jenkins190

            Whineleen set the situation up so that she could play her Victim role. She should have just stayed home. We have zero patience for Whineleen or her uninteresting little piddly dramas. She doesn’t fool us. There are no scenes where she isn’t stirring some pot, winding someone up, back stabbing, or insiting a riot and then leading the attack. Vile female. Her life is a total snooze without someone writing a script. I just turn the channel when she is featured, but I hate how she mixes at gatherings. Please exchange her.

  • Jennymckitty

    Only Eileen could turn a two minute conversation where no one said anything negative into an ordeal which will undoubtably require numerous apologies until the wording meets Eileen’s exacting standards. I wonder what pisses her off most….that Dorit and PK each made a one sentence comment after Rinna described Eileen’s selflessness and heroism in dealing with her mother’s death or that the story made such a small impact that Dorit forgot about it? Perhaps I’ve blocked some parts of the disaster that was last year’s reunion, but was Eileen ever in the hot seat? She’d sucked up to everyone save LVP so she had to know she was fairly safe from any negative statements. How would her mom’s death being made public effected what anyone had to say to her. It sounds more like she didn’t want to talk about it to keep herself from becoming an emotional mess rather than spare other’s feelings. I know the last thing I’d want to do is talk about a very recent death of a loved one with Andy.

    • Sandy Wood

      Eileen should have a t-shirt made “I Survived 6 Family Deaths and all I Got Was Disrespectful Empathy”

      • Oh Snarky Me

        LMAO!!!

      • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

        … and I demand an apology!”

        • chacha1

          …. until I say it is said the right way

  • Darris

    I don’t like Dorit and I don’t like the fact Lisa told Eileen about their dinner convo because knowing her she probably embellished the scenario and got Eileen going.

  • nvrbl

    Who on earth says it is unfair to wait to tell people about her mother’s passing? Who TF are PK and Dorit to say such a thing?

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      No sheet … it was beyond rude. Rinna should have shut it down and said “is this what you invited me her for?, but hindsight is 20/20. It was an ambush … a subtle one, but an ambush nevertheless.

      • Kissme

        Rinna started the conversations and nobody said anything mean at all.

        • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

          Google the word PROPRIETY.

          • Kissme

            And? I think this is just everyone responding to what information they had at the time, no one was meaning any ill will.

    • laura

      People say all kinds of things why do Eileen and Rinna make such a big deal of it when they don’t value their opinion anyway why do they keep asking and bringing it up? Its was just their opinion? Why is Eileen insulted so easily I thought she was trying not to focus on trivial things. If it was a friend of mine and she didn’t tell me her mother died I would really wonder why? People want to support other people at that time so why is that opinion so out of line?

      • nvrbl

        When your friend’s mother dies it is not about you.

      • chacha1

        Exactly

      • nvrbl

        It is bizarre.

      • nvrbl

        Because when your friend’s mother dies, it is not about you. You should be supportive of your friend. If she wants to wait to tell you for whatever reason, you should respect whatever she has to do to get through it.

  • Snarky gal

    Maybe it is just me but if my mom had just died there would be no way I could be professional and go do my job and act on a soap or give a rats ass about a reunion

    When I lost my dad I could hardly function for months much less think about going on TV days after

    I know everyone grieves differently but to me she is an odd duck

    • Oh Snarky Me

      Look at the way her son spoke to her about losing her mother–he didn’t give a rip that his mom was grieving the loss of her own mother. Not a very nice family at all.

      • nvrbl

        Please do not go after the children.

      • JustSayin

        Her son seems to emulate his father in his attitude towards his mother.

        • nvrbl

          Please leave the kids alone.

  • Jennymckitty

    I wonder how Andy felt about Eileen not telling him that her mother had just died? He hates not knowing things and being left out of the loop.

  • Oh Snarky Me

    First of all, Rinna had no business whatsoever telling Eileen’s business like that. If Eileen wanted people to know that she had lost 6 people in one year then Eileen would tell them. I cannot believe that Rinna is getting a pass on that. There are certain things you just don’t do and that is one of them.

    I LOVED it when Dorit stared Whineleen right in the eye and said, “Really? I don’t remember” HaHaHaHa!! The look on Whiners face was awesome! It reminded me of LVP saying “She’s not important enough to hate”. Sorry Whiner, you aren’t even important enough for Dorit to recall convo about you!!

    I actually really enjoy Dorit and her husband. They are deliciously snarky little trouble makers (which is what I am sure they were hired to be) and they make it interesting. So much shade–I love it!

    • chacha1

      I love it too !!!! Rinna always throws the first rock then hides behind her lying skank waxed ass

    • Jenpink

      Yeah, that was funny! It threw Eileen off . 😂

  • Oh Snarky Me

    I just watched this episode last night and no one warned me about Whineileen’s hideous outfit in her scene with Vinnie Van Nobody (but he used to be a tennis star!!). OMG, what were those? Formal overalls? WTH? Who dresses this woman? Eileen needs to remember one very important fashion rule–if you wore it the first time it was in style then you are too old to wear it when it comes back in style decades later. No more overalls!

    • BigBrothersMother

      ITA! Just watched this episode and when I saw that scene all I could think was, “Doesn’t this woman own a full length mirror?” LOL!!!! What about those hats hanging on hooks in the background of her kitchen?

      • chacha1

        those are the hats she wears after she was on The Beverly Hillbillies …. Jedd Clampett wants his hats back Eileen

    • chacha1

      She probably bought it at Kyle’s store .. Kaftans and Overalls R Us

  • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

    I can kind of relate to how Sudsy feels. When I was dragged out of the closet kicking and screaming came out, there were some people who tried to make it about THEM. There have definitely been times (and still are) when I’ve wanted to say “this is MY challenge/battle, not yours (to judge) or make about you!”. PK and Dorito had no right to intervene or judge how and when a person grieves, but then again, that’s what they were brought on the show to do.

    • chacha1

      Then Rinna should have kept her pie hole shut ….. it was brought to the table and then discussed ….. and really who intervened ??? I do not see an opinion or comment being an intervention !

  • laura

    What PK and Dorit said was there take on that ( brought up by her buddy Rinna) and I kind think Eileen should of shared it and maybe people could of had a chance to come together and support her but for some bizarre reason she kept it to herself so thats her decision. But now its like she is looking for some kind of martyr award. PK and Dorit have a right to voice their opinion. ED, Rinna and Erika are a pack of mean girls and Erika feels free to take nasty little swipes as Dorit whenever she wants. Why did Eileen wait so long and now they are making sure everyones knows and has the correct reaction according to them. How can she use her mothers death this way? Why is she always playing the Martyr? No one wanted to interfere she obviously did’t want them too or she would of told people long ago but Rinna and Erika and Eileen keep bringing it up. Why would they talk to them about it now? Its a trap.

    • chacha1

      and yet another great comment ITA …. Eileen nails herself to the cross, by now you would think she would get tired of that Martyr act

    • criley

      Don’t forget to add Kyle to the MEAN girl mentality.. She just plays it on the side and encourages the fights. It would be a better show if the mean girl were gone.

    • nvrbl

      So Eileen should have told, Eileen should not have told. No matter what Eileen had done she would still be getting attacked for losing her mom. WTF?

  • nvrbl

    PK and Dorit said that it was unfair of Eileen to not share the loss of her mother. Unfair to whom? Don’t tell me this will be another “stab in the back” to LVP. Poor, poor LVP. I am so over LVP’s victim act.

    • TMonte

      You and me BOTH!

      • nvrbl

        How on earth is it unfair. You know if she had told people she would be accused of going for sympathy and hijacking the reunion.
        They would have attacked her either way, so in essence Eileen is being attacked because she lost her mother.

    • AnEnigmaWrappedIn$nark

      At least so far … she’s letting her paid minions “friends” do her dirty work as she just watches (in orgasmic delight) from afar. As Kyle noted, I don’t think LVP ever forgets … not ever.

  • Marsbars09

    Eileen is nothing but a mean, angry woman. Dorit & PK meant no harm in what they said about all the deaths in Eileen’s family.
    Eileen & Rinna are nothing but whiny b*tches who have to nitpick at people because, well, they’re whiny!

    • chacha1

      great comment ITA

      • MidwestMiddie

        Count me in ………… : )

  • chacha1

    Oh here we go again with this Malibu Slug Eileen…. always the victim, and Tommy Dead Salami called LVP an alligator? ….. HA !!!

  • JC

    Seems as if Erika and Elieen had a convo beforehand and waited for an opening to express their dislike of Dorits prior conversations about them. It seemed a passive-agressive way of getting back at Dorit. Everytime Dorit tried to explain herself they jumped down her throat, which put her on the defensive. Yes, Dorit seems to like everything all out in the open (no secrets). I hope she stops defending herself and just continues to shut them down. I believe they were trying to pay her back for perceived slights by putting her on the defensive. I hate the pack mentality Erika, Eileen and Lisa are bringing to the show. Its cowardly. What happened to confronting each other one on one?

    • nvrbl

      You think Dorit has no secrets? really?

      • JC

        In terms of putting all conflicts, misunderstandings or controversial comments made to, with or about other cast mates out in the open (so that everyone understands her perspective).

        • nvrbl

          PK and Dorit are totally counterfeit. Google Paul Kimsley.

          • JC

            you are probably right.

  • I agree with how Eileen handled the loss of her mom. I went the other way when my mother suddenly passed and as soon as I came back to work some jackass asked me how she died. I wasn’t ready for that, thought it was insensitive and I cried on the spot. I wish no one at work knew about. It would’ve been a lot easier to get on with my work day in peace. PK was being genuine for a while with Lisa then did a 180 on her out of no where. He’s a prick.

  • Lynn

    How about if Lisa R kept her mouth shut about Eileens’ business? Then there would have been no conversation to complain about.

  • RubyT

    too bad pk and dorit can’t just be nice without cutting anyone some slack because of death. says alot about their character. and lisa should have kept her mouth shut about anyone else’s business.

  • criley

    Why is affairleen not mad at Lisa for talking about it. I think ED and LR just conspire to stick together like gradeschool bullies! They need to go!

  • LuxLuxLux

    I agree with Cryleen for her reasons why she didn’t reveal at the reunion that her mother had passed away however the way the news was introduced to the show this season (Erika “what no one knew was…”) it seemed the intention was to cast her in a sympathetic light for the rest of the season.

    Rinna is a tit. The death of her father is kinda being used as an excuse because she doesn’t want to face up to what a prick she was last season. If she doesn’t want PK to think it’s unfair that the info was withheld only to be brought up after the fact in the context of the past arguments then don’t mention anyone dying! She could easily express sorrow or a desire to move on without mentioning that. I’m being harsh but on some level she was going for the sympathy vote for herself & Cryleen especially with the “lost 6 people in one year!!” comment which was not for her to discuss.

    No one was telling anyone how to grieve either! It never ceases to amaze me how certain people only hear what they want to hear.

    • nvrbl

      They said that it was “unfair’ that Eileen had not told the ladies before the rehearsal that her mom had died.
      LVP made it clear in her blog that PK was concerned that it was unfair to LVP.
      So the most important thing about Eileen losing her motherr is how it makes LVP look, and Eileen should have thought of LVP.
      I want to throw up.

  • JC

    I watched afterbuzz tv recapping this episode and they made “previously unthought of” good points regarding Dorit and Erika’s relationship. Afterbuzz intimated that Dorit has been taking subtle jabs at Erika while trying to appear innocent of any bad intent (just misunderstood). Now I’m wondering if this is indeed so, and if the verbal jabs just flew over my head. Thinking back over some of Dorit’s comments, it is possible she may have thrown shade and Erika was able to pick up on initial jealousy or distrust from another beautiful woman (hate to admit it but it does exists). I have a friend who’s beautiful and she once told me it was not always easy to develop friendships with other women as she was often met with initial distrust based solely upon her physical appearance. I may have taken Dorit’s comments at face value. A lot of Dorits ingenious comments toward Erika, if directed at me, would make me feel uncomfortable (especially coming from a near stranger). Now that I think about it Dorit’s comments on Erika’s clothing, age, personality and alter-ego seemed to be followed up with a back-handed compliment. Now I have to rewatch previous episodes and analyze body language and facial expressions. However it pans out, Dorit is making this season interesting.

  • Jenpink

    Eileen is always pissed…. Such a drama queen!

  • Jenkins190

    Cryleen, Whineleen…. LMAO! So true. Can she be replaced yet? Boring as a brick.