Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Why Was Kim Richards Acting 'Whackadoodle'?
Kyle Richards worries her sister has been drinking, which upsets Kim and leads to Kyle being shoved by Brandi Glanville
Things got off to shaky start at a spa day Kyle Richards organized.
“I would never want to put my sister in that position,” said Kyle, who apologized profusely to her “strong” sister, before Kim left, saying, “It was a little awkward to sit at the bar while you all taste wine I don’t want to make myself vulnerable.”
But in the limo ride to Davidson’s party, Lisa Rinna voiced concern about Kim’s behavior.
“You seem pissy,” Lisa said to an aggressive, cursing Richards.
“I’m just ornery.”
“Are you drinking?” Rinna asked.
“Are you still sober?” Rinna continued, adding, “I’ve only seen Kim really clear, and she is f—ed up … It’s whackadoodle time.”
When a conversation about Kim reviving her acting career turned into what could have been seen as either a confrontation or an uncomfortable improv exercise, Rinna – who later stated that Kim had “pulled it together” – continued, “I think we’re playing a game, but I want to get out of the car and run.”
Kyle, however, was still worried about her sister’s odd behavior at the party, stating, “Kim does not seem like herself. I’ve been down this road before.”
When Kyle went to the bathroom, Kim followed.
“It looks like you’re drinking,” Kyle whispered.
“I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, I don’t do drugs I don’t have anything to hide,” said Kim, who admitted she had taken a pill prescribed by her doctor to help deal with the anxiety and pain surrounding her ex-husband’s cancer battle.
When Kim told BFF Glanville, “Kyle just made me feel so uncomfortable,” with her comments, Glanville replied, “No one knows what you’re under … I get it.”
When Kim decided to leave early and Glanville walked her out, Kyle attempted to grab her sister, who said, “Stay away from me.”
As Glanville shielded Kim, Kyle grabbed her, before Glanville pushed her back.
“Don’t you f–––ing touch me,” Glanville told Kyle.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesday (9 p.m. ET) on Bravo.