Lisa Vanderpump's attempt at a reconciliatory dinner turns into a war of words

By Wade Rouse
December 31, 2013 08:10 AM

Lisa Vanderpump’s attempt to mend fences between Brandi Glanville and Joyce Giraud with a reconciliatory dinner at Sur failed miserably on Monday’s The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, with the two nearly breaking bones instead of bread.

“There’s this whole one-up thing everything’s a competition,” Glanville said before the dinner. “She has to be the center of attention. It’s exhausting.”

Glanville, 40, attempted to reach out to Giraud, 38, by discussing common friends, but the former beauty queen wasn’t accepting her friendship bouquet.

“We have two mutual friends. They don’t speak highly of you,” said an irked Glanville, words that prompted a fight so loud that Vanderpump’s waitstaff couldn’t help but watch.

“You’re a racist, a bully,” responded Giraud, bringing up the inappropriate comments Glanville made on the show a few weeks ago. “That’s disgusting to me.”

“Talk to my ex-boyfriend,” Glanville responded. “He was black.”

“I tried to be a lady, but she’s made it impossible,” said Giraud, which forced hostess Vanderpump to plead, “Stop it! Stop!”

But it didn’t, as Giraud’s husband, producer Michael Ohoven, got involved in the fray to defend his wife.

“You live on planet trash,” he said to Glanville.

“Bring it, b––,” Glanville said to Ohoven. “Go back to wherever the f–– you’re from.”

Perhaps the two need to be taken to Carlton Gebbia’s new “burlesque room” for some discipline.

“When I first met [my husband], it was handcuffs, cat-of-nine-tails,” said Gebbia, who referenced her Fifty Shades of Grey playroom last week. “I want to have a room where I can be who I was when David first met me.”

Gebbia, 40, showed off her emerging, red-hot playroom, in which she was having her contractor install a stripper pole and build a stage “long enough if I have a friend to “.

Here, Gebbia paused, before searching for the appropriately “innocent” phrase to sum up her plans.

Dance with, we can.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Mondays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.