“To stay relevant, I’ve had to reinvent myself over and over and over again,” said Rinna, who had lunch with her new, 25-year-old “hustler” agent. “I need someone who is working day and f—ing night.”
Added Rinna, joking only somewhat dryly about the infamous Depend commercial she did: “I got paid more money to do that than anything in my life. I was winking all the way to the bank. I don’t say no very much.”
Neither does Lisa Vanderpump – who spent the morning having shirts custom-made (hundreds of dollars) and the afternoon looking at pink sapphire rings (hundreds of thousands of dollars) – or Kyle Richards, who took a private plane to Lake Tahoe for a family vacation.
“My husband likes to fly private because he can’t stand going to the airport with all the kids,” said Richards. “When we were first married, we didn’t have any money This is a new thing for us.”
So was stalking, for Brandi Glanville and Richards.
The dippy duo went undercover in wigs, shades, cowboy hats and leopard-print scarves to stalk Glanville’s former boyfriend, who she suspected had been cheating on her.
“They won’t even know who we are,” said Richards, snapping a selfie before the two hit the streets. “I may look at this later and forget it was me.”
“Why am I in the bushes with Kim Richards?” asked Glanville, diving into a row of greenery.
“We successfully stalked him doing nothing with nobody,” deadpanned Glanville, after seeing him walking alone.
Turns out, she was ready to move on – with a 23-year-old mover.
“I feel like the biggest cougar on the planet right now,” she said as she settled into her new house. “I didn’t plan on sexually harassing my movers, but they were cute.”
Continued Glanville: “I like the energy the young ones have, and they don’t have to take little blue pills.”
“I have a child who’s 23,” said Richards. “This is a child.”
“I want to say I’m sorry for everything, and I regret what I said,” Glanville offered. “I had no intention of hurting your family. I have a temper, and it’s the worst thing about me.”
“I don’t hate you,” said Maloof. “You don’t think before you speak. I welcome your apology. It’s heartfelt.”
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.