Pardon me while I rant, lol. Now where do I begin?
Let's just start with the fact that I was fairly happily watching last night and suddenly realized why I was not annoyed...Brandi had yet to make an appearance. I swear to God, this season that skank has ruined every single party they've had! She rolls up in there with her trashy friend Jen, and the two of them immediately stand out, sort of like bird poop on a rose petal. Or maybe clowns at a church service. Whatever, they just don't belong there.
I'm no devoted Adrienne fan, but at least she was willing to ignore or be civil to Brandi and not have any altercations at this party. No, once again it comes from Brandi. And what's with her sending a third party over to summon Adrienne? Why she could not just mingle and keep her mouth shut I will never know. Oh wait, I guess it's just because she can't keep her mouth shut. Ever.
So we find out the letter she was complaining about didn't really exist. No surprise there. What does surprise (and disgust) me is the way Ken and Lisa back this witch up every single chance they get. It's beginning to get weird. Saying that Paul should pay the money for Brandi's lawyer was just ridiculous. I could barely believe he said that! Why doesn't Ken pay it? He and Lisa supported Cedric for a year or so, why not play heroes with Brandi since they're so fond of her? As the whole thing played out I was thinking maybe Brandi would actually learn not to shoot her mouth off so much if she is hit in her pocketbook, so to speak. But no. She insists she isn't going to watch herself or her out of control mouth.
If Bravo's intention is to make villains out of Paul and Adrienne because they're leaving, and make people root for Branid, it's not a good plan. I know I have no control over who they choose to cast, but honestly if Brandi is going to have such a large part in every storyline, I might have to stop watching. She is a cheap, tacky buzzkill.
I am starting to believe Ken may well have some sort of feelings for Poor little put upon Brandi.smh