'Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills' Season 6 Predictions: From Brandi Glanville Antics To Classic Vander-Put-Downs
The great thing about The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills is that it's simultaneously predictable and unpredictable. For example, we can always count on Brandi Glanville to be rude and inappropriate, but we never know just how she's going to manifest that behavior. Even though we've still got one episode and what's sure to be a multi-episode Reunion left in the season, it's pretty easy to make a few predictions Season 6 of Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills and what the ladies have in store for us.
I mean, just look at what we've dealt with in the last few episodes of Season 5 alone: Kim and Kyle Richards continued their never-ending fight about literally everything that could possibly be fought over, Brandi slapped Lisa Vanderpump across the face, and the women hit Amsterdam like a storm. We got two new cast members in the form of the ever-chipper Lisa Rinna and the amazingly rational Eileen Davidson. It was, needless to say, an eventful season, so it's not all that difficult to assume that Season 6 will play to the same trend. But since we're probably going to have to wait another year or so for Season 6, all we can do is look towards future possibilities, like...
Kim and Kyle's Argument Remains Unresolved
I can literally see no end to this fight, mostly because it's not exactly clear what Kim and Kyle are fighting about anymore. It went from Kyle selling their childhood home to Kim accusing Kyle of not defending her, all the way around to Kim's friendship with Brandi. I honestly can't tell if they're fighting about an underlying issue or if Kim's just picking at little things or being disingenuous. Either way, there's no end in sight to this fight, and I'm sure it will carry over into Season 6.
Brandi Will Do Something Wildly Innappropriate
I don't care if Brandi makes the show more interesting or exciting or whatever you adjective you want to use — she is rude as hell. And when she adds alcohol to the equation it's game over. It's only a matter of time before she does something completely out of line.
Lisa V. Will Finally Succeed In Brandi Vs. Lisa
Brandi slapping Lisa V. really was the straw that broke the camel's back this season. Lisa V. has cut Brandi slack for just about everything else Brandi's done to her over the years, but she's finally gone one step too far, and now Lisa V. is pissed. I'm hoping that this will be the season that she'll finally get through to Brandi and make her see that her behavior is wrong. If anyone can get through to her, it's Vanderpump.
Eileen Will Be Back To Play The Normal One
Some might argue that Yolanda already fits the bill in the "no-drama" department, but I can't help but feel like she inadvertently starts it. I mean, we all remember the "Dream Team" debacle of Season 4, right? That was all Yolanda's doing. Eileen seems like she genuinely wants peace, doesn't try to pry into anyone's personal business, and knows when it's time to step back and apologize. I'm just hoping that she's not so drama-free that the producers try to edge her out.
Lisa R. Will Backtrack On One Of Her Sweeping Declarations
Don't get me wrong — I adore Lisa Rinna, and think she's a great addition to the RHOBH cast. But I will never get over how she handled her fight with Kim in Amsterdam. After they're full-on blowout at dinner their first night there, Lisa made the grand decree that she would never talk things out or forgive Kim for what she said about her family. Then, what does she do the very next morning? Talk things out and, apparently, forgive Kim. I'm not saying forgiveness is a bad thing, but if she can't stand her ground in an argument, she's not going to last very long with these ladies.
Adrienne & Camille Will Show Up Randomly
Because apparently once you've tasted Real Housewives drama, it's only a matter of time until you want back in. They've proved this multiple times over the course of Season 5.
Kim's Story Will Be The Majority Of The Drama
Oh, how I wish this weren't the case. But as long as these women feel the need to poke and prod at the most sensitive issues in each others' lives, Kim's sobriety will always be a topic of conversation and contention.
This is why you don't do reality TV, kids.