The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 8 Episode 14 Recap: Heaven Knows

Well, that was disappointing. 

If you thought The Real Housewives Season 8 Episode 14 was going to pick up with the aftermath of the big feud that found Erika lashing out at Teddi, you were sadly mistaken. 

The action picked up one week later, and well, the show is back to battling a severe lack of storylines, and that’s becoming problematic. 

Teddi is still proving that she can take accountability for her actions. That’s what you would accept of an accountability coach, right?

Well, maybe she’s putting on a show for the cameras. We can’t be sure, but she called her arch nemesis, Dorit Kemsley to apologize for opening her mouth about all the comments Dorit and PK uttered about Lisa Rinna. 

Despite what some may think, why is Teddi really apologizing? It may seem a little silly to do it months later, but Dorit and PK still made those comments. 

Rinna may be on better footing with them now, but they still said those things and Teddi wanted to let her friend know about them. 

“In the moment, I thought about myself, and I didn’t think about the repercussions,” Teddi said as though she was expecting a torrent of abuse in response. 

With this show, anything is possible. Dorit tried to crack a smile, but you could tell that chip on her shoulder was weighing her down. 

Dorit loves to keep a feud going, and that’s why we know this one is still at the beginning of its run. Teddi quickly admitted to the audience that she was not expecting an apology from Erika. 

If you watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, you will already know that Erika has built up a reputation as the resident Ice Queen of Beverly Hills. 

It’s hard to imagine Erika putting the past behind her because, well, she’s Erika Girardi. 

In any case, Erika was too busy trying to break the mold and prove that she’s a force to be reckoned with. This was all thanks to the Girl Cult festival. 

And, no, it’s not a group of women running around Beverly Hills dressed up and killing everyone in sight. It’s a more motivational affair about female empowerment. 

Erika was gearing up to make a speech at the event, and it seemed a little bizarre when you consider what really happened between her and Teddi. 

Teddi could breathe a huge sigh of relief because Erika did not attend the lunch date Lisa Rinna set up to introduce everyone to her mother. 

But Teddi’s ally, Lisa Vanderpump had some issues of her own. Her dear dog, Pink Dog, passed away and she could not console herself. 

Rinna’s mother, Lois was a real hoot. She had a no-nonsense attitude and made it clear that she was just like her daughter. 

At 89-years-old, Lois was ready to chat about everything anything with the housewives, and she was definitely more interesting than her daughter. 

The big closing event found the group attending a séance at Kyle’s house, and well, things went awry pretty quickly. 

Rebecca, the medium, was not as sensational as some of the other mediums we’ve witnessed in the franchise, and that was rather refreshing. 

The ladies went outside, and Erika invited them all to Berlin, and it looked like things between her and Teddi were on the up. 

“I think Erika and I are moving forward in an effort of convenience to our other friends,” says Teddi of the whole situation. 

But what if the husbands said no to their wives leaving town again?

“I will call your husbands, and possibly give them all bl– jobs,” Erika said with a grin. 

Okay then. 

What did you think of all the latest drama?

Sound off below. 

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills continues Tuesdays on Bravo. 


Tomi Lahren: I Kicked My Dog & I Don’t Care Who Knows It!

Tomi Lahren has never shied away from controversy, but usually, the conservative commentator’s scrapes with her critics are the result of one of her controversial political stance.

This time, Lahren is in hot water for comments that are being widelyt condemned by folks from both sides of the aisle.

Earlier today, the 25-year-old media personality appeared via satellite on Donald Trump’s very favorite morning show, Fox & Friends.

Now if that classic video of the dude getting interrupted by his daughters while being interviewed by the BBC taught us anything, it’s that unexpected challenges can arise when one is appearing on television from the comfort of one’s home.

Of course, Tomi’s problem was less “LOL” and much more “WTF?!”

It seems Ms. Lahren’s small dog was loudly chewing a bone during her live broadcast.

Not wanting to be responsible for the president choking on his Egg McMuffin, Tomi did what any psychopath would do and repeatedly kicked the poor pooch.

In an Instagram story posted just after Tomi’s piece aired this morning, Lahren addresses the dog and confesses to giving him the boot.

“Why don’t you tell the world what you were doing during my entire Fox & Friends hit,” says Lahren.

“Oh I know, chewing on her damn bone as loud as she possibly could. So I had to kick her about five times during the show.”

Now, in all likelihood, Lahren was exaggerating – that is sort of her thing, after all.

And in fairness, we should note that the dog appeared happy and unharmed in the Instagram, story.

Still, Tomi isn’t exactly beloved on social media to begin with, so it’s not surprising that the internet really went in on her for her latest remarks:

“So just another reason for me to hate @TomiLahren she has boasted about kicking her dog,” tweeted one critic.

“Maybe a joke maybe not, either way not funny Maybe someone should kick you for making too much noise also!

Another tweeter even referenced the recent death of Stephen Hawking, writing:


Pretty harsh, but still not as bad as the time Lahren pissed off Beyonce fans.

Those people take no prisoners.


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Chloe Chrisley: Returning to Chrisley Knows Best

Chrisley Knows Best is returning for its sixth season. The reality series owes much of its success to how utterly ridiculous the various members of the Chrisley family are.

But there's one family member who isn't ridiculous. In fact, she's universally adored. And her name is Chloe Chrisley. You can see more of this precious cutie in the video below.

And she's coming back to the show for this entire new season.

Chloe chrisley

As you may recall from the first three seasons of Chrisley Knows Best, Chloe Chrisley is is just five years old.

(The new season will feature Chloe's fifth birthday, in fact)

She's actually Todd Chrisley's granddaughter.

However, he and his wife Julie have custody over Chloe.

Chloe's father, Kylie Chrisley, is a troubled man who has dealt with issues such as drug addiction.

Kyle chrisley mug shot

Yeah, that's Kyle Chrisley's mug shot. Like we said, Todd and Julie have custody of their little granddaughter.

As for the decision to bring back Chloe for the sixth season, Todd Chrisley told Us Weekly:

"Chloe is our family, and we are glad that the world gets to see such a beautiful child grow, explore and come into herself so brilliantly through love and respect."

Obviously, the decision to broadcast the life of a young child on camera is usually a controversial one.

Being on camera is work, and it's also an invasion of privacy that a preschool-aged child can't really consent to.

On the other hand, from Chloe's point of view, she's basically just living her life with cameras.

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Chloe's precious-beyond-words presence in the show's sixth season isn't all that fans can eagerly anticipate.

The family is moving into a new home.

Nanny Faye — Todd Chrisley's mother — will be returning. She's a fan-favorite and viewers will no doubt be delighted at her presence, as she and Todd often enjoy "pranking" each other.

But one storyline will feature Todd's children, Chase and Savannah, agonizing over their respective relationships.

As it turns out, their storylines might go much deeper than one would think.

Savannah chrisley cleavage for days

Todd Chrisley revealed last year that talks were underway that might lead to Savannah and Chase getting their own spin-off series.

Already, Savannah drives up interest quite a bit.

We don't mean to suggest that her only value is her looks — which is simply not true — but she is gorgeous. Like, beauty pageant levels of gorgeous.

On the downside, there's a history of Savannah getting into frightening car crashes. Automobile accents are bad, but making a habit of them is worse.

Savannah chrisley and todd chrisley twins

Chase is known for his sitcom-level get rich schemes, often in the company of his friend Peter. No one question's Chase's entertainment value.

The idea of the potential spin-off would be to follow the adult siblings as they journey into being grown-ups.

And, in the process, as they horrify their parents into an early grave.

Right now, though, fans can get pumped for Season Six of Chrisley Knows Best, which begins airing this spring.

Check out this video below of the adorable Chloe, whom fans will soon get to see reach one of life's major milestones — her fifth birthday!

Chloe chrisley returning to chrisley knows best