Which leads us to the real meat of today's episode: Yolanda and her husband, David, decide to have a dinner party at their Malibu home. And everybody's invited … except Brandi, but more on that later.
Yolanda has been prepping for it all day. Apparently, they're even serving a 70-year-old bottle of wine that was a gift from Oprah, girl. In case you wondered. It's shameless name-dropping, but I will forgive her because that dinner party looked like a "Better Home & Gardens" dream.
For whatever reason, Kim hops a ride to the party with Adrienne and Paul. Adrienne is anxious, because obviously this is her first time seeing Lisa in forevez. So they're chatting about Kim's sobriety, and Adrienne seems bored. So Adrienne uses Kim's comment about avoiding straining relationships to safeguard her sobriety to segueway the conversation back to what's really important — the Maloof/Vanderpump beef.
Then Petty Paul chimes in, speculating about how Lisa will respond to seeing him. He still feels Lisa owes Adrienne an apology for making negative comments about her shoes, calling their dog Jackpot, "Crackpot," and making jokes about throwing their unwanted stuff into the Maloofs' yard. Yes, because you and Adrienne were the ones who were wronged.
He then backpedals saying, he has "a thousand things going on" and so he's so above it all. But if Lisa tries to give him a double-air-kiss, he's going to get her fake behind told, or whatever.
Doesn't he know that Lisa Vanderpump is "RHOBH's" resident Queen of Shade. You are not ready for the disrespect that awaits you.
Anyway, Kyle, Mauricio and Taylor get to the party first. There is some 1-percenter-esque joking about one of the waiters looking familiar. Apparently, he used to work for Camille Grammer, so obvs he must be "stalking" them. Props to the butler for not rolling his eyes. Professionalism.
The Vanderpumps arrive, and then Kim, Adrienne and Paul show up. Much to Paul's dismay, Lisa flat out ignores them. Just treats them like they're vapor. Now it's a party!
Over dinner, Taylor starts gossiping to some guy whose name I can't remember, but he's not important. What's important is that Taylor gets to talk about her favorite thing ever to discuss when her blood alcohol is up a notch — Brandi.