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This is like one of those serious, “very special episodes” of Vanderpump Rules between the multiple therapy sessions and Lisa’s brave revelation that she was not only hungover after the TomTom party but also once owned a house in Ibiza. That should definitely be something she talks to a therapist about. So we’re almost to the [
It feels like TomTom began construction in 1999. This has been one helluva gestation period. It’s like a Kate Hudson pregnancy: It feels like it’s taken longer than normal. But we’ve finally arrived at debut time. In case you hadn’t been listening for the last few episodes, there’s a Daily Mail TV party happening at TomTom and everything needs to be ready in time.
“We choose to go to the moon in this decade and do the other things, not because they are easy, but because they are hard.” John F. Kennedy, 1962 This
We’ve had the return of one of my favorite Vanderpump Rules supporting characters — the back alley at Sur. I don’t think we’ve seen old Alley since the James meltdown during Pride (never forget Raquel struggling to find a quiet moment to pee). James takes his brother, Harry, back there and congratulates him on getting a busboy job at Sur. This restaurant sure has lax hiring policies — he didn’t even bring a resume with him! But we get a chance to see his first day, which goes okay even if he’s...
Crazy Kristen is BACK, y'all.
Lisa Vanderpump is a master of reality television and, yet again this episode, she shows us how. She and the Toms are opening Tom Tom for the first time for the Daily Mail TV party. Lisa tells the Toms that they can’t invite all of their friends. James has been
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