It's Easter so these sugar-coated Housewives of Beverly Hills are planning to haul their decorated eggs to Palm Springs. It's a Richards family tradition! So Kyle calls Kim and is like, "sorry for being such a bitch!" but she's not really that sorry. But it's Easter, when families apologize to each other for being awful so they can be awful again in the near future.
In the spirit of Easter in Beverly Hills, Adrienne tells us something to the effect of, "I love my husband, no I don't." She's irritated that he always likes to "tag along" on all her jet-setting business ventures. Bummer. Lisa talks to her chocolatier about a custom-made chocolate bunny and the chocolatier draws a fabulous penis.
Every time we start feeling sympathy for Kim, Bravo edits something to make her look completely delusional. Tonight it was her sad impression of fun, special "family time," that her kids obviously hate and are over. Poor, insecure, "homeless" Kim. Kyle isn't helping, bullying Kim's daughters about not keeping the "family house" clean enough. Homes are a sensitive enough subject as it is, Kyle! And Kim is uncomfortable with Ken and Lisa (and Jiggy!) joining their family time in Palm Springs. But Lisa is awesome!
For an older sister, Kim appears incredibly meek next to Kyle. Kyle's all, "you say salsa wrong, let's get this kind of cheese I don't care if your kids don't like it, let's get something fresher, you're an idiot," and Kim's like, "okeee."
Meanwhile, Camille tries to negotiate a conference call with her for-now husband Kelsey. In case you didn't know, Camille is very busy being a creative, "idea" person. She comes up with ideas for shows and her last name makes sure they get pushed through. But it's important that we know that she is an individual, not just in her husband's important and famous shadow. She was on Club MTV, you guys, lest ye forget!
Speaking of ladies with big lips enjoying the perks of having rich and famous husbands, Taylor has her own stylist to help her buy really expensive clothes. It's hard work dropping all those dollars.
Welcome to family time in Palm Springs, Ken and Lisa, go ahead and judge everyone! They make fun of Kim and Kyle's plebian cooking, and Lisa finds Kim "a little defensive." I find Kim a little awkward. Child stars, whaddya gonna do?!
So Adrienne is at her resort in Las Vegas, the Palms, with her husband and no kids to do a photo shoot. Paul, Adrienne's goon-ish husband, is a little jealous of the male model who will be shooting with Adrienne. Guess what? the photo shoot went well and Adrienne didn't run away with the model. Camille invites an interior decorator to help her work on her family's future in an apartment in New York. Yikes, it's a little sad knowing we're about to see the Grammer marriage crumble. And really, nothing is more sad than picking out paint chips and fabric swatches for an apartment that you'll never live in.
Lisa brings in the fabulous, $1000 chocolate rabbit, and Kim, Kyle, and their families dig into it like a bunch of peasants.
Palm Springs went off hitch-less, and the girls (Kim, Kyle, and their daughters) have a spa day. Kim's daughter, Whitney, has admitted that she wants to go back to Houston, where her life is but Kim doesn't want her to go. Kim asks Kyle for support in digging her claws deeper into her family, but Kyle doesn't agree. Kim is just nuts. Naturally, this upsets her for the rest of the day and turns her into even more of a stage five clinger. Kyle takes this as an opportunity to bring deeper issues to light and pit Kim and Whitney against each other. Fun family time!
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