Heather Dubrow is opening up about the latest episode of the RHOC on her podcast, Heather Dubrow’s World, including what we didn’t get to see!
Heather informed us that over the next few episodes we are going to be getting to know newcomer, Kelly Dodd. â€œThis was a building episode,â€ she says. â€œA lot of information was sort of subtly given, so I hope people were really paying attention.â€
Next, she talked about her sit-down with Vicki. â€œThat was hard for me. I didnâ€™t intend to have a conversation with her,â€ Heather explains. â€œI didnâ€™t have anything preparedâ€¦ I just thought it was gonna be an easy-breezy party, just say hi to everyone, and have a real talk later.â€ Heather said the conversation was much longer than it appeared, and she was out there with Vicki for a â€œloooong time.â€ She said she was ready to wrap it up, but â€œdidnâ€™t want to be rude and extract myself.â€
â€œItâ€™s the same point over and over,â€ Heather said. â€œI just wanted her to take accountability. She admitted that she fabricated the story about Terry and the IV, and all that, and then she takes it back! If she just said I lied about this, or I got caught, or something. Or I was in too deep and didnâ€™t know how to get out. She does that â€˜Iâ€™m sorry you feel that way kind of apologyâ€¦â€™ I wish she would say â€˜Iâ€™m sorryâ€™ without qualifying it.â€
Dubrow also noted that Kelly compared her husband Michael to Hitler. â€œOne of the girls told me that when he calls her, you know how you have a picture that pops up?… that itâ€™s Hitler. I didnâ€™t believe her until I saw [Kelly] say that on the show this week.â€
As for Kelly’s behavior at Meghan’s party? â€œIt seems like Kelly is making a lot of judgements about the other girls at that party, but not about Vicki. It seems like Vicki gets a pass even though she doesnâ€™t know her very well either.â€
Heather also believes that Kelly watched the show before joining the cast. â€œDid Kelly have preconceived notions? Youâ€™ll have to watch the show a little bit longer to find out, because that becomes, in my opinion, clear.â€
She shares that the drama heats up around episode 4 or 5. â€œItâ€™s incredibly crazy. Crazy. Maybe one of the most dramatic episodes that weâ€™ve ever done. And not just one group, like multiple people having multiple things going on â€“ I mean, crazy. And from that moment to the end of the season, is a ride. Once that train leaves the station itâ€™s supercharged!â€
Thank you to RealityTea for the recap!
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