Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Brandi Glanville's Best Moments from Reunion
While she and her costars addressed their volatile relationships – and everything from game night-gone-wrong to her ex husband Eddie Cibrian to Kim Richards's stint in rehab – Brandi was refreshingly candid. No matter how you feel about Brandi, she definitely does not hold back, saying things the other women wouldn't dare say, whether because it's crude – or because it's the truth.
Here some of her best moments from Monday's show:
Discussing her barely-there bikini: "You're lucky I had a top on."
On game night: "I felt like I was being bullied in a room and I had no friends ... everyone has a breaking point."
On accusing Kim Richards of using crystal meth at game night: "Do I regret saying that specifically? Yes, but the truth is she was on something and she was in and out of the bathroom all night and she's in rehab now so clearly I wasn't wrong."
On Kim hiding her crutches – and Kyle knowing about it: "All I wanted to do was leave, and I couldn't. You can't say you had nothing to do with it. You had knowledge and knowledge is power. You could have rectified it."
On the difference between being sexy and slutty: "However you feel the most powerful and confident is how you should roll ... Slutty is like [showing] labia."
To Taylor Armstrong, when she got aggressive: "Back off, Oklahoma."
On Adrienne Maloof vs. Lisa VanderPump: "I've heard from people that work for you that you don't like Lisa."
On threatening emails sent to Camille: "I saw Russell at the Glen and he told me that Taylor had him send the email to Camille and he felt horrible about it – and that he always liked Camille."
On slashing ex Eddie Cibrian's tires: "I just took the tires and I put the knife in through his motorcycle and then I told him, 'Don't ride them you're probably going to get hurt.' "
On Taylor's book, Hiding From Reality: "It's been like a hot minute. ... She wrote a book about [her husband Russell's suicide] in one second."
Taking credit for Kim going to rehab: "Maybe I helped. ... I got it out there that there's a problem and then everyone had to address it."
On Camille's image-makeover since her divorce: "She dropped the dead weight and now she's a different person."
Why she changed her last name back to Glanville after her divorce: "There were too many of us floating around, Mrs. Cibrians."