12/24/2013 at 03:00 AM EST
We already knew that Carlton Gebbia
was a witch, but we learned on Monday's Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
that she also likes to dabble in the dark arts when it comes to sex.
The 40-year-old showed off her future "playroom" – a place Christian Grey
would be proud to call his own.
"I want a room in the house where I can lock the door and have completely no inhibitions," Gebbia said. "Mommy and Daddy's playroom."
She was intent on designing a room that would make her husband (as well as Fifty Shades of Grey
's Anastasia Steele) blush.
"I like to play. I like to experiment. I like adult toys," Gebbia said, showing off racks of revealing lingerie as well as ankle restraints and a red leather mask with ball gag. "David does not know yet what he's in for … I think he'll be a very happy boy."
Maybe that explains why Gebbia was unable to attend Yolanda Foster's fabulous party, which featured a private performance by her husband, David Foster, and The Tenors, as well as a touch of favoritism.
"How come some people have little hearts on their cards and some don't?" asked Foster's longtime combatant Kyle Richards when she noticed the handwritten place cards. "I don't."
"There was absolutely no rhyme or reason," Foster, 49, said, later adding, "It was my unconscious speaking without me knowing … but my unconscious was accurate."
and Lisa Vanderpump
received hearts, while Kyle and Kim Richards, along with Joyce Giraud, did not.
"Maybe she's making a statement," Vanderpump, 53, remarked coyly. "I have a big heart next to mine."
"Really?" Kyle, 44, said. "We have to earn the hearts."
"Friendships are earned," Foster said.
And Glanville and Giraud's friendship still needs loads of work, as the two continued the fight that began in Palm Springs when Glanville made a racist remark
to Giraud and continually referred to her as "Jacqueline".
After Giraud, 38, was asked to give a toast in Spanish, Glanville quipped, "And you just got second place?" referring to the fact she was runner-up in the Miss Universe pageant.
"She's lost. Lost soul," Glanville, 40, said as Giraud spoke. "She doesn't know who she is."
"She's always drunk. It's sad, right?" Giraud said to her husband on the limo ride home after the party. "It's so ugly when a pretty girl is wasted out of her mind."
The war of words continues on Monday's The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
airing at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.