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What?! You Didn’t Know Lisa Vanderpump was an 80s Music Video Star?

Ugh. I know I’ve fallen behind (damn you, real life!) but I want to thank you, readers, for sticking with me. The best way to thank someone is with a gift, don’t you think?

Well, my gift to you is this 1984 music video for Naked Eyes’ “What in the Name of Love” starring Miss LISA VANDERPUMP! Yup, current star of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and Vanderpump Rules, and suprising owner of dat azz.

 

But that’s not all! You can also watch Ms. VDP in ABC’s “Poison Arrow”!

All of us from the early MTV era remember these tunes and these crappy videos. Who knew we were watching a future cable television star?

Back soon!

 

Real Housewives of Atlanta: This Week’s 5 Unanswered Questions

So, Phaedra accidentally donkey-booty dialed Nene. Phaedra describes donkey bootyNene heard Phaedra say not nice things about Cynthia, so of course she had to go tattle to Cynthia. Whatever. Cynthia-centered plot lines bore the stuffing outta me and this is no exception. Also, Kim is moving out of the “haunted house” and Porsha made breakfast and Kenya is nuts.

But there are still some questions I’d like answered from last night’s episode.

1. Has Walter really never seen Kenya’s backyard?

That’s not a metaphor. I’m pretty sure that when she invited him over for the microwaved Trader Joe’s homemade dinner, he made some comment about how nice it was back there, indicating he had never seen the back deck. She also made some apologizing noises about the stairs. Is this the first time this poor sucker has been to his girlfriend’s house? Does she actually live there? And is she seriously talking about wanting a baby with this guy? And does she think the basis of a good marriage is perpetrating the lie that you can cook? And doing it badly (strands of pasta in a grill pan)? That was way more than one question but I’m truly flummoxed by Kenya’s crazy ass.

2. Did Porsha just say “fraudulent slip”?

Because I’m pretty she did. Explaining to her husband about accidentally calling Kenya Miss America, she described it as a fraudulent slip. Okay. This means that she not only doesn’t know the word is Freudian, she also misunderstands the whole concept. “Freudian slip” is not exactly an uncommon phrase, right? I mean, I think even eighth graders use it properly. But in the preview for next week, Porsha describes her organization as not about feeding the hungry only on Thanksgiving; they are “active 265 days a year.” So yeah. Continue reading