The "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" star dishes on how hard it is being a momager, tipping a hat and naming a drink after momager extraordinaire, Kris Jenner.
The topic came up when Lisa was confessing to her newfound respect for what Kris Jenner has done as the world's greatest momager of all time -- this has to be inarguable, right? -- now that she's taken on that role for her college-aged daughters. She even invented a drink and named it after Jenner, which she shared with Busy.
Of course, this led Busy to ask if there was perhaps a reality show in the girls' future. "Well, maybe, possibly. Possibly," Lisa replied, clearly playing it very coy.
The "Real Housewives" star went on to add a little more juice on her "hot goss," as Busy would call it, saying, "It’s not anything that I have anything to do with; how about that? How about, I am not involved and if it were to happen it would be strictly because they are creating that themselves and I am not involved."
"Yeah, but that's also empowering to them," Busy replied.
"So that's what we're doing," Lisa agreed, which certainly sounds like confirmation to us. Or maybe we just really, really want it to be confirmation.
Busy couldn't help herself, since Lisa's kids are both basically college age, asking her how she possibly managed to get her eldest daughter into NYU without bribing anyone.
The pair were not so subtly dancing around the admissions scandal that has rocked higher education in recent weeks, with dozens of parents implicated in scams to bribe their kids into elite colleges, including allegations brought against actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman.
"Really good question, Busy," Lisa laughed. "We did it by hard work."
"We made those girls work the deli for two years, at least," Lisa said. "Amelia worked for three years. They had to be at work at 8 a.m., which doesn’t sound like it’s a lot, but for teenagers?!"
And it paid off, too. "When Delilah applied to NYU, which she got into on her own, her essay was on what? Working at the freaking deli," Lisa said emphatically. "She had something to write about."
Later in the show, Busy helped bring one of Lisa's dreams true by inviting "Manifest" star Jared Grimes to join them and teach them both a little tap. To really hone their burgeoning skills, the women donned matching leotards and top hats, inspired by the legendary Bob Fossey.
And while their technique could definitely use some work, we couldn't help but laugh at Busy getting all three of them up on tables for their lessons in a nod to Lisa's penchant for dancing on tables on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills."
All in all, Lisa picked up the steps pretty quickly, and was definitely having a great time. Maybe this is a new skill she can take back to the "Housewives," or even inspire her daughters to give it a shot on their new reality show.
That is coming, right? That's what you meant, Lisa? We're already looking for it on the guide so we can record it.
In the meantime, catch Lisa on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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