"Watch the episode," Andy says repeatedly to Lisa on Tuesday's "Watch What Happens Live."
The topic of the entire evening was, of course, the explosive fight Lisa and Kyle had on last week's episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills." Long story short, the other castmembers told Kyle they felt Lisa may have planted a story with Radar Online to make her look good and Dorit Kemsley look bad. When Kyle approached Lisa and said she felt there may be some merit to the accusations, both Lisa and Ken Todd lost their minds and kicked her out of their home, ending their 12-year friendship.
The most notable part of Lisa's sit-down with Andy was the moment she admitted to him she hadn't watched any of the episodes this season. She said she only watched the fight -- nothing before, nothing after. That clearly didn't sit well with Andy.
"It's interesting because, through it all, [Kyle] was really playing the middle the entire time," Andy said to Lisa.
"I think Kyle always does that, doesn't she?" she replied.
"Wouldn't you respect that about her?" Andy asked. "Wouldn't you appreciate that?"
"No, because when you're a friend, I think you stand up for them," Lisa said. "I've stood up for Kyle when I've had no idea whether she was right or wrong, even from the first episode."
"But when I say playing the middle, I mean, she kind of was," Andy reiterated.
"Sometimes, she straddles the fence, and the fence gets stuck up her ass," Lisa replied. "If you're gonna be a friend to everybody, sometimes, you're loyal to nobody."
Later on, a caller asked Lisa if she felt it was "wrong of Ken to get involved and so heated" during her argument with Kyle. Andy tacked on to the question, "Mauricio [Umansky] was saying to Kyle, 'I can't believe Ken got in your face like that.'"
"I've heard Mauricio kind of shout on the beach that I'm a f--king bitch, which I don't think Ken would ever say about Kyle," Lisa replied.
"If it was flipped, and Mauricio kicked you out..." Andy began to ask before Lisa interrupted.
"I think everybody was upset, but Ken's very protective of me," she said. "I also think -- obviously, the scene was longer than you see because of editing -- but when you've asked somebody to go a couple of times, and they're not getting the message, it's like, you know, 'Get the f--k out of my house!' It takes a lot for me to get to that point. I was in a very sad place."
"If somebody who you think is your best friend -- we had just passed Resolution 401, we were ecstatic -- and then to come to your house and go, 'I think you are lying.' I mean, I'm sorry, but that's just not acceptable," she continued. "If you're a friend, and somebody swears on their children's lives, don't you believe them? Especially when you don't have any proof. It's such bullshit."
Another caller asked the restaurant mogul why she cut off communication with the other castmembers after her blowup with Kyle.
"She said they all believe that, and I kind of felt that I had been bombarded in the Bahamas," Lisa replied. "At that time, I was in a place in my life that I was desperately searching for happiness. I talked to [Andy] about that prior to going back to the show. I just felt very emotional, very raw. And when she said, 'We all believe that,' I thought. 'I've been through this on Season 4, I've been through this on Season 6..."
Andy stopped Lisa to interject, "It's an accusation that's been made through several seasons." (The accusation being that Lisa plants stories to her benefit.)
"Well, it's an easy accusation to make isn't it?" she maintained. "Because you know nobody's really gonna refute it. I was really, really honored that [Radar Online Editor-in-Chief] Dylan Howard came out and said, 'This is not true.'"
"It would be interesting if you saw the the full episode because you would've seen Kyle trying to defend you before she went over to your house," Andy said.
Lisa fired back, "Listen, I don't wanna call anybody out, but that clip came from a scene where she was defending [Lisa] Rinna. Sorry, you got the wrong Lisa."
Confused, Andy tried to reiterate his statement -- that before Kyle went to Lisa's house, she was defending her against the other women.
"No," Lisa interrupted. "In the clip, she's not."
"Well, watch the episode," Andy replied, growing agitated.
"They got it wrong," Lisa maintained.
"Watch the episode," Andy repeated.
At another point during the interview, Andy asked Lisa who she felt may have leaked the story to Radar Online. "Do you think that it could have come from someone in your camp?" he asked. Lisa's face dropped, but before she could respond, he continued his thought. "It was weighted towards positive information about Vanderpump Dogs and the work that you've done with dogs, which is part of the reason the women thought that it came from your camp."
"Hold on a second," she fired back. "We're a very serious organization that relies on big sponsors and donors. Any of this nonsense is really negative publicity. It's not something that we want to be involved in."
Once again, Andy asked Lisa who she thought was the source of the story.
"I think it's from somebody that doesn't wish me well," she said.
Andy wouldn't let it go, countering, "But the article was positive towards your work with dogs."
"Yeah, but then it flipped, didn't it?" she replied. "I mean, I don't need that kind of negativity. I don't need that kind of 'positivity,' you know? I don't know. I think maybe it was somebody that wanted to throw me under."
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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