'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 4 Episode 17 Preview

The women of Bravo’s “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” never go anywhere without drama following them. Each trip they take together always ends up with hurt feelings and great TV. Tonight the ladies, except for the excluded Carlton, take a group trip to Puerto Rico. It doesn’t take long for the claws to come out, but this time all of the anger is directed at Lisa Vanderpump.

Lisa has been the Switzerland of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” for all four seasons. She’s always finding herself neutral in these blow ups. However her friendship with Brandi is fading, and Kyle now has a new ally in chipping away at Lisa’s facade. Here’s the Bravo synopsis of tonight’s episode.

All the ladies, except Carlton, head off for a vacation in Puerto Rico. The relaxation doesn’t last long after Yolanda and Brandi confront Lisa about the doubts they have regarding their friendships. A battle royale erupts over dinner, and Lisa and Ken leave the table, calling it a sabotage attack.

Lisa better bring a helmet tonight because the shells are falling all around her. Here’s a clip of Yolanda pulling Lisa aside over her change allegiances in the group.

That of course is just an appetizer to the group dinner. At the dinner the fur really starts to fly, and Lisa’s husband Ken quickly steps into the middle of the altercation. Ken is normally used to carry small dogs and wear open collar shirts. However if you attack Lisa (or Leeza as Ken calls her) then he activates his defense protocols.

With the success of “Vanderpump Rules” could Lisa soon be gone from the cast of this show? Tune in tonight to see just how bad it gets between the women on the shores of Puerto Rico.

Date: Monday, February 24th
Episode Title: Lines in the Sand
Start Time: 8:00 pm ET
Watch: Bravo
Online Stream: BravoTV.com

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