BLONDE AMBITION AND PLENTY OF COCKTAILS ON NEXT WEEK'S EPISODE OF BRAVO'S 'THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF ORANGE COUNTY,' TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 27 AT 10 PM ET/PT
BURBANK, Calif. - November 20, 2007 - Blondes just want to�work? The ladies are making their mark on the business world in the next episode of Bravo's docu-series "The Real Housewives of Orange County, Tuesday, November 27 at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
For Vicki Gunvalson, keeping her large home is a sign of her success, so she asks Jeana Keough to put her smaller second home on the market. "It was very impulsive of me to think I'll work less, I'll travel more and have less stress," says Vicki. "Guess what? I love my work, I love having stress and I'm staying in the big house!" But Jeana is surprised when up-and-coming realtor Tamra Barney walks in with a client interested in Vicki's house. "There are a lot of agents in Coto, but Jeana thinks she owns Coto," says Tamra. "I don't feel sorry I'm taking over her turf at all. She doesn't scare me."
Later, the ladies meet for dinner and some cocktails. Tensions rise when Tamra's client shows up at the restaurant and she wants to talk business with Jeana about Vicki's house. But Jeana is not impressed with Tamra's casual attitude and attempt to conduct business at the bar, and makes it known. "Tamra says a lot of shocking things. Here's an 82 pound girl who's had something to drink so I don't take it personally." Lauri Waring and Tamra bond over kids and second marriages, and decide to get together for a double date. "I haven't spent a lot of time with Lauri," says Tamra. "However, I'm very happy she's found love the second time around. Second, third, fourth, fifth-whatever it is."
Vicki is disappointed with her results from boot camp, and a visit from her instructor reveals why she might not be losing as much as she could be. Jeana fares even worse with her home visit, but reveals that much of her eating issues stem from her marriage problems and current separation from her husband, Matt.
Tammy Knickerbocker's daughters, Megan and Lindsey, are learning to fend for themselves after the death of their father, Lou. Tammy helps Lindsey become a model for a jean company, but some risqu� shots have Megan disapproving of Tammy's choices. "It's like you're pimping your own daughter out."
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