The Drama Continues On Bravo's The Real Housewives Of Orange County On Tuesday, December 4 At 10PM ET/PT
New York � November 29, 2007 � It's a week of all new episodes on Bravo. First, James Lipton, host of "Inside The Actors Studio," sits down for an intimate tell all with actor John Cusack on Monday, December 3 at 8 PM ET/PT. Then, The Real Housewives Of Orange County struggle with the relationships they have formed with their children on Tuesday, December 4 at 10 PM ET/PT.
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OR ORANGE COUNTY: The drama never stops behind the gates. As "The Real Housewives of Orange County" struggle with the relationships they have formed with their children on Tuesday, December 4 at 10 PM ET/PT. Overprotective Vicki visits daughter Briana with an assortment of pepper sprays for her protection. Her son's recent interest in his mother's lucrative insurance business sets the stage for him to take a training trip with her to Seattle. Meanwhile, Tamra begins to regret her decision to bring jobless and lazy son, Ryan, back into the house. The revelation of yet another enormous tattoo on his body sends Tamra over the edge and she may be forced to admit to husband Simon that she made the wrong choice. Jeana's daughter, Kara, is getting back into show business, auditions for a role in a low budget movie, but things don't go exactly as planned. Laurie spends time with her youngest daughter, Sophie, as they ready her old condo for sale and attend horseback-riding lessons together. Tammy has her hands full when daughter Megan turns 21 and a sunset birthday cruise with her daughters' turns into an ugly, drunken debacle. Check out The Housewives blogs at www.BravoTV.com.
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