Selling Sunset (2019) s01e08 Episode Script

The Gloves Come Off

1 Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh Oh, oh, oh How cute is this space right now? - It's so cute.
- Do you love it? This is perfect.
Our agents have been so successful this year.
This is our best year ever.
Chrishell just closed Queens, and everyone's been kicking ass.
So we wanted to throw a cocktail party to celebrate.
- Hi! - Oh, hi! Hey.
Mmm, how are you? - Hey, babe.
- I'll get you some champagne.
Cheers.
Slow down on the champagne! - Mike.
- Maya.
Nice to meet you.
Maya, nice meeting you.
Brett's wasted, so - Who's this? - This is Alex.
Finally I meet you! Hi.
I'm Heather.
Nice to meet you.
See, her boyfriend exists.
Your boyfriend - Well, my boyfriend - Where is your imaginary boyfriend? My girlfriend's not here, so You don't have a girlfriend.
Oh.
- That is good.
- Exactly.
I'd rather have a man that's working than a man that's sitting around doing nothing, right? - He's a professional athlete.
- Exactly.
And he's hot.
Boo-ya! Oh, I want to tell you, like, good job on Queens.
Cheers, girl.
- Thank you.
- We just closed Queens.
Yeah, I know.
That's awesome.
- Yay! - I mean, beginner's luck, but you know - Come on! - There was a lot of work involved.
First rodeo! It's not my first or second or third, but it is my biggest, so - Good job on that one.
- Thank you.
Yeah.
And hopefully your client is happy, and Davina is very supportive of you.
Is everything okay between you guys? I don't know.
I don't think Davina has it out for me.
I just think it's one of those things where when you do something well, she's thinking in her head, "That should've been me.
" So it's hard for her to be happy for other people, but you don't have to be a dick.
Can I say that? You don't have to be a dick about it.
Come to life Well, if you don't like girls That are stronger than you Well, if you don't like girls That are smarter than you Well, then you might not like me Might not like me - Watch Monday night football, Mary? - No.
Monday night football's the Raiders.
You will watch Monday night football.
- Are they good this year? - Don't know.
- No one knows.
It's the first game.
- Oh.
Well, don't they do pre-season? Or is this pre-season? We were good in pre-season, but that doesn't mean shit.
That's like looking good in your Tinder profile, but then Monday is the date.
- That's actually a really good analogy.
- Analogy? You're welcome for that one.
Morning! - Hey, what's up, Doug? - How are you doing? Good to see you, man.
- Can we talk? - Yeah, sure.
- Coffee? - Coffee would be great.
- And I'm kind of in a hurry, but - Yeah? We'll be fine.
So what's happening? My house is not happening.
Yeah, hasn't sold yet.
Are you coming here to tell me you're ready to reduce the price? Or get rid of my realtor.
I'm kidding.
Um, we can talk about that.
Doug is a great client.
We've done three or four deals, and all of them have been significant.
So I'd say north of $20 million for sure.
And we've known him and represented him for years.
He's certainly one of our most important clients.
You need your housekeeper to dust these, uh - Do I? - Yeah! - This place gets cleaned like, every - It's terrible.
Okay.
Six months.
No offers, not even one.
Well, we're also listed high.
We're also in Trousdale Estates.
My blood's up to here right now.
Sorry.
It's frustrating.
The house has been on longer than both of us anticipated.
But it doesn't have city views.
It's no fault of yours.
It just doesn't have city views.
And that's what people are paying that type of money for if you're trying to get over $2,000 a square foot.
We also think the house should be listed under ten.
So, what's Christine doing? How many showings has she had? Do you know? About a dozen.
Most of those occurred when we were closer to coming on the market.
Obviously, you're going to get a rush of activity, you know, the first few weeks, but a home that's valued at over $10 million doesn't get a phone call every day.
If I reduce to nine-nine-five, I want it sold.
I think with a new price we're gonna get a lot of activity.
- Three months.
- I'll say that.
I would not be surprised if we could not get an offer within the first three months.
- Especially at that price.
- Good.
- All right, man.
Done.
- Hey, how are you? Your client Doug is upstairs.
Oh, Doug's here? - Yep.
- Oh, okay.
- Head up there.
- Okay.
- Thanks, Doug.
- Thank you.
- Thanks so much.
- Yeah.
Hi, Doug.
When a client stops in unexpectedly, usually it means that they're frustrated.
And it's not a good sign.
Good to see you.
I talked to Jason.
We're reducing the price.
- You've got three months.
- Okay.
Thank you.
Why don't we go over what Doug and I just talked about? You guys should clean this stuff up here.
- See you later.
Take care.
- See you.
Doug is going to reduce the price to nine-nine-nine-five.
That's a significant reduction.
Hopefully, we can still salvage this.
Hopefully, we can still breathe some life into this listing, even though it's been on the market for so long.
And I think making sure that everyone that already knows about that house now knows that we just did a $2 million reduction, - that's almost a 20% reduction.
- Yeah.
It's gonna reflect on you if we can't get him an offer.
Well, I'm on it.
I have tons of people I can call, and I'll get started on it right now.
I'll prove to him - that I was the right person to work with.
- That's all I wanna hear.
Thank you.
Moving your body The rhythm, your soul Yeah, yeah Hello, baby.
- Hey.
- How are you? Good.
How are you? Good.
- So how's work? - This morning? It's good.
I'm trying to negotiate this deal for one of my clients.
She wants to come in really low on an offer, and - Hello, how are we doing today? - Hi.
Can I get you anything to drink? A coffee for me, a latte.
- Coff A latte? - I'm gonna do a chai tea latte - with almond milk.
- Sounds good.
- Thank you.
- Thank you.
- What are you looking at? - Wedding stuff.
Mm-hmm.
I've got them all organized.
Dresses Uh destinations, themes All right, so If we want to go to Bali, like where we could be right on the water.
Mm-hmm.
- Yeah, that's nice.
- I know.
- Here we are.
- Oh, thank you.
My pleasure.
I've got the almond chai tea latte.
And for you, sir, I've got the whole milk latte.
- Thanks.
- Thank you.
So what do you think between places? There's Bali.
We could do something a little bit closer.
- Whatever you prefer.
I mean - So you don't care what even what destination we go to? Any of those places would be fine for me.
- It's more the one you're gonna choose.
- Okay.
All right, so, then this is what I was thinking.
I think this is so pretty.
I love this dress.
Do you like that? - Yeah.
- You seem, like, bored by this.
No, I mean It's more It's a girl thing.
- But it's your wedding! - Yeah, but it's a girl thing.
You know, dress, flower I mean I like it, but it's more something you should, I mean, know.
I ain't gonna ask Jason or Brett which flower I should get? You know? Jason picks out all the stuff in his house.
But it's a decoration for a house.
Yeah, decoration for And this is a decoration for our wedding.
Yeah, but it's girl stuff.
A wedding, babe.
I mean You know what I mean? I would like you to be interested.
I never say I wasn't.
I would prefer you to choose.
So, I'll just pick, like, neon purple and blue and stuff like that to go at the wedding.
You're cool with that? I mean, if that's what you want You're being annoying.
I'm not annoying, babe.
I just But I get excited about it.
You're not.
Yes, I am.
I'm just saying that you should You're the one that asked me to marry you, and It doesn't mean that I need to plan the wedding.
Maybe until you're ready to help plan the wedding, - maybe we shouldn't get married.
- Why? Do you even want to still get married? - Yes, I do! - Or you just don't want to plan a wedding? No, I just I just don't think it should be me planning the wedding.
So you think it should just be me? As busy as I am, you think I should just add this onto my plate, too? No, I'm not saying that.
I'm just saying it's a girl thing and then Fine.
Hi, this is Christine Quinn at the Oppenheim Group.
So, listen, I'm calling in regards to my property that you actually viewed in Beverly Hills.
We just had a $2 million price reduction and I wanted to see if you were interested in getting back out there to see it.
Oh, well, thank you so much.
Unfortunately, it's still out of our price range, even with the reduced price.
All right.
Thank you so much for your time.
I really appreciate it.
He said no bueno? - It's still out of his price point.
- What? I saw his financials, I mean, he could afford it.
I just think that he was going through a job change, - and I don't really think he felt stable.
- Okay.
Well, it's like my client can afford Harold and he ended up leasing it.
And now I have to deal with being a property manager.
Maya, I can see you being a real Israeli slum lord.
You are late on your rent! Exactly.
I would like to have her as a landlord.
You know, I feel like she'd probably yell at me for my rent being late all the time, but then she'd laugh and laugh and be like, "Want to grab margaritas?" And I'd be like, "Yeah, let's go.
" This is Lindsay.
Hi, Lindsay, how are you? This is Christine Quinn with the Oppenheim Group.
Hi, Christine.
- Hello.
- Emily? Yes, Emily speaking.
Hi, this is Christine Quinn with the Oppenheim Group.
How are you? Listen, I'm calling because you viewed my property in Beverly Hills and we had a significant price reduction.
Listen, you had emailed me a while back about some clients that you had interested in my I'm good, thank you.
Listen, I'm calling in regards to my property in Trousdale Estates Yeah, I already sold them a property in Trousdale Estates.
Unfortunately, I actually think that we are no longer in the market.
All right, thank you so much.
I appreciate it.
Have a good day.
- I'm sorry.
- No, that's okay.
Congratulations.
I hope New York is amazing.
- Thank you so much.
- Okay.
Take care.
- Have a lovely day.
- You, too.
Bye, Sarah.
I can feel it sinking in The silhouette, silhouette Stands from the truth again Are we gonna sink or swim? He got me once, fooled me twice Won't see you there again Every time I'm here, it looks like it's moving a little closer to the end.
I want it dialed in to the point where if somebody closes escrow, they can walk into this house, there's cars in the garage, there's staff working in the house, and they're ready to go from day one.
I couldn't agree more.
Perfect.
So they can come in - and buy this fully furnished? - Right.
- Hi, guys.
- Hey, how's it going? How are you? I'm solo.
You're mad at me? - Hi, I'm Heather.
- Hi.
Jeff.
- Nice to meet you.
- I was expecting Brandon.
I know.
I'm so sorry.
He couldn't make it.
He's working.
He works for one of the largest architecture firms in the world.
So he couldn't come out, but he's coming next weekend.
Jeff and I have a very long-standing close relationship, but it certainly doesn't make me look good, that I tell him there's a client showing up and he doesn't show up.
Tell me about the, uh, client of yours.
One of my friends, it's his client and his investor.
Um, he lives in China.
And we are casually having dinner and I brought up this home.
And he has a Chinese investor that really wants to move to LA.
He wants this whole Hollywood lifestyle.
So I brought Brandon here and he loves it.
And now the renderings, I think, are selling it even more, so I'm excited.
Heather knows how busy I am, and she should understand that anybody selling a 40-plus-million-dollar house is probably busy as well.
Doesn't look good for me or for the Oppenheim Group.
Doesn't look good for Heather.
It's not something that I think should happen really, ever.
I know, I'm sorry.
Um I know your schedule's busy, so We'll get Brandon here.
I want you to meet him at some point.
- And thank you.
- All right, bud.
- Good to see you.
- Same here.
Take care.
- I'll catch up with you.
- Thank you.
I have to say, I'm a little disappointed that Brandon didn't make it and, more importantly, that you didn't tell me.
So I didn't look, you know, stupid when you just showed up by yourself.
Yeah, I was literally, like, on the phone with him.
"I need you here.
I don't want to cancel this meeting.
It's huge.
" I didn't want to cancel.
- I thought that would look worse.
- That would be worse.
Obviously, I mean, I'm glad that you showed up.
My concern is, one, him not showing up.
Two, I haven't met his client.
I haven't seen proof of funds.
I don't know that much about his client.
You know, I will try to get that.
Because I also want to know, so I don't look stupid.
I just always like to be over-prepared.
I like to have the answer to every question before I go into any situation.
I think working with you, you've taught me that - and I need to be better about that.
- I don't need you to just be prepared.
I need you to be overly prepared all the time.
Okay.
This is a huge listing for him, so he has to be careful.
I get that.
But like I said to him, "You met Brandon.
You trust Brandon.
" I'm an asset to Oppenheim Group and I think they need to realize that 'cause I could walk out this door any day and I've been thinking that I might go move and live with Nick in Sweden.
Is there anything else that I need to do that I'm not doing then? Just be overly prepared all the time.
Okay.
Trying to be the big bad boy But everything you say is noise I'm telling you Kind of funny how it last played out People tell me, "Wow!" So what you saying now? - You tell me that you grew up - Please Why you keep on bugging me? I'm worndering Did you learn nothing? Do you guys want anything to drink? Champagne, mimosas? I'm going to do a mimosa, please.
These pants are just I've never sat in them.
So I'm like, "Is this what it feels like to sit in couture?" I don't know.
Jesus! This was a mistake for a nail salon.
- Thank you.
- Yeah.
- Thanks so much.
- Cheers.
Cheers, babe.
Cheers! - How are you and Romain doing? - We've been working so much.
Like, you know how it goes up and down a little bit sometimes.
Because we would work so much, we only see each other, - like, an hour or two at a time.
- Yeah.
So it kind of feels, at times, like we are almost, like, living two separate lives.
We just need a little bit of time so we can - plan our future, you know? - Yeah.
Right now, we are just living in the present, I guess.
But I just think that that Romain is getting cold feet, maybe.
I am kind of hesitant to tell Christine because we've gotten into arguments about this.
She thinks we're rushing.
Uh, she doesn't know if he's ready.
I feel like it's really fast.
- And I just want to make sure - What, me and Romain? You and Romain getting engaged.
I wish I could just be open and honest with her and not have to hear, you know, I told you so, but She would say it for sure.
Is everything okay? Like, with you in general? It just seems seems like there's a bunch of things that have been happening lately.
Yeah, I mean, everything's okay.
I just feel like everything's happening all at once, you know? Yeah.
It's, like, my last intention is to, like, let people down or make them think that, you know, I'm not capable of doing my job.
Honestly, I don't even know myself what it is, but It kind of seems like since the new girls have come, you just you haven't quite seemed yourself.
Maybe I have been off my game.
Yeah.
I don't know.
Like, we were all doing so amazing before, kicking ass and taking names.
And I just feel like they came and it just started, like, a whirlwind of drama.
- Right.
- And I've been focusing on that.
And it's been irritating.
I just feel like that's been kind of snowballing things.
Don't let the new girls, like, get to you.
I mean, you know who you are.
You're Christine.
Everyone's scared of you.
- Right! - I mean, show them that.
- I know, I need to keep it that way.
- I know.
Remind them! I know, you're right.
Give me one reason Let me light this fuse Tie me up - Yo! - What's up, bud? Hey, man.
Looks like you took care of everything.
Good job.
I'm so excited to see this because I haven't seen it since we came here when it was under construction.
It really looks nice.
You pulled it off.
Thanks, man.
Wow! It's Buster + Punch.
It's the same brand, that bracelet that I always wear.
- Oh, I love it! - That looks like this? Is Mary gonna do the tour? - Hi! - Hi, hon.
- Looks so good in here! - Beautiful! - Hi, babe.
- Hey, honey.
- It looks amazing.
- So incredible.
My love! Ooh, it looks pretty.
- The house looks so nice.
- Cute.
Wow! Yeah, that's pretty.
- What's up, guys? - What's up? - Hi, guys.
- Wow, this is great! Hey, ladies.
- This is amazing.
- Hi.
- Hi.
- How are you? So Jason owns a few houses up in the hills.
He rents them, usually.
And he did an amazing job.
Every new house that he does, he does even a better job than the previous house.
But I don't think he can commit to a house long term.
I think they can commit to only one thing: to the dogs.
I love the ceilings.
- Library.
- Wow! It's so different than I thought you would do.
Yeah, it's very timeless.
- Did you design the whole thing? - Yeah.
Oh, I want to show you this.
This is really cool.
- Boom! - Oh, my God.
You will never see an 85-inch TV come out of the ground.
You ladies ever seen something like this? Just say yes to make him mad, please.
Just say, "Yeah.
" Pop it.
Here's to family, guys.
Shit.
What is this? Shit! Brett, seriously? Are we at, like, a child's party or something? What is going on? Champagne spraying? That's so trashy.
Uh, what you're wearing is not, though.
Oh, my God! Oh! No! Hey! - Oh! - Shit! I need some more pink rosé.
I'll join you over here in the shade.
Did you put your feet in the water yet? So when are you guys gonna get married? - What do you think? You have a date? - Next year.
Um, we need to find the right place and, um That's exciting.
- Yeah.
- He sounds very excited! - He doesn't seem interested.
- No, I just feel like it's a girl thing.
I mean But two people are getting married.
A guy and a girl, right? So it is a girl thing.
- He's not helping much.
- You're just gonna show up, huh? - Like - No.
Chrishell, did your husband help you plan the wedding? - Did he what? - Help you plan the wedding.
He did.
I was surprised.
There were things I thought I was gonna just do.
See? Talk to Justin.
And he actually was like, "What about this?" And I was like, "Oh, okay.
" - See? Tell him it's not just a girl thing.
- You're in a tight spot, Romain.
If I could gather everyone Can you do it fast? My nipples are getting hard.
Maya's nipples are getting hard, I'll be quick.
I'm getting cold.
All of us got a cute gift for Maya, so I wanna give it to you.
- Oh, wow.
Thank you, guys.
- Aw.
- Little baby outfits! - Oh, my gosh.
Aw! - This is so cute! - How cute! - This is so cute.
- That is so cute.
My God.
I love it.
The newest member.
It's never too early to start branding.
Covers my boobs, so that's good.
Yeah, he's gonna be a good little door knocker.
I can tell.
I know, right? She! I don't know.
Well, speaking of, I have a little surprise for you, too.
- Twins? - No, I wish, actually.
- No, you don't.
- I kind of do.
Well, not Not if they are like you! So I actually got a cake for all of you guys.
And it's gonna be a sex - Gender reveal.
- Gender reveal.
- Ah! - Not sex reveal.
We know you had sex, Maya.
We got it.
- Go get the cake.
- Bring the cake out.
I don't get it.
How is it gonna say It's gonna be pink or blue frosting on the inside of the cake.
- So if it's blue - Don't talk to me! - Oh, my God! - If it's blue, it's a boy.
- And if it's pink, it's a girl.
- You guys ready? Ah, it's a boy! Yeah! Whoo! I like boys.
Nice, Maya! Mwah! Hopefully, everything is good and healthy.
I'm looking forward to meet him.
I'm happy.
 I'm very excited.
I'm thrilled, actually.
- Yeah? - Yeah.
- I haven't talked to you all day.
- I know.
I haven't talked to you either.
What's going on? Oh, not much, just excited for Maya and her baby.
- I know.
- We'll see how that works out.
Um So, you know, some of the girls were saying they felt, like, kind of a little bit of tension in the office between us.
I don't know.
Do you feel like there is tension? I'm not going to lie.
Yes.
- I do feel like there's a little tension.
- Yeah.
Um, I mean, my assumption is that you just don't like me.
- I don't know.
- Not true.
I don't know you.
So, how could I just not like you? But I feel like, at the same time, of what I've seen makes me a little, like, resistant to trust you, because when you first joined us and Mary came to the office and she had the whole, you know, that dinner with Romain where they talked about their future and stuff, she was crying, you know.
You were so empathetic to her, which I thought was really sweet.
But then you kind of questioned their relationship when you and I were talking.
I felt like you were, though, you know? You see, that's where everything's coming from, because I think that's so weird that you say that.
We were having a conversation, a private conversation.
- Yeah.
- And I was asking you questions.
And then you turned it around to Mary and made it sound like I was talking bad about her.
And just now you said that I was and I wasn't.
I was asking questions in a private situation 'cause I didn't know.
- Mm-hmm.
- So I was thinking it was a cool vibe to, like, ask you privately.
But I also feel like the way you asked was not necessarily neutral.
It was kind of like you had an opinion about it.
- Okay.
- You were saying she should get a prenup.
I think everybody should get a prenup.
I didn't know that, and you don't know me either, so it's kind of, like, you know, lost in translation, maybe.
I don't know.
But it seemed like it wasn't a neutral opinion.
- It seemed like it was opinionated.
- Right.
I don't like two-faced people, and I'm not saying you are two-faced, but it's going that direction and I was like, "Oh, wow, you were super nice to her," but then you didn't actually tell it, like, you were very supportive to her.
So I was like, "Oh, wow.
" Like, at least I'm direct, you know? Wow! That was a lot.
Okay.
Again, at least I'm honest, you know? I'd rather that than have to guess, like, where you stand.
Okay, so you think that I'm two-faced? I didn't say that.
I said I didn't I'm not saying you are, but it's going in that direction.
Okay.
Well, I will leave it at that.
I don't feel like anything I have to say past this point - you're gonna change your opinion.
- That's not true.
It's very clear that this is going the wrong way.
All right.
Well, I'm sorry that you feel that way and, um What can we do, you know? What can we do? Okay.
It's almost impossible to be friends with Davina.
At this point, my hands are I just give up.
And I see who she is and I'm just going to do what I can to work with her in a cordial way.
But I now know that there's no mistaking.
We're not friends.
What's going on? We just had a little conversation about the vibe in the office.
Where's my purse? What's going on? - The weird vibe between you guys? - Um, I mean Yeah, a little bit.
Something like that.
- Is my purse by you, Heather? - Uh Yes.
Are you leaving? - Yeah, I'm gonna go.
- You are? Yeah.
Unnecessarily dramatic.
I'm just gonna go inside for one second.
See you guys in a second.
I know, so dramatic! I just feel like there was a weird vibe in the office 'Cause Chrishell is fake? I mean Kind of, you know? - What do you mean? - Yeah! I told her.
I basically said she's going down the path of being two-faced.
- I agree.
- It makes me not trust her.
It's like you say things and then you don't own up to them.
Like, the dinner that we had, when I asked Chrishell what she said and she wouldn't own up to it.
"You were that blacked out you don't remember what you said?" I'm not the only person that sees it.
Know what I mean? Come on, no.
Honestly.
What happened? I don't know, just Agh, I'm stressed out.
Davina just, like, went in on me.
Honestly, I'm still so, like, thrown off by what just happened that it takes me a second to even, like - I figured you guys had, like, tension - Now she's talking about me to everyone.
Now, like, everyone's gonna hate me.
I didn't even do anything.
She was very surprised that I called her that she was going down the two-faced kind of road.
Yeah, I told her.
I was like, "Davina's straightforward," and that's what I told her.
At the end, she kind of, like, called me two-faced and I said that I'm like, "What?" And she says, "I'm not saying you're two-faced.
It's going that way.
" "I'm not saying you're two-faced, but you're two-faced?" She said, "I'm saying it's going that way.
" So I just kind of like Davina is very direct.
I just felt like I couldn't keep going back and forth with her, so I just, like, left.
Now she's over there talking about me.
Can you come with me over there? - I feel like I wanna defend myself.
- I'll come with you.
I don't want her talking about me to everyone.
Why don't you just put it already to rest? - Like, it's been - Yeah, it's so annoying.
Yeah, it was interesting.
So I was like, at least I am more direct, you know? They're coming.
No, I totally agree.
- Hi, ladies.
- Hi.
Hi, guys.
- Okay, guys.
- What's wrong? - Davina.
- Yes? The tension.
What's going on with the tension? In an open setting, this is super awkward, I'm just gonna say.
Mary and Romain, I never want anything but the best for you guys, and this is dating back a long time ago where I was basically just asking because everyone was so concerned and I don't know the dynamics.
I was asking I was, like, in a private scenario with Davina, I was asking her questions so that I could know where the concerns were coming from.
I never expected that to come back to you in a way where it was like I was talking about you.
I was asking questions.
- Right.
- And so Apparently, you thought that was me being two-faced.
Which is what I assumed, because you didn't know, and I would think that people could have questions.
I wasn't trying to be two-faced.
I was asking questions in a private setting.
I know you said "I'm not calling you that.
" I didn't feel like they were neutral questions I feel like they had, like, an opinion.
They were coming from an opinion.
Does Romain pay for his own share of stuff, do you think? - Not much, I think.
- So she pays for everything? Yeah, I mean I don't know him super well.
- I heard he's a baker.
- Yeah.
She's going to do a prenup, right? Right, but I don't know them, so I don't have an opinion.
I was asking questions so that I could form one.
I understand where you're coming from because she's asked questions.
Even at our dinner, you asked about Jason and Mary and that dynamic.
And you don't know anyone like we all know each other.
You know, it's like a family.
She's new to the family.
I'm totally open to, like, letting it go, and talking to you guys about it, - but I still feel - Done.
What about you, Chrishell? I still feel like that's my real opinion, you know? I'm dying to drop it.
I don't want this, but I don't Like, I feel like the talk we just had privately escalated the whole situation, 'cause then it went to name calling, so - It really, like, made things worse - I don't know about name calling.
- Yeah, you called me two-faced.
- No, I said it's going down that path.
And it's a question mark.
Chrishell doesn't have a bad bone in her body.
And neither do you.
I don't really know what's going on, but you guys need to hug it out.
Hold on.
Because all I know is we were at the happy hour and I asked what the situation was about.
And I asked you, you said, "I don't remember.
" I said, "What did you guys talk about? I'm so confused.
" You said, "I don't know.
 I made some comments about Mary and Romain.
" - People are talking.
- I swear to God.
I don't remember.
And you act like you didn't remember what you talked about.
but then Davina told me in private that you made some comments about Romain, and I was like, "Oh, shit.
That's so interesting that all of a sudden, you know, that came out.
" So I feel like you don't own up to the things that you say and that's where this is coming from.
Christine, when I had spoken to you, I was literally racking my brain of, like, what is she bringing up that I don't even remember? I always remember what I say.
I'm like, "Listen.
I said this.
I'm sorry.
" Like If I can Since we're all talking about me right now, sometimes people are just saying things, doing things.
Your intentions are what matters.
Okay, Mary, if you're questioning that, I get that If you're asking questions, it's your intention.
Own up to what you say.
 Do you have dementia? I don't know.
Own up to what you say.
That's where I'm coming from.
Christine, I think you're being rough a little bit.
You look like you need a little hug right now.
I don't I think that you did Like, I don't think that you had any bad intentions.
The next time I get in a fight with you, I'll just not remember what happened.
- How about that? - Fine.
I'll hug you.
I'll be like, "I don't remember, I'm not responsible.
Everyone's gonna give me a hug.
" - Ridiculous.
- Talk to me.
Ridiculous.
Please.
- Davina.
- I was just asking questions.
Guys, come on.
I have no problem with Chrishell.
- Okay.
- Just saying.
All right.
Okay, good.
- You did two seconds ago.
- You guys are ridiculous.
I wanna drop it if you want to drop it.
Pretend we don't remember things we say? - She's crying? - I know.
- You know I love you.
- Are you making fun of me? No, I'm not making fun of you.
I'm just saying it's This is ridiculous.
Come on! - Christine - Guys, tone this down.
- I'm not trying to be mean.
- This is intense.
I'm sorry.
I'm not a kiss ass.
I'm not a pushover.
- I'm not fake.
I'm just not.
- This is crazy.
Only my tits are fake.
I'm not.
- Sorry.
- I don't I'm trying I don't want to talk to her.
I don't want to cry.
- You're so mean! - No, I'm not mean.
That bitch is a liar.
Own up to what you say.
Honestly, it's bullshit.
I'm good friends with her, but I don't stand for that shit.
- It's just too much.
- Honey.
- Don't take it that seriously.
- No, stay.
- Seriously.
- Chrishell? - Don't take it seriously.
- I don't want them to think - Are you okay? - It's too much.
- It was way too much.
- It was traumatic.
- Honestly.
Like, how pathetic is she? - Unnecessarily dramatic.
So pathetic.
Chrishell, come here for a sec.
I don't want you to be hurt by Christine.
Christine was a bit rough.
Crazy night.
Wow! At the end of the day, I feel like at that dinner, you conveniently This isn't about making points.
- Can you stop? I'm trying to - I know, but you made your point.
- Trust me.
- Can I reiterate and you get off my back? I always own up to my stuff.
If, in the moment, I didn't know exactly what she was talking about, now I've already talked to Mary.
I've told her everything I said.
I own up to everything I've said.
I understand that, but we came back from the bathroom, Maya and I, and we had asked you what you guys were talking about.
You said "I don't remember.
I just said stuff about Mary and Romain.
" Christine, I'm not having this conversation with you.
- Because you know that I'm right.
- Christine, here's the thing.
You said you don't remember.
- It makes you sound like you're two-faced.
- Also, I don't have to tell you - what I said if I don't feel - Also, it makes you sound two-faced when you don't own up to the shit that you say.
Do you understand where I'm coming from? - When I ask you what did you say - Don't yell at me.
- When I ask you - Don't yell at me.
- Hold on.
Take it down.
- what did you say, and you don't own up to what you said, it makes you look like a crazy person.
If you keep yelling at me, I'm not gonna listen to you.
I always own up to what I say.
I said, "I said this.
So what? I said this.
I'll back it up.
" Christine, I've talked to Mary about what I said.
But when I asked you at the dinner, you conveniently didn't remember.
You understand the difference, right? Or do you still have dementia? Christine.
- Leave everything behind.
- I mean, come on.
Yeah, no rebuttal because I'm right.
Christine, this is enough.
- I mean, seriously? - I'm leaving.
Don't do this again to me.
Get out of my way I'm not afraid I'm not afraid Seriously, that bitch should own a Sunglass Hut - 'cause she's so shady.
- Really? Yeah! She's so shady.
I was protecting you as my best friend.
I appreciate that.
You're not good in my book when you talk shit about my friends.
But I All right.
My true colors I'll show you, I'll show you Ain't supposed to not cover I'll show you I'll show you the way Hi.
Chrishell.
Thank you.
I'll show you my true colors I'll show you I'll show you Thank you.
We just wanted to show you something.
If you'll look up Oh, my God! - Oh, wow! - Oh, my God! - It's amazing! - That is amazing.
- Nice job.
- Awesome.
It's a great photo.
- It looks so good! Oh, my God! - So good.
This is so great.
Thank you for such a great year.
You guys certainly earned this.
I think it's cool to see yourself in Sunset Plaza.
It's the main strip.
And you see all these big billboards for, like, big TV shows and all that stuff, and all of a sudden, us up there.
I appreciate that he chose to spend his money not just on book collections, but also on, like, a billboard for us.
Look at us, guys.
- We made it! - You made it! Wait, where is Chrishell? Yeah, where is Chrishell? I don't know.
Hopefully, she'll show up.
Yeah.
Well, has anyone talked to her today? No? Did you get a chance to talk to her after No, I mean, she blocked me.
I tried to apologize after the party and she blocked me.
And then blocked me on Instagram.
So I had no way of apologizing.
- All right.
- At the end of the day, I tried to call her because I did want to apologize for my delivery.
And I know that I was drinking and things were heated.
I think she was blindsided by it.
She's not used to you or the family environment so much.
- I think so, too.
- Yeah.
But in fairness, I'm newer to the group, too, you know, and I'm a little more direct as well, and so I had a similar conversation with her, but it was just more calm, you know.
- 'Cause you're mature.
- I wasn't, you know, so drunk, either.
- There she is.
- Hi.
Hi, guys.
Hi, how are you? We were wondering where you were.
- I'm here.
- Wait.
Did you see this? I couldn't miss such a big moment.
Oh, my gosh! Congratulations! That's so cool.
That's amazing.
Congrats, everybody.
That looks so good.
Everyone looks awesome.
Thank you.
- Hi.
- Hi.
I'd love to give you a hug, but you don't have to.
Hi, how are you? I'd love to give you a hug.
And, you know, just to let you know, I did try to call you after.
Chrishell, I'm talking to you.
I did try to call you after and apologize about my delivery.
I know it was extremely strong.
- I tried to apologize.
- I have nothing to speak to you about.
This is about me genuinely apologizing.
- Thank you.
- As I tried to do when it happened, - but you blocked me.
- I didn't block you.
I've been through a lot in my life and I think it would take a lot more than Christine to bully me out of a good situation that I worked really hard to get to.
This is a great moment.
We're celebrating a good time.
Listen.
Let's remember we're here to Like Christine said, we're here to celebrate.
- Yeah.
- I tried.
I've tackled bigger bullies than her in the past, and this one won't be any different.
We belong at the top We belong at the top Even all that we've got No, we ain't gonna stop No, no, no We're faster, we're stronger than you Even though we're hotter than fire We're better than gold Oh, we belong at the top We belong at the top Confidence is dangerous