There was plenty of hairspray, florescent make-up, boob tubes and legwarmers to go around when the Real Housewives of Orange County got together for an 80s themed party, and RadarOnline.com has a sneak peak of the retro bash that turned into a modern day blow up!
Donned in their best Jane Fonda and Cyndi Lauper inspired outfits, the women were having a great time until a knock on the door announced new arrivals, and instead of “80s strippers” like one of the cast speculated, the door opened up to their other halves, including Slade Smiley – dressed as Billy Ray Cyrus, Heather Dubrow’s husband Terry and Eddie Judge, Tamra Barney’s fiancé.
“He looked like such a douche bag,” laughed Tamra, whose divorce settlement from Simon Barney was revealed by RadarOnline.com this week. “I am so glad I didn't date you during the 80s.”
Heather agreed that her hubby’s new look was also not a winner. “The 80s were not the best looking time. Terry looked hideous, I am very, very happy the 80s are over.”
“When I saw Slade I was shocked, I thought, ‘Really? Tamra, we just got ridiculed in front of 300 people and now you’re inviting him to a social function,’” said the unhappy Housewife.
Tamra tipped Slade off that Ricky and Vicki were upset, and of course, he couldn’t keep quiet about it!
“Ricky, are you all p***ed off about my improv?” he shouted across the room. “I didn't like the improv,” came the curt reply.
Unable to hide her disgust, Vicki then chipped in, “Are you all of a sudden a comedian?”
“Yes, since I decided to go do it and it was a sold out show,” replied Smiley. “A roomful of people laughed their asses off for an hour and a half... it was very, very funny.”
Gunvalson quickly had enough of his boasting and decided it was time to leave the party and get back to 2012. “Exit out stage left, piece of s**t.
“I’m going to go and see my daughter, that's the most important thing. That guy is not important,” she said as she stormed out in a huff.
The new episode of the Real Housewives of Orange County airs on Bravo Tuesday at 9 p.m. EST.
In the meantime, you can watch the argument below: