Ranking the 'Vanderpump Rules' Cast, From Least Terrible to Most Terrible
If you're not watching "Vanderpump Rules" this season, you are missing out on some grade-A reality trash.
This shamelessly addictive "Real Housewives" spinoff, which follows the staff at Lisa Vanderpump's "sexy unique" restaurant Sur, is populated by the most compulsively watchable idiots since the early days of "Jersey Shore." (You know, before they became aware of their own D-list celebrity.)
They fight. They sleep with each other. They gossip. They get drunk and say terrible things to their friends. They cheat, and lie about it. In short, they're terrible people.
They're even terrible at their jobs: The opening credits feature queen-bee server Stassi spilling a drink while trying to look hot for the camera. (Hey, somebody paid 13 bucks for that cocktail!)
But who's the most terrible of them all? To prepare ourselves for tonight's sure-to-be-dramatic Season 2 reunion, we're ranking the "Vanderpump" cast in terms of how awful a person they are, from best to worst. And keep in mind: "Best" is a relative term here.
(Note: We're leaving out Peter, Kristina, and the rest of the staff who are smart enough to stay out of the constant drama at Sur. They probably lead healthy and fulfilling lives, which doesn't make for good reality TV.)
How Terrible Is She? Not all that terrible, really. Lisa is the closest thing to an admirable person on "Vanderpump Rules," and a welcome voice of reason.
As Sur's owner, she functions as the exasperated mother hen, trying to teach her staff important life lessons like "Don't swear at your boss and walk off during a shift," or "If you slap your best friend in the face, you should probably apologize."
She does her best to impart some common sense, but that's a losing battle with this bunch:
Lisa does lose some points for continuing to employ these people, even when it's clear they have no interest in doing their jobs even adequately. But compared to the rest of the cast, she's practically a saint.