Saturday , May 27 2023

Did Tamra Judge Get Vicki's Casserole When She Moved Into A Bunk?


When it comes to showing love to Vicki Gunvalson from The Real Housewives of Orange County, it boils down to the one who brings you pan.

A few seasons ago, she noticed how the cast didn't bring a casserole when she was introduced to her relationship with Brooks Ayers. Ayers claimed he was fighting cancer, but the cast believed that Ayers was falsifying the disease, which made both cast and audience angry. No casserole for Gunvalson.

Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge
Vicki Gunvalson, Tamra Judge | Photo Bank Vivian Zink / Bravo / NBCU by Getty Images

However, Gunvalson ultimately rocked Ayers and eventually had an emotional reconciliation with the cast, but especially with close friend Tamra Judge. In fact, while the cast was on a girl's trip to Iceland, a judge handed over a casserole to Gunvalson after she landed in the ER.

Is Vicki returning the cashier?

Because casseroles are the issue of Gunvalson, a fan wanted to know if she would deliver one to a Judge when a Judge and her husband relocated to and around Gunvalson. The After a Show a caller wanted to know what it was like to have a Gunvals as a neighbor and if she got a signature casserole. Solid questions.

"I never got a casserole," a judge says. Later, host, Andy Cohen asks how far a judge lives from Gunvalson. Coto de Caza is not a small community, so there is a very good chance that the girls are not close neighbors.

"Well, Coto de Caza is a huge community," a judge explains. Cohen adds Coto is the largest state-owned community in the country. A judge says if she rides her bike to Gunvalson's house, it may take a few minutes. "[Coto] "It's like 15 miles around," she comments. "There's some great community to go around. So Vicki is about three miles from us. And I didn't really see her."

She throws here (again)

One thing a judge seems to be quite proud of is her "double enigmatic" status in Coto. "I'll say it once and I'll say it twice, I'm doubled," she says. Cohen Coos, "Oh, the double gate is more exclusive … ohhh."

Cohen says he only heard about Wendy Williams' two-door concept. "Kardashians are duplicated in Calabash," he continues. "You have to go through a main gate and then you have to go to another gate to go to the most beautiful houses." In the meantime, a judge is keeping parrots that she is doubly attached.

A homeowner living in a two-door community has explained the concept of two gates. "I live in a 'double-bored' community in Las Vegas," the person posted to City-Data. "That just means you go through 2 gates before reaching my home. The 1st gate has a barrier arm (and gate) with an armed guard checking your identifier against the list (which you put names through on your phone app). The second gate is about 2 miles into the golf community (The gate opens by entering a visitor code that rings to my phone; I then press my cell number to open the 2nd gate). "

A judge seems to love his high standard of living

During the first episode of season 14, Judge boasted about her new home in Coto. Plus, she was proud to finally join the coveted country club. The minute the video released Judge openly about her new digs, Kelly Dodd started a Twitter war with her.

"Living in Coto you are rich !! lmfao who says that? Coto is in the sticks!" Dodd tweeted. A heated exchange took place on Twitter and Instagram, clearly the war was not just about Coto.

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