'Vanderpump Rules': Tom Schwartz Degrades Katie Maloney-Schwartz

Tom Schwartz Publicly Degrades Wife Katie Maloney-Schwartz On ‘Vanderpump Rules’

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‘Lovable’ Tom Schwartz shows his malicious side yet again

This week, we have to conduct yet another moment of silence for an untimely death: the three 12-packs of toilet paper Tom Sandoval and Max Boyens wasted while TPing Jax Taylor‘s home.

RIP.

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From watching Scheana Shay film a YouTube video to watching Sandoval get “arrested” as Jax’s revenge prank, this episode had a few memorable moments; but, none were as awful and infuriating to watch than Lala Kent and Raquel Leviss’ argument in Katie Maloney-Schwartz’s kitchen during ladies’ wine night, and the way Tom Schwartz spoke to his wife, Katie, during Jax’s birthday party.

At the wine night, all the ladies were there — except Kristen Doute, of course. And while all seemed well in the Maloney-Schwartz household as the women all snacked on the charcuterie spread, Lala couldn’t resist confronting Raquel about how she supposedly acted following their conversation at Sandoval’s party.

“She needs to feel lucky that you’re being graced with my presence, and you will know your place,” Lala said to Scheana at the wine party. “People like Raquel gotta remember to stay in their lane and let people like me run shit,” Lala continued to say in a talking head.

A quick recap: Last episode, during Sandoval’s party, Lala asked Raquel if the newly sober James Kennedy (Raquel’s boyfriend) drank at a party. Raquel said he didn’t and asked Lala where she heard that piece of gossip. Turns out, it came from James’ former BFF, Logan Noh.

“I just don’t understand your friendship with Logan,” Raquel said to Lala. But, Lala defended him, saying, “That’s a good friend right there! He lied for James a couple years ago about the hooking up stuff. I mean, I know that it’s not made up. I’ve been there when deals have been, ‘I get a blow job if I win and you have to do this if I win.'”

“Shut the f*** up,” Raquel snapped. “That is not true.”

Back at Katie’s wine night, Lala headed back into the kitchen and confronted Raquel. “Raquel, I just want to make this very, very clear,” Lala started. “When I pulled you aside at Sandoval’s birthday, I was genuinely concerned. I had heard James was at a party, and I wanted to make sure he was OK. You turned it into such an ugly thing.”

“I did?” Raquel asks, genuinely surprised, to which Lala emphatically responded, “Yes!”

“For you to focus on Logan—” Lala said, with Raquel interrupting, “I’m sorry—”

“No, no, no, I’m speaking!” Lala said.

“We’re having a conversation, and that means two people—” Raquel started, to which Lala said, “Then listen and let me finish. I think you’ve forgotten your place, but I’m going to remind you.”