Oh, I totally agree that the other women have to own their actions. They ultimately cannot "blame" LVP for what they have done. But I also don't see this all as them simply blaming LVP. I think they ultimately just want her to take accountability for her part in things. Brandi even said, "Lisa never specifically told me to say anything," but went onto explain that there was a covert feeling of being played. If you're Lisa Rinna, and you're getting all this grief for bringing up the Munchausen thing, and meanwhile you know LVP was also taking part in it, then I get why Rinna would also want LVP held accountable. It's human. That said, yes, it is definitely not Rinna's business to take LVP down or expose her. And I do think that's where the other women get into trouble. They get pissed, and then they get reactive, and then they want LVP "exposed," and then it gets ugly. If they could remain unhooked from the drama of it all and simply own their part and also calmly draw their boundaries with LVP ("Hey, I feel like you had a part in this and it's affecting how I feel about you that you're leaving me out to take all the blame alone"), then there would be no problem. The complications arise when they're all trying to prove something about LVP, trying to out LVP, trying to make her pay. Again, I understand it from a human level, but its definitely messy.