The Real Housewives of Orange County, TRHOOC, Season 10

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This season of The Real Housewives of Orange County: Brought to you by Jesus Christ. The ladies of RHOC found religion—or just talked about it more and debated whether or not Brooks Ayers had cancer. Those story lines continued in the finale where everything came to a head at Tamra Judge's baptism. Well, not everything came to a head, viewers still don't know if Brooks is really sick.

At the baptism, Heather Dubrow and Shannon Beador relayed a story they heard from different people (Vicki Gunvalson and daughter Briana) that Brooks once called Dr. Terry Dubrow in the middle of the night and had him get a colleague over there to put an IV in him because he was so sick from the treatment. Heather and Terry said that never happened. Vicki said she had never heard that story too. "You send them to the emergency room," Terry said, not send a colleague over for a house call. Hmmm…then Meghan suggested Brooks could be lying to get out of paying child support.

"That is something I wouldn't put past either of them," Meghan said.

While at the baptism, Vicki's brother's girlfriend, Ronda, said Vicki never asked Shannon to show her records when David was having an affair, so why should Vicki have to show Brooks' medical records? That caused a blowup between Shannon and Vicki and they're pretty much done. Throughout the night, the ladies made a lot of comments about faith and Jesus. These are some bizarre highlights.

"Satan is the author of confusion. I know the truth and I will pray for everyone who's confused" — Vicki the ladies.

"I'm not here to judge anybody. If he's sick, I hope he gets better. If he's not sick, I hope he gets better."—Tamra on Brooks.

"I miss my mom more than anything. I want to go to heaven to be with her. I'm really really sad and all this stuff is just disgusting minutiae. I love Jesus and I know the truth and I'm good with that."—Vicki

"I'm being nailed to the cross like Jesus was and he did nothing wrong…That's how I feel."—Vicki

"You're not Jesus and you're not getting nailed to the cross, but you could be going to hell if you're lying about cancer."—Tamra.

Yes, Vicki compared herself to Jesus Christ, then she drove away in a limo and said she's done with everything, and the rest of the ladies continued rehashing the season. So...nothing really happened.

The Real Housewives of Orange County continues with its reunion on Bravo.

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