6 'Vanderpump Rules' Moments Real Fans Will Never Forget

6 'Vanderpump Rules' Moments Real Fans Will Never Forget

The most legendary moments from your favorite West Hollywood squad.

6 'Vanderpump Rules' Moments Real Fans Will Never Forget

With the eighth season of "Vanderpump Rules" airing this week on Bravo, it only seemed fit to look back at some of the most iconic moments throughout the years.

Since 2013, this group of badass of people has let us into their lives, for which we are forever grateful. We have seen tons of fights, drama, and tears in every season, but we have also seen lots of love, fun, and friendship.

If you haven't seen "Vanderpump Rules" then you need to immediately head over to Hulu after reading this for a binge session.

1. Lala being savage.

This scene from season six is genuinely one of my favorite moments in the Vanderpump history books. The clapping, the inflection, the tone, everything about the way Lala says "Your man made out with my friend!" is absolutely iconic. Lala Kent is a true queen who always slays.

2. Ariana going in on Kristen. 

Back in the good ole days when Ariana hated Kristen, we could always count on a good insult coming from Ariana. She is actually super smart and particular with her words, so it is always amazing to hear her go off about someone. But now Ariana and Kristen are friends, boo.

3. Every year when Stassi has her birthday meltdowns.

Any true "Vanderpump Rules" fan knows that every year you can expect the annual birthday meltdown from Stassi. The "dark passenger" (her alter ego) comes out and takes it out on everyone in her path. Because of these annual freakouts, and all the drama they bring, Stassi is one of my role models.

4. When Faith and Jax hooked up.

When Faith was thirsty af to get her 15 minutes of fame and recorded audio of her and Jax hooking up- omg. James' reaction was absolutely fantastic. Even though I think Faith is horrible for doing that to Brittany (Jax's girlfriend) it made for some good television.

5. Jax cussing out everyone at SUR.

When Jax flew off the handle in the middle of SUR. He has major balls screaming "f*ck you" in Lisa Vanderpump's face, I know I could never do it. Jax always provides some form of entertainment whether he is getting in fights, cheating, lying, getting arrested, etc. For those reasons, Jax will go down in Bravo history.

6. #PastaGate

Rounding out this list is the obvious choice. Arguably one of the most well-known moments in Vander-history, we all know it was not about the pasta. Even though I think James is annoying af, this moment was everything.

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