'Audrina' Preview: Will Casey & Lynne Be Able To Reconcile?

Sun, May 15, 2011 12:00pm EDT by Add first Comment

Could this be the most vicious fight ever on reality television?

On this week’s episode of Audrina, the brawl between Audrina Patridge‘s sister Casey and her mother Lynne reaches its boiling point when Casey and her husband Kyle go to dinner at Lynne’s house.

Casey does not let Lynne watch her children, and Lynne has it in her head that Kyle is somehow to blame for this. She goes CRAZY on him, even calling him a coward! Audrina actually had to hold Lynne back from getting physical with Kyle and Casey. “There’s no way I would put my children around someone like that — blood or not, mother or not,” Casey said after the fight.

Since tempers have been flaring, Audrina’s father Mark finally takes Lynne to get the special ring she wanted. ” I still had the blues over Casey and Mark just loves me and he just wanted to be my husband,” Lynne said. “He wanted to be my hero and he wanted to make me happy.”

Meanwhile, the Patridge family goes to dinner — without Casey of course — and bring up the idea of a family vacation. Audrina asks her parents how it could be a family vacation without Casey. Lynne clearly does not want Casey or Kyle anywhere near the family, despite her saying she’s calling and pleading with Casey to end the fight before its too late to save their relationship.

See all the drama unfold tonight on VH1 at 9 p.m.!

–Gianna Mandarino

See What Happened On Last Week’s ‘Audrina!’

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