The reality TV personality became “unhinged” as she searched for her missing ring in Palm Springs: “It is totally gone”
Lisa Barlow return to Bravo starts off with a bang — and some lost bling.
In a sneak peek at Bravo's Season 4 premiere of The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City, the TV personality is on her way to Palm Springs with her cast mates when she realizes she left her $60,000 ring in the airport bathroom.
“Oh, my god. Does anyone see my ring on the floor?,” Barlow, 48, asks bystanders in a video captured by her castmate Heather Gay.
Gay tells viewers, “I’m hiding in the bathroom because Lisa’s gone completely unhinged. She came out with her pants half down screaming about having lost one of her rings.”
On the other side of the stall, Barlow’s voice can be heard screaming, “Oh, my god! John [her husband] is going to kill me!”
“My ring — it is totally gone,” Barlow says later in the sneak peek. “I am pulling up my jeans and I feel my ring start to slip off my finger. And I felt like I caught it, and then I looked and I’m like, ‘Oh, my gosh, my ring is missing.’ I literally stayed in that bathroom for at least 45 minutes. What a s--- way to start this trip. I still can’t even believe this just happened to me.”
This season, Barlow, Gay, Meredith Marks and Whitney Rose — along with newbie cast members Monica Garcia and Angie Katsanevas — don't shy away from delivering their witty remarks this season, which aptly features religious references and snarky jabs at their co-stars.
In an exclusive first look obtained by PEOPLE, Season 4's opening credits begin with Barlow saying, "I'm on a mission to serve Lisa, and I love that for myself."
Gay's beauty business is booming and she doesn’t tolerate any hypocrites, stating, "I own a beauty empire, so I don't need any of your lip service."
In what she called "a transformative year,” Gay shared that she opened up a second branch of her Beauty Lab + Laser business location in episode 1.
Garcia, 38, makes a bold statement in her first tagline for the show, saying that she knows “dark secrets” about her fellow Housewives. "I keep my friends close, but my secrets closer," says the mother-of-four, who addressed concerns about the other women during the premiere episode.
"It is so crazy hearing them portraying these perfect lives," Garcia says. "We’ve all heard things about each other thanks to Jen [Shah]. So I’m like trying to walk this fine line of being open-minded and non-judgemental even though all their dark secrets are very heavy on my mind."
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Marks, 51, declares in her tagline, “In a town full of dirty lies, everyone can use a bath."
The jewelry designer previously told PEOPLE that she and Barlow are "better this year than it was last year” despite their ongoing conflict.
"I may be Greek, but don't expect an olive branch from me,” Katsanevas, 48, says in her tagline.
Concluding the opening credits, Rose, 36, says, "Having faith in myself is the only religion I need." Season 3 documented Rose's decision to formally remove herself from the Mormon church, while this season will capture her marriage difficulties with husband Justin Rose.
The Real Housewives of Salt Lake City airs Tuesday at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo.
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