updated 06/03/2014 AT 3:00 AM ET
•originally published 06/03/2014 AT 6:30 AM ET
Gunvalson was not pleased to leave the OC to help daughter Briana look for a new home due to son-in-law Ryan’s Midwestern military relocation.
“It scares me we’re totally in Tornado Alley,” said Gunvalson, looking at a home that had an underground shelter. “You don’t just build a shelter for the hell of it.”
Continued Gunvalson: “Run! Oklahoma is a fine place to visit. Do I want to live there? No! Do I want my grandchildren living there? No! The answer is ‘No!’ ”
But the move away from her mother earned a big “Yes” from Briana.
“The move to Oklahoma is hard on everyone, but it’s time for me to make my own decisions without having her approval,” she said. “I don’t like California. I don’t want to raise my kids there.”
Continued Briana: “$400,000 in Orange County [is nothing], but in Oklahoma I can buy a couple new houses, my mom a new nose and new boobs, and a couple of cars. I’m not going to live with her ever again. Ever. Again.”
But Gunvalson had different plans.