Tacolicious spilled dirt on a godawful customer who came into their Marina location and tried flashing their Bravo reality-star card to get a seat in lieu of waiting in line. Which: haha. Idiot. Eater recently interviewed Kory Cogdill, Tacolicious' marketing/events guy, who poured forth the following tidbit:

[Eater] Any other notable characters that people may recognize?

[Cogdill] We've had a couple people from the Real World [laughs]. There was this girl in the Marina location one time who was demanding that I seat her because she was on a reality show on Bravo, on like a dating show. I can't remember the name. It was a bachelorette type show and she said, 'Do you know who I am?' and I said, 'I don't. I'm sorry.' I told her she would have to wait like everyone else.

Whoever could it be! One of Patti Stanger's ill-fated clients? Eh, not likely. Patti Stanger herself? Well, she has fallen under the umbrella of godawful. One of the human-like beings featured on Miss-Advised? Maybe. The San Francisco-based Emily Morse let cameras follow her around the city as she—tee hee, giggle, giggle, wink, wink—dated a bisexual man. Sonja Morgan? RHONY isn't a dating show. Also, Sonja doesn't have a taste for rude, and rude doesn't have a taste for Sonja.

Point being: Thank you, Cogdill and Tacolicious, for making her wait. A less refined establishment might have tossed her into the bay.