Last night’s Real Housewives Of Beverly Hills was a filler episode of wealthy women doing what Bravo wants us to believe wealthy women do: shopping and pastry decorating in between filming PSAs about parental abandonment (aka empty nesting) and eating disorders coinciding with the launch of your Instagram modeling career.
Anyway, Lisa takes a hit of laughing gas, which according to her “is like drinking a whole bottle of wine without the hangover” and gets her neck tightened. Kyle videos the whole procedure, and LVP explains that laughing with Kyle is necessary for her as she deals with the loss of her brother.
While it would be cool to see someone with genuine tiger’s blood on the show, it’s not looking likely. There was no indication of the former Two and a Half Men star in the Season 9 trailer. Trailers don’t show everything so anything is possible! Right? After all, the mother of his children is a focal point of the new season. Plus, Charlie isn’t typically someone to shy away from the limelight. All of his over the top antics would fit in perfectly in the 90210. Luckily for fans, Charlie is setting the record straight on if he’ll make a cameo this season, other than his appearance via speakerphone during the last episode.
Throughout nine seasons of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills, we have learned many things about Lisa Vanderpump. She has a dry and wicked sense of humor. Lisa also has a taste for fussy, custom made clothing. And most importantly, there are three things she holds dear. Her personal integrity. Her beloved husband Ken Todd. And her love of four footed creatures of all kinds. This season, it seems that Lisa will be challenged to defend all three.
Lisa is currently caught up in “Dog-Gate”-a mysterious story about how a dog named Lucy from Vanderpump Dogs wound up in a shelter after being adopted by Dorit Kemsley and PK Kemsley. And rightly or wrongly, Dorit is being cast as Cruella de Kemsley. Now, both Lisa and Dorit are sharing their thoughts about the situation.
Once again, the leveraged relationship friendship between Lisa and Kyle Richards appeared fractured as well. That first episode set the stage for a dramatic season. Consequently, expectations for tonight are pretty high. But will the ladies deliver?
Much of the drama was driven by Dorit Kemsley and her husband, PK Kemsley’s, decision not to keep a dog. They adopted Lucy from Vanderpump Dogs. Lucy nipped Dorit’s children (not good) and PK (marginally acceptable). Then, they allegedly re-homed the dog to a supposedly wonderful new family. Somehow the pup ended up in a shelter.
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hillsstarted out with a bang this week. And much of that loud noise is related to cast members sharing snippets of information about the upcoming season, both on and off the show. I can’t remember a season of a Real Housewives show in when so much Housewife chatter occurred so early. And that is saying a lot since most of these ladies LOVE to talk.
From what we have learned so far, much of the new season is going to be centered around Camp [Lisa] Vanderpump-filled with diamonds, sparkles, silky blouses, and miniature ponies. And everyone else. I would call that place Camp Non-Lisa, but that would be confusing since Lisa Rinna is squarely in that camp. That angry place is filled mostly with accusations against Lisa V.
Consummate professional Lisa Vanderpump made an appearance at the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills premiere party at Gracias Madre Tuesday night. Considering all the drama that the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills brought us before the season even started, and how much of the season Lisa supposedly missed, this is quite a surprise.
Hopefully, Lisa and the rest of the Housewives were able to play nice for the premiere party. However, if Kyle Richards and Ken Toddget into it or if Dorit Kemsley brings a new puppy…I would say, all bets are off.