This season of The Real Homemakers of Beverly Hills i> has been
slightly less of a snoozefest most dramatic than seasons past. For nine occurrences( and counting) observers have been following the story of an adopted puppy named Lucy Lucy Apple Juice( I please I were kidding. Likewise, why is it not Juicy ?) who mysteriously culminated up at a shelter. Those who don’t watch the show( how dare you) may have met citations on social media to #puppygate and, very recently, the Goodbye Kyle Challenge and wondered WTF is going on. Because I’m such a good friend, I’m here to break the dog drama for you and explain why I’m on Team LVP and you should be too.
Dorit clarifies at the beginning of the season that she borrowed a hound from Vanderpump Dogs, “the organizations activities” founded by, you guessed it, Lisa Vanderpump, aka LVP. Because the dog bit Dorit’s husband and children, she decided to give the dog to a “biz associate” who “fell in love with” Lucy according to a tweet from Dorit on February 27 th .
I should’ve. When we contemplated rendering Lucy back to VD a biz associate came to our home and Lucy and she fell in love with one another. I believed “wed been” doing the right thing and I called Lisa V to tell her. I wish Lisa had just asked me to deliver Lucy back at that point. https :// t.co/ 0C9Rg94Atl
— Dorit Kemsley (@ doritkemsley1) February 27, 2019
Seems reasonable enough. Nonetheless, for reasons that are still unclear, Lucy was taken to a shelter and the shelter contacted LVP after searching Lucy’s microchip. Teddi claims that she was involved in a story, orchestrated by LVP and her employees, to disclose this on camera and shape Dorit look bad, an accusation LVP vehemently denies. Dorit and LVP, which has now been pals for years through their spouses, seems to be patch things up at the opening up of this season.
This all changes when Dorit discovers an unflattering article about her and the Lucy situation published on Radar Online . Dorit and the rest of the cast believe that LVP was behind the section and the entire #puppygate storyline. When Kyle goes to LVP’s house to let her know this, things rapidly get heated and Kyle is summarily kicked out of LVP’s house. We hear Ken, LVP’s husband, chillingly bellow “GOODBYYYYE KYYYYLE! ” off-camera, launching a viral challenge on social media that is currently antidote my rosacea. Even Kris Jenner is get in on the merriment. Do I require a hobby? Why yes, yes I do.
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This is far from the first time that LVP has been accused of manipulating people behind the scenes. As early as season 2, Adrienne Maloof accused LVP of selling narratives to Radar Online . Camille has also alleged that her explosive revelation about Taylor Armstrong’s abusive wedlock that same season were encouraged by LVP. Brandi Glanville has maintained that LVP manipulated her throughout her stint on the appearance, instructing Brandi to reveal that Adrienne’s infants were carried by a surrogate in season 3, and in season 4 coaxing Brandi to bring magazines alleging difficulty in Kyle’s marriage on a cast journey to provoke Kyle. Lisa Rinna has said that it was LVP who was responsible for the entire controversy in season 6 centering on whether Yolanda Hadid really did have Lyme Disease by having Rinna be stated that Yolanda was actually suffering from Munchausen Syndrome instead.
LVP is steadily denied any participation in these polemics, but the sheer number of these instances and similar fact motifs are, at best, highly suspicious if not entirely damning. Even Kyle, her
frenemy good friend, has likened being friends with LVP to “playing chess with Bobby Fischer.” Although the owner of Radar Online has said LVP is not a source for the website, it’s hard to believe LVP had good-for-nothing to do with the story get out there.
In appearings leading up to this season’s premiere, it’s seen clearly to observers that there is a major rift between LVP and the rest of the cast and that the narrative was going to focus on LVP’s alleged misdeeds and her long-awaited comeuppance. But even if LVP is guilty of everything she has been accused of, I find myself still taking her side, something I’m not sure the other ladies or Bravo counted on when crafting the narrative arc this season. We learn early on in the season that LVP’s brother committed suicide just month ago shooting began. While grief is not a valid excuse for bad action( a notion that Lala on Vanderpump Rules continually fails to comprehend this season ), it does give LVP more humanity than we’ve seen from her in previous seasons where she has maintained the proverbial stiff upper lip. For the rest of the cast to choose this time in LVP’s life to gang up on her is especially gross. I may have been able to get on board with a takedown on another season, but with all she is going through now the pile-on is backfiring.
It’s also hard to get behind Dorit when she is far from a reliable source. We can’t forget that this isn’t the first puppy she adopted from Vanderpump Dogs. I can believe that a first hound didn’t work for their own families, but to give up a second dog for the same reason gazes a little more suspicious. Even if we believe her, she was more than very well known the protocol the second time around( or should have been ). I know she didn’t want to pay the $ 5,000 retribution because she
doesn’t have it didn’t spoke the contract carefully( if at all ), but dedicating the dog to a business associate she can’t totally vouch for, rather than return the dog to the safe place it came from run by a vocal preach for animal welfare, is convoluted and shady. In other words, entirely on brand for her.
What Happens Now ? b>
It’s unclear whether or not LVP will be back for season 10, though her rift with the other madams induces it unlikely. But what is this testify without her? Almost all of the memorable moments on The Real Homemakers of Beverly Hills is the fruit of storylines that she( allegedly) orchestrated. Without LVP, what the hell is we be left with–Kyle gallivanting around city with the rest of the gang in an inauspicious hat and/ or muumuu and laughing at her own corny jokes? Dorit dressing like an extra on Star Trek and calling it mode?
While it was a slight betterment to ascertain Teddi get in the mix more this season, she remains boring and unlikeable, especially with her hypocritical inability to hold herself “accountable” until it was clear she was going to be set up this season. And no matter how hard she tries, being on time and works out do not a personality induce. Erika hasn’t given us much since at the least two seasons ago, and Rinna is at her best when she has a worthy antagonist. Denise is a breath of fresh air, but still too new and likely can’t carry a demonstrate if her ex-husband needs to be mentioned every episode.
Ironically, some of the realest narratives could come from Dorit, but she wouldn’t know authenticity if it was a Gucci jumpsuit ruined by Gs giving her a rash. With her phony accent and tacky fashion alternatives meant to flaunt her asset, her entire persona is a facade, but no one seems to confront her about it on the prove. Her husband’s gamble obligations are mounting and she was actually reportedly confronted in the Bahamas on a cast trip by a person who is about the six-figure debt she and her husband owe for her swim line that she promoted endlessly last season. But sure, let’s maintain harping on a bird-dog( who is able fine, btw) and watching Dorit parade around in at the least four loud decorator labels at a time and say it’s a appearance. I guess calling out person on their questionable investments is only okay on The Real Homemakers of Atlanta , but that’s a subject for another section. The degree is, until these women get real about the important sh* t going on in their lives, however unflattering, we need person like LVP to incite the pot and impart us something to watch. Otherwise, we’d look like this all season:
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