Season 9 Midseason Trailer
Bravo knows that the fans are drifting because of how this season is playing out. So what do they do? Bravo dropped a midseason trailer to try and keep the fans at bay. We’ve already gone 9 episodes and all we’ve had is the women talking about Lisa Vanderpump (LVP) yet they (and their fans) would have us think that they can do the show without her. I have to admit, there were moments of drama but it was extremely underwhelming and LVP’s presence was noticeably not felt throughout.
After Kyle’s voice introduces the other half of the season, the first clip is of LVP opening her new restaurant, Vanderpump Cocktail Garden, with Caesars Palace in Las Vegas. I really have to laugh at this because the s opening literally happened on March 30th, about 4 months after the season supposedly finished filming. If I were the women, I’d be annoyed because production filmed more content for LVP outside of the filming schedule by then again, LVP doesn’t make up stuff for tv, this is her life and she always has content to give.
We see fun moments of the women at Boy George’s concert and at Erika’s tour (AGAIN). They even went camping. Can you believe these boogie women went camping? Evolution sneaked in that trip to France in the fun bits but we know that they went to France while Camille’s house was under flames during the Woolsey Fires. If they think fans are upset now and like Erika has said in the press, that some of us have to be laid bots, they haven’t seen anything yet.
Cut to a clip of Denise telling LVP that the women still love her but she responds with nothing but facts, “you don’t treat people you love like that”. Then you have Kyle saying to Dorit that LVP is going to make herself the victim in all that’s happened. She still doesn’t get it. LVP is the victim of her gossiping and trying to let everyone know about what happened, to avoid the women speaking about their real life issues. The rest of trailer shows the women “turning” on each other and Camille but the fans aren’t stupid. They had to manufacture some type of drama because their storyline left them high and dry.
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