The Great Divide focuses primarily on Taylor Armstrong, but the episode unfortunately highlights Taylor’s daughter, Kennedy, instead of her much more camera friendly dog, Snowball (The Real Housedogs of Beverly Hills Part 1- Taylor Armstrong and Snowball).
Unfortunately, Snowball was deemed unfit for the Armstrong household and has not yet made an appearance on Season Two of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills (see The Real Housedogs of Beverly Hills- Update on Giggy and Snowball)
Before the overplayed drama surrounding Kennedy’s cowboy themed birthday party ensues, we are treated to an appearance by Kyle Richard’s super cute pooch, Khloe.
As Kyle’s friend and designer, Faye Resnick, delivers a giant pot to Kyles’ home, Khloe calmly greets Faye at the door. Perhaps the pot is an urn for Kyle’s dog, Tiger, who has yet to be seen this episode (and appeared like a geriatric dog in previous photos (see The Real Housedogs of Beverly Hills Part 4- Kyle Richards, Khloe, Roxy, and Tiger).
We then move onto Lisa Vanderpump with Giggy propped onto her lap while she works on a pink encased iPad. Giggy sports a smart purple sheath to accompany his mother’s favorite and perpetually worn color (pink, hence Lisa’s nickname “Pinkie”).
Finally, we get to Kennedy’s event, but apparently no Beverly Hills Housedogs were invited. What a shame! I’d love to see a cadre of canines running traipsing the grassy plains and nipping the ankles of unruly children.
Perhaps dogs were banned from the event due to the presence of a magician named Fantastic Fig and his black and white cat (perched on Fig’s shoulder). I’m sure the cat would be quite the attention getter for the dogs and could even cause a fight to rival the those to which we are frequently treated on RHOBH.
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