"RHOBH" episode 8 of season 9 showed the "Showdown at Villa Rosa" clash between Kyle Richards and Lisa Vanderpump. The scene really hurt Lisa and her husband Ken Todd stood up for her. Actually, Kyle eventually stormed out of the house after she was asked to leave as the two women yelled at each other. Lisa apologized to her fans for yelling. Actually, she also took to her Instagram to remind fans that they should take the positives from a particularly nasty episode.

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Lisa Vanderpump and the ugly scene with Kyle Richards in 'RHOBH'

Lisa Vanderpump suffered a lot of nasty comments and allegations from the rest of the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast this season. It all arose out of the "PuppyGate" scandal involving the dog that Dorit Kemsley took on from LVP's Vanderpump Dogs. People.com reminds us that "Kemsley...later gave the dog away after it allegedly bit her husband and two children. Unfortunately, the individual who Kemsley gave the dog to ended up surrendering Lucy to a shelter.

RHOBH showdown with Kyle Richards has Lisa Vanderpump focusing on the positives - Image credit - Bravo RHOBH preview / YouTube
RHOBH showdown with Kyle Richards has Lisa Vanderpump focusing on the positives - Image credit - Bravo RHOBH preview / YouTube

This shelter scanned the pup for a microchip and found one with contact info for Vanderpump Dogs."

The Bravo show's been fraught with accusations that Lisa leaked the story to the press. Also, reports that the other women ganged up on her hit various tabloids. The last straw seemed to come when Kyle Richards confronted Lisa in her own home. When "RHOBH's" Kyle arrived, Lisa smiled and looked happy to see her. However, it all went downhill after that.

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As Kyle told her what the issues were and allegations that she sold the story, Lisa grew visibly upset and you could see Ken, sitting to one side was also growing angry. Eventually, he told Kyle she's not Lisa friend. Things escalated from there with a lot of yelling.

Fans react to Lisa apologizing for yelling

Lisa took to her Twitter and posted, "I was probably still overly emotional, was the day before my birthday and life was challenging.

Not proud of yelling... But thank @kentoddbh. That obviously came as he stood up for her in her own home as Kyle brought discord into their private space. Fans of "RHOBH" stood by Lisa, and here's what some of them said:

  • @anni**: "Lisa please, we get it. You did nothing wrong! Heartbreaking to see you happy & so welcoming to #GoodbyeKyle when she had an agenda."
  • @Tro**: "It’s ok. Ken did an amazing job sticking up for his wife while she was down. People grieve in different ways and of course, you would have been upset that that was the first birthday without your brother."
  • @jjs: "you don’t have to explain yourself. Most of us understand that you were grieving. Any true friend would’ve understood to tread gently and wrap you in support and love and understanding. I am sorry that didn’t happen."
  • @nar**: "He had someone insult you in your house, attack his wife, business, character & you could see how he truly loves you & knows WHO YOU REALLY ARE! We all still love ken congrats being the queen of saving doggies you deserved love that horrid day not what transpired."

Lisa Vanderpump takes the positives from the 'Showdown at Villa Rosa' episode

On the day the episode of the showdown came, Lisa reminded fans of "RHOBH" that the episode also covered a lot of the work done by Vanderpump Dogs.

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In fact, it also covered the Dog and Cat Meat Trade Prohibition Act, H.R. 6720 that the US House passed. Announcing it, Lisa Vanderpump was mentioned by name in thanks for helping to push the bill. That's what Lisa wants fans to take away from the episode.

On her Instagram she posted, "The importance of tonight’s #RHOBH episode, instead of any negativity, is that this September we helped pass House Resolution 401, a huge triumph for our 501(c)(3) foundation, and for animal rights." She added how hard everyone worked but they never "gave up." She noted that there's a lot of negativity so they chose to "focus on the positivity and success of our endeavors and are thrilled to have had a hand in this proactive and important mission."

What do you think about Lisa Vanderpump apologizing for yelling at Kyle Richards in her own home?

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Do you agree that maybe fans should rather focus on the positives of this episode of "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills?"

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