Lisa Vanderpump is no longer a cast member on The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.
She left the franchise by choice, of course.
Now, however, a number of Bravo viewers are now urging executives to make sure a pair of veteran reality stars follow Lisa out the door.
These folks are just dying to say farewell to Kyle Richards and Teddi Mellencamp.
Not long after Vanderpump confirmed she was leaving the series because she was sick of all the fighting and negativity, a change.org petition has started to make the rounds.
It currently has over 3,900 signatures on it and it lays out the argument for why Richards and Mellencamp deserve to get fired.
The online document was launched at the end of July and surpassed its halfway goal for signatures by August 6, making it clear that this isn't the work of a tiny minority.
There's at least some segment of the Real Housewives fandom that believes Kyle and Teddi crossed a line with the way they treated Vanderpump this past season.
"Kyle has continuously slandered Lisa Vanderpump by accusing her of leaking stories…Kyle has persistently accused Lisa with no proof whatsoever,” the petition’s creator writes.
As loyal viewers know, of course, this is a reference to the scandal that became known this spring as PuppyGate.
It centered around the allegation that Vanderpump leaked a story about Dorit Kemsley’s rescue puppies (from Vanderpump Dogs) ending up at a shelter after Dorit chose to give them away.
Lisa ended her friendship with Kyle after the latter doubted her innocence, which the restaurateur further tried to prove by passing two lie detector tests on air.
As for Teddi?
The petition reads as follows:
“Teddi Arroyave [Teddi’s married name] should be fired for the fact she helped propel the propaganda and then only owning up to it so she could spin the narrative to make herself look innocent...
"Teddi would love nothing more than to sink LVP and Dorit."
Continues the petition:
It is so blatantly clear to RHOBH fans that sabatoged Lisa Vanderpump that we are insisting that these two be fired...
We are the fans and we are sick of this behavior. It may actually jeopardize the Beverly Hills franchise ratings.
In the wake of the most recent season coming to an end, Vanderpump's husband has also come out swinging against his wife's former colleagues.
"Their pettiness says everything. There are so many things WE could've said but haven't," Todd wrote of Lisa's rivals, honing in on Kyle specifically and adding:
"So it's not just Goodbye Kyle that I want to say...it's goodbye to all of the vicious nastiness...there I feel much better now."
For the record, after part two of the annual reunion aired on July 23, Teddi Tweeted:
“I know I wasn’t forthcoming about the exact details of doggygate.
"I am not proud of my initial instinct to give a convenient -- and not completely honest -- account of events.
"I didn’t live up to my own standards through my actions and that’s what’s most difficult of all. #RHOBH.”