After Kyle Richards turned against Lisa Vanderpump, many viewers wondered if the #ByeKyle meme also heralded the end of PuppyGate drama.
Alas, that is not the case.
The midseason trailer for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills makes it clear that, unlike puppies at a kill shelter, this drama may never die.
The Season 9 midseason trailer for The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills shows that the fallout from PuppyGate continues.
The story is that Dorit's puppy ending up at a kill shelter was deliberately leaked to the press by Lisa.
But Denise Richards still has Lisa's back.
"Those women still love you," Denise affirms to her.
While that is probably true, Lisa herself isn't quite so SUR anymore.
"You don’t treat people you love like that," she points out.
Lisa has a bit of a point, especially after the trailer cuts to another scene.
Despite the lack of context, it is heavily implied to Kyle Richards is discussing Lisa.
Kyle openly predicts that Lisa is going to try to "make herself the victim" of the PuppyGate fallout.
"She’s gonna turn it all around," Kylie states. "As if everyone else is wrong."
She doesn't seem to be wrong about that.
Kyle was recently the subject of the #ByeKyle meme after she clashed with Lisa and Lisa's husband, Ken Todd.
Ken yelled those words -- among others -- during an argument.
To say that things were heated is an understatement, but fans took the conflict and ran with it.
Some tweets were funny, but others were downright nasty, using the meme to pile on with criticisms towards Kyle.
That's social media and Real Housewives for you, we suppose.
But PuppyGate fallout wasn't the only tense moment during the trailer.
The midseason teaser shows a major high and a major low in Camille Grammer's life.
A highlight? She got married to David C. Meyer, as we reported last year.
Unfortunately, the wildfire that devastated Malibu and reduced entire neighborhoods to smoking ruins struck her home.
Even after seeing Camille inexcusably defend the likes of Brett Kavanaugh, that's sad to see.
But one of the best moments of this trailer was also all about Camille.
As she prepares to go up a climbing wall and is strapped in to a harness, she jokes about having worn a strap-on in the past.
Pegging can be a delightful sex act, though her "used to" line makes too many people think of her most famous ex.
Picturing Kelsey Grammer in the midst of any sex act is a curse that we would not wish upon our greatest enemy.
This is hardly the first time that Camille has dropped her filter and potentially embarrassed her ex.
For no reason at all, we just want to remind everyone that wall-climbing should not be done while under the influence of alcohol.