Troupe Beverly Hills

Episode 20:'s Associate Editor gets a little misty over Pandora's wedding and the Season 2 finale. 

Jan 22, 2012

Hello Beverly Hills fans. It’s been a season of mammoth proportions and so we’re ending it as all epic stories end -- with a wedding heralding new beginnings. I recommend you get some tissues on hand and have your tiny dog tuxedo ready as we walk down the aisle of the finale episode together.

A VanderFabulous Affair
As soon as Jason stood up this season and said he had an announcement to make, I got excited. Let's all be honest here -- this wedding is exactly the sort of event that's in Lisa Vanderpump-Todd's wheelhouse, and we’ve all been waiting to see with baited breath to see exactly how incredible it was going to be. And here we are. The Vanderfabulous wedding is of course taking place on Giggy's favorite place -- the tennis court. But it's not like guests are seated on side of the net in anevent reminiscent of Billy Jean King. The space has been transformed with a palatial tent, copious flowers, crystals, bling, etc. The only remnant of the game is the pole used to hang the net, which Lisa thinks will be perfect for Camille's grinding. I agree. Please leave that intact so Ms. Donatacci can get to it (speaking of things in people’s wheelhouse).

Friend or Enema?
Meanwhile, Paul is getting ready for the wedding in his own way -- by having a colonoscopy. This means he needed to first free his body of, er, toxins. And so he asked his darling wife for a bit of assistance. . .

Did anyone actually think that Adrienne was going to go through with that one? When Paul called for Ms. Maloof, did anyone think she would head in there and say "Oh of course, just bend over." No. If any of us have learned anything about the Bickersons, we would have bet $100 bucks that there was no humanly possible way Adrienne was about to give Paul an enema. And I see her point: that's personal maintenance that's firmly in the DIY column.