Yolanda preps for a massive dinner party at her home. She hopes she can bring the ladies together post-Palm Springs and mend all their past dramas.
And what better way to do that than with thousands of dollars worth of flowers! Yo isn't one for clothes or shoes or purses. She just wants some blooms to remind her of her homeland in Holland.
Joyce goes on a date with her hubby to share all the traumatics from Palm Springs. She wishes she had stood up to Brandi while they were on the trip, but she's happy she's got her hubby to help her the next time she sees the girls.
Kim and Kyle (plus the most adorable little helper Portia) assemble to try to help Brandi find Chica. Even as the ladies are putting up signs, Brandi is feeling defeated. She just doesn't have a good vibe about her missing pooch.
Meanwhile, Carlton and her nanny Elizy are hard at work on a project of their own. Carlton wants to build a sex room where she and her hubby can have some uninhibited fun time.
Yup, this playroom is definitely not for kids. We hope Carlton installs a heavy duty door lock on this new room.
Lisa Vanderpump is a woman of many talents. If she has to direct traffic in West Hollywood to ensure that her latest restaurant opens on time, she's going to do it with aplomb and an adorable askew hard hat.
Lisa and Ken confer about the state of the trees in Pump's backyard. Lisa's not happy with the placement and she's not ready to suffer years of bad foliage even if it means a bit of a setback.
Kim's pooch Kingsley is making progress in obedience school, but his handler thinks that a trip to a doggy retreat will help him become the best puppy he could be.
Kim's upset to have Kingsley away for song long, as she's leaned on him so much during her treatment. But she knows she has to do what's best for her furry friend.
David's working with The Canadian Tenors, meaning as usual the Foster home is filled with the sweet sweet sounds of music.
Yolanda may claim to be not one for shoes, but a closet like that begs to differ.
Brandi and Kyle head to dinner at Yolanda's, and seal their friendship with champagne.
Hugs for Brandi. Even if she's coming single, everyone's still thrilled to see her.
Lisa and Kyle continue to work on building their friendship back. Perhaps now things are finally water under the bridge?
What's a boob bump between former BFFs? Not much it seems with these two.
Uh oh. Kyle notices a little something different about her placecard. She's missing the adorable heart that Yolanda penned on Lisa and Brandi's.
Whoops. Perhaps it was just an innocent mistake, but when Yolanda commends that those ladies are her "dream team," the rest of the gang is feeling a touch left out.
Joyce and her husband Michael are ready to be drafted to the first-string Yolanda friends whenever she's ready to accept them.
You know what they say, it takes a village to have a black tie dinner party at your million dollar mansion in Beverly Hills.
As the wine continues to flow, Brandi gets a little more snippy to Joyce and interrupts her as she gives a small speech in Spanish.
David's so swept up in the moment that he can't help but continually profess his love for Yolanda. They've been through so much together -- and have so much more to go through.
We imagine that every dinner with this crowd results in Kyle making this face.
When Joyce keeps talking about her "baby," Brandi tries to clarify. Does she mean Michael? Is Michael a baby or a man?
Again, we imagine Kyle is the master of reactions to Brandi's wild comments at this point. Here she uses the placecard from the earlier argument to keep her from chiming in.
Michael chooses to let the baby comment slide by for now, but it's unclear how much more of Brandi's retorts he's willing to take.
Meanwhile, in a totally normal move, the chefs inject the strawberries. It's just Grand Mariner though -- no need to worry if eating dessert counts as an elective surgery.
Kyle's not one to turn an injected piece of fruit down. It's Beverly Hills after all.
The Candian Tenors attempt to soothe the angry Housewives with song. Who wouldn't be calmed by these harmonies.