Dash-a Klaus is coming to town! The timing of the Dash Dolls announcement could not have been better: Sunday night’s episode of Keeping Up With the Kardashians devoted at least 20 minutes to the Dolls of the DASH store. (Could it be a koincidence? Or a deliberate move made by the network and the business-savvy Kris Jenner? The world may never know!) Apparently, the employees at the Los Angeles location of the Kardashian family’s clothing store were not getting along like gangbusters, so the Kardashiasisters decided to host a retreat for the Dolls. Clothing rack hilarity ensued. If I didn’t know any better, I’d think this was some not-so-subtle promotion for the to-be-aired spinoff!
Guys. It worked. IT WORKED. If I had any doubts about the spinoff (I didn't, but let's just say I did), said doubts have evaporated entirely. I will definitely watch Dash Dolls.
My favorite DASH Dolls moment: when a few of the Dolls razzed the "outcast" Doll* about not being able to drive. There was a lot of blinking and tense smiling. The scene really spoke to me; I may or may not have struggled with the drivers permit test. Needless to say, I am team whatever-non-driver-Doll’s-name-is. (No offense to the Dolls, but the only name I know is Durrani's. A name I knew before this episode. Frankly, I am terrible at catching and remembering names. Hand me a dossier, and I'm golden.) This is the sort of reality TV back-and-forth I foam at the mouth over. Team whatever-non-driver-Doll's-name-is.
*I guess she doesn't mesh well with the other Dolls? I don't know why. She seemed nice enough. I need more backstory. If only there was an entire show devoted to the Dolls' interpersonal relationships!
My second favorite DASH Dolls moment: when another Doll emerged from the hot tub wearing a thong bikini. She darn well knew what she was doing. She darn well knew she set the E! camera on fire. Bravo, Dash Doll. Bravo.
I love this show already. Consider me its number one fan. Can't wait to watch it.