Lisa was cold to Dorit, but not to PK. She clinked his glass and said, "I love you," barely even looking in Dorit's direction.
Finally, LVP brought up the Radar Online article, and the conversation went from awkward to very, very heavy. Dorit felt Lisa should have called her personally to say there was no issue between them, but Lisa felt that her chat with TMZ was enough. Ken said Dorit should be nothing but grateful that Lisa defended her so publicly.
"You have to understand it's very difficult for me to believe you had nothing to do with that," Dorit said, prompting Lisa to "draw a line in the sand."
"If you believe I gave the story to Radar Online, we don't have a friendship," she replied. Dorit's mouth dropped.
PK asked if they could all just put PuppyGate behind them and move forward, but Lisa was staunch in her stance -- as was Ken, who told Dorit that Lisa was "the most honest person you will ever meet in your life" and "the best friend you will ever have."
"If she doesn't believe her, no friendship!" Ken added. PK wound up changing his tone a bit, but Dorit did not.
"I can still say that this happened, but I still love you enough and care for you enough that I can put this behind us. I want to more than anything," Dorit said, but Ken replied, "You're still saying you don't believe her!"
PK turned his sights to LVP and said he felt someone in Lisa's camp leaked the story. When she said she had no knowledge of that, the two settled on that stance, leaving Dorit out in the cold. PK urged his wife to "come down" and join him, but she just couldn't.