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Soon there will be "Real Housewives" all across America (for better or worse), as Bravo expands its successful franchise into Beverly Hills. Cameras follow affluent women (some regulars, others who recur) as they enjoy the lavish lifestyle only Beverly Hills can offer. The ladies change through the seasons and over time the cast has included former child actresses Kim and Kyle Richards, heiress Adrienne Maloof, restaurateur Lisa Vanderpump, philanthropist and business owner Taylor Armstrong and the one-time Mrs. Kelsey Grammer, Camille Donatacci (who alternates between a regular member of the cast and a recurring role during her time on the show).

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Dorit reveals to Erika what was said about her after her unexpected departure; the ladies descend upon New York for Fashion Week; Lisa Rinna helps her daughter get settled in New York City; private information about Lisa Vanderpump goes public.
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Lisa Rinna returns to her roots on "Days of Our Lives"; Lisa Vanderpump receives news about the lawsuit, but Kyle and Dorit do not react to it the way she hopes; Kyle and Lisa Vanderpump address their latest issues in front of everyone.
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Kyle worries when she ends up late for a double date with Teddi and their husbands; Lisa Rinna hustles her way into two new acting gigs; Dorit shocks her husband with an extravagant 50th birthday party on a yacht; a wine glass creates conflict.
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Dorit searches for the perfect birthday gift for PK; Lisa Rinna worries about her daughter's upcoming move to New York City; Lisa Vanderpump confides in Kyle about the lawsuit brought against her and Ken; Teddi's spa day doesn't provide relaxation.
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Kyle laments not being able to share her newfound success as a television producer with her sisters; Dorit re-launches her swim-wear line; Erika is shaken by unexpected news; Lisa Vanderpump advises Dorit to make things right with Camille.
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Lisa Rinna and Erika fly to Tokyo to support Amelia and Delilah's latest modeling gig; Dorit agrees to model for Lisa Vanderpump's magazine; when the power goes out at Kyle's dinner party, the darkness brings out the worst in one housewife.
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Erika revisits her past as she writes her memoir; Lisa Vanderpump helps PK throw a lavish birthday dinner for Dorit; Teddi starts to question Dorit's character when Dorit speaks badly about Lisa Rinna; Kyle vacations with her family in Croatia.
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Teddi's job as an accountability coach leads to questions amongst the group; Lisa Vanderpump takes Erika to task for not responding whenever she reaches out; Kyle and Dorit confront Lisa Rinna while on a Ferris wheel overlooking the Las Vegas strip.
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Kyle and Lisa Vanderpump charter a private jet to take the ladies to Las Vegas for a group birthday celebration; Dorit's new friend hits it off with Lisa Vanderpump over drinks; familiar faces Adrienne Maloof and Camille Grammar join the festivities.

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