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The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills

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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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While a Vespa ride reminds Kyle and Dorit just how much fun they can have together, Denise calls out Lisa for betraying their friendship; a tearful Lisa joins Denise, Garcelle and Sutton to find redemption at the Vatican.
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After rumors about Denise begin to swirl, Lisa attempts to save the group's Roman holiday from turning into a disaster; when Teddi questions Denise about talking behind their backs, the confrontation leads to shocking revelations.
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The Rome getaway continues as the women process Brandi's claims against Denise; Kyle and Dorit try to work through their constant clashes; Garcelle, Denise, Erika and Lisa tour the city in luxury Ferraris; Denise throws out an accusation at dinner.
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What promises to be a relaxing trip instead opens old wounds; after feeling judged as a mother, Lisa Rinna turns the tables on Denise; Garcelle weighs the pros and cons of being a working mom as she prepares to leave town for a job.
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Lisa and Teddi butt heads over Kyle's emotional meltdown; Garcelle celebrates a milestone in her sons' lives, while Lisa struggles to stay in the shadows as her daughters launch their clothing line; Dorit and Sutton get into a cat-and-mouse game.
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After an awkward invitation, Lisa and Garcelle opt out of Teddi's fitness and wellness retreat, which is far from relaxing for the other ladies. Kyle and Erika question Dorit's all-about-me behavior.
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Kyle wraps shooting on her latest film and plans a welcome home party for all the ladies, including her newest friend Garcelle; Erika's singing lesson brings up a painful childhood memory; Teddi doesn't take kindly to Sutton's criticism.
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While Kyle tries to attract buyers for her new fashion line in New York City, Erika gets big news that has her moving there; Dorit's move into a new house is marred by negative press about her finances.
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Kyle's new clothing line brings the women together for New York Fashion Week; Erika takes Lisa Rinna, Teddi and Denise on a trip down memory lane. Denise introduces the group to her friend, Garcelle Beauvais.
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Garcelle finds herself in a tough spot during a business meeting; Lisa questions Denise's motives; Kyle throws a charity gala full of familiar faces from years past; Camille's road to reconciliation is bumpier than she expected.
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Denise and Aaron's hasty departure from Kyle's barbecue leaves the other ladies confused and unsettled; Kyle helps Kim through a delicate medical procedure; Garcelle moves into her new house; Aaron comes face to face with Erika and Teddi.
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Lisa invites Dorit and the others on a glamorous Roman getaway; Denise tries to make nice with Erika but gets an ice-cold shoulder instead; Garcelle digs into Sutton's past, while Brandi drops a bomb on Kyle and Teddi.
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Taylor reveals the truth behind her marriage; Pandora gets married.
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Kim tells Kyle about her new boyfriend, Ken; Lisa's launch party for her new lounge at Sur brings drama.
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Kim and her new boyfriend arrive in Hawaii; Kyle confronts Kim about her behavior.
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Taylor copes with her troubled marriage while the rest of the women go to Hawaii for a get away except Kim keeps missing her flight.
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The women debate turning Taylor away from Kyle's white party after her husband threatens Camille with a lawsuit.
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Pandora has her bachelorette party in Las Vegas.
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Brandi tries to throw a party for the women but tension ignites.
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Taylor fears running into Camille at Adrienne's fashion show.
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Friendships are re-evaluated in the aftermath of Lisa's tea party.

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