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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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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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Erika is left seeing stars at her astrology party when old resentments flare up between Kyle, Teddi and Dorit; Denise's simmering frustration boils over in front of a speechless Lisa Rinna; Garcelle questions a new friend's priorities.
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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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The women laugh about who has the dirtiest mouth; Kim reveals threatening text messages she received from Lisa Rinna after Adrienne's party; Kyle and Brandi argue about Amsterdam's space cakes; Kyle and Kim's relationship continues to unravel.
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The housewives relive good times and air their grievances; Eileen discusses how Brandi went from being a fan to a wine-tossing foe; Kim hints she has something to reveal about Lisa Rinna's husband; Kim and Kyle vacillate between anger and tears.
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Yolanda reveals the difficulties she faces with Lyme disease; Kim declares she takes more pride in the roles she chooses than Lisa Rinna; Lisa Vanderpump and Brandi get into an argument; Yolanda defends her daughter against one of Brandi's comments.
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The women attend an over-the-top party thrown by friend Adrienne Maloof; Lisa Vanderpump confronts Brandi about the slap delivered in Amsterdam; Kyle gets angry with Lisa Rinna for not corroborating that Brandi is worried about Kim's sobriety.
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Lisa Vanderpump refuses to accept Brandi's apology; the women return home after a final dinner in Amsterdam; Brandi gets bad news about her father's health; Kyle angrily reveals to Kim what Brandi has been saying behind her back.
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The women split into two groups to explore Amsterdam; Eileen confronts Lisa Rinna about her lack of support; all of the unresolved issues come to a head while the women are at dinner on a riverboat; Brandi playfully slaps Lisa Vanderpump.
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In Amsterdam, Kim and Lisa Rinna continue to aggravate each other, culminating in an explosive dinner that causes Kyle to flee the scene; the women enjoy the local space cakes, but the fun sours when Brandi blows up at Kyle.
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The women are forced to set aside their differences and work together as teams while taking part in Yolanda's scavenger hunt; the women embark on a group trip to Amsterdam; at a charity gala, Kim reproaches Lisa Rinna for talking behind her back.
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Eileen organizes a table-read for her husband's latest Hollywood script, and emotions run high; Brandi agrees to a 21-day cleanse but attending Lisa Vanderpump's surprise birthday party causes her to second-guess her decision to stay sober.
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After the blow up at Kyle's gay mixer, the women discuss Brandi's influence over Kim; Lisa Vanderpump is nervous when her son receives his genealogy test results; the women attend Eileen's movie premiere at a suburban shopping center.
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Lisa Vanderpump's adopted son, Max, decides he wants to take a DNA test to discover his heritage; Brandi and Kyle trade accusations while visiting Kim; Brandi shows up uninvited to Kyle's gay mixer where insults are exchanged.
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Kyle and Brandi argue over Kim in the wake of Eileen's poker party; Lisa Vanderpump's dog, Rumpy, returns from puppy training camp; Lisa Rinna hosts a jewelry party, where Brandi gets called out over her recent behavior.
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The women head to a party at Kyle's desert home; tensions arise when Lisa Rinna comes face to face with Kyle's sister, Kim; the women react to the news of Yolanda's divorce; Yolanda talks openly to Erika about the end of her marriage.
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In Dubai, the women go shopping at an over-the-top mall; Lisa Vanderpump attempts to apologize to Eileen while on the top of the world's tallest building; Erika gives Kathryn a birthday makeover; the women have an extravagant dinner on a yacht.

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