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Dallas is the setting for the first "Real Housewives" show that calls Texas home. People who live in the Lone Star State are full of Texas pride, and these housewives are no different. People warn others not to mess with Texas, and that is especially true when dealing with the state's socialites featured on the show. Connecticut native Cary Deuber is a certified nurse who has led a number of medical missions worldwide; "girl next door" Stephanie Hollman is actively involved in charities and is unafraid to speak her mind; former beauty queen LeeAnne Locken has made a career out of charity work but is also known for ruffling feathers; and former Dallas Cowboys cheerleader Brandi Redmond, a full-time mother who sometimes rubs the other ladies the wrong way.

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Brandi adopts a baby boy; LeeAnne blames her enlarged amygdala as the source of her sour disposition; Kameron's husband, Court, gives her an ultimatum; Cary opens a new laser center and starts major renovations on her home.
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Mama Dee Simmons joins the ladies in an attempt to help D'Andra and LeeAnne mend their friendship; Brandi accuses Kameron of being a liar; Kameron accuses D'Andra of being her mother's puppet; D'Andra reveals a previous stint in rehab.
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D'Andra drops a bombshell on Cary about an alleged plot to fat-shame her; Cary fires back by revealing a disparaging text D'Andra sent to Kameron; Stephanie talks about her struggles with depression; Kameron defends her behavior in Beaver Creek.
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LeeAnne picks a date for her wedding; Mama Dee signs over her company to D'Andra; Stephanie throws a college kegger party for Travis with beer pong and a giant foam pit; the party takes a turn after a conflict between LeeAnne and Brandi escalates.
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In Denmark, Brandi storms off during the final dinner, and D'Andra follows close behind; LeeAnne gets ready to unveil her "L'Infinity" dress; LeeAnne claims Brandi stole her phone on their last night in Denmark and that she cloned Brandi's phone.
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The trip to Copenhagen, Denmark, continues; Brandi confronts LeeAnne about the alcoholic accusations; D'Andra apologizes to Kameron; the ladies hit the town by land and by sea; Stephanie brokers a truce between D'Andra and LeeAnne.
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Cary takes all the ladies to Copenhagen, Denmark to visit her relatives; D'Andra gets into heated arguments with Kameron and LeeAnne; Brandi's plan to get LeeAnne to admit she called her an alcoholic goes terribly wrong.
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Cary invites all the ladies to join her for a trip to Denmark; LeeAnne goes wedding dress shopping; Stephanie and Travis renew their vows; D'Andra hosts a pop-up event for her company, during which Brandi finds out what LeeAnne called her.
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Cary plans a trip to Denmark; Stephanie prepares for Travis' trip to Harvard; Mama Dee invites Kameron, LeeAnne and D'Andra for a day of Southern cooking; Kameron's mother-in-love offers advice to D'Andra leading to an ugly showdown.
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LeeAnne tells Rich about her heated conversation with D'Andra; Mama Dee tells D'Andra to stop worrying about LeeAnne's wedding and pay more attention to the skin care empire; Brandi and Bryan share an intimate moment with their new baby boy.
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D'Andra and Brandi crash LeeAnne's charity event; Brandi learns that Cary betrayed her trust; Stephanie reaps the benefits of vaginal rejuvenation; LeeAnne questions Brandi's motives for adopting Bruin; D'Andra confronts LeeAnne about her wedding.
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LeeAnne tries to move forward with her wedding plans, but struggles without D'Andra by her side; D'Andra gets some startling news when she finally meets with Mama Dee to discuss the future of their company; Brandi gets a nanny.
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Brandi invites all of the ladies to sip and spend at her Brandiland pop-up shop; Stephanie encourages the women to focus on self-care and hosts an epic spa day at her newly remodeled home; LeeAnne takes L'Infinite dress to the next level.
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Brandi gets a stressful visit from the social worker; Kameron leaves for the pet expo in Orlando; D'Andra gets closer to breaking away from her mother's company; LeeAnne dispenses a dose of tough love about how to downsize her fancy Dallas lifestyle.
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LeeAnne and Rich settle their marriage woes and vow to start the wedding planning process; Kameron prepares for the Global Pet Expo, despite her children's disapproval; Brandi plans a rodeo adventure for new bestie.
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The Beaver Creek trip continues, as Kameron and Stephanie feud over a miscommunication regarding Brandi's adopted baby; Cary tries to calm Kameron down but it's no use; Brandi pits D'Andra against LeeAnne in a pageant for the title of "Queen."
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Kameron invites everyone to fly to Colorado on the Wescott's private jet to stay at their luxury home; D'Andra and Brandi put their social-media squabble on ice for the weekend.
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Stephanie and LeeAnne make a startling connection at D'Andra's anniversary party; D'Andra and Mama Dee come to a head over the future of their business; unpleasant childhood memories of familial struggles resurface for Cary.
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Stephanie hosts an all-day drinking extravaganza to celebrate the Byron Nelson Golf Tournament; Tiffany gets a lead on a new home and tries to convince Aaron to settle down in Dallas; Cary and LeeAnne clash at Stephanie's party.
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The women head to Brandi and Stephanie's lake house in Austin, Texas; LeeAnne learns that everyone knows the details of a secret from her past; Cary and Stephanie engage in a heated confrontation with LeeAnne, after overhearing a late-night fight.
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Travis tries to hijack the planning of his own birthday party; Brandi and LeeAnne try to find common ground; Cary chastises Mark for overspending on birthday gifts for 3-year-old Zuri; LeeAnne takes center stage at a charity event.

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