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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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LeeAnne and Rich finally tie the knot, and her reception leaves everyone hungry for more; Brandi urges Bryan to say "I do" to adopting Bruin's sibling; Kary and Eduardo engage in a power struggle; Stephanie invites all the women to Thailand.
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Kary decides to attend LeeAnne's wedding; Brandi receives shocking news about another baby up for adoption; D'Andra joins forces with Jeremy to confront Mama Dee about her failing company; LeeAnne worries her mother will make a scene at her wedding.
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Brandi hosts a funeral for a beloved Redmond; Mama Dee refuses to help D'Andra with the failing business; two of the ladies back out of Kameron's couples shower for LeeAnne; Kameron crashes Kary's girls night with other uninvited guests in tow.
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Brandi attempts to bond with her daughter, Brooklyn; Stephanie and Kameron try to work things out after their dust-up at LeeAnne's shower; the women go ghost hunting at a haunted house but find themselves haunted by ghosts of the past.
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D'Andra seeks business advice from Travis; Kameron feels like a third wheel when it comes to her husband and daughter; LeeAnne kicks off the first of several pre-wedding celebrations with a lingerie shower; Stephanie confronts Kameron.
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On the third day of the trip to Mexico, Stephanie confides in Kary; Brandi and Kameron discuss their issues; all the women get covered in mud and bond during a ceremonial sweat lodge experience; an argument breaks out between Brandi and LeeAnne.
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In Mexico, day two kicks off with a polo match, a talking horse, cartwheels, and tequila, but Stephanie has a hard time finding the fun; Kameron and Brandi find themselves at odds over LeeAnne's behavior; an explosive argument erupts.
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D'Andra blows off a big business meeting with Travis because of a hair emergency; LeeAnne gets creative in order to afford her uber-expensive couture wedding gown; the women all travel to Careyes, Mexico, for some fun in the sun.
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In the aftermath of the Friendtervention, LeeAnne and D'Andra meet up to discuss their differences one-on-one; Brandi continues to struggle with her brooding daughter; D'Andra turns 50 and throws herself a rip-roaring roast party.
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LeeAnne is overwhelmed by the planning of her wedding; D'Andra inherits the family business which isn't doing as well as she thought; Stephanie hosts a "Friendtervention" in an attempt to help mend fences between former besties LeeAnne and D'Andra.
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Clip show featuring iconic moments from the reality series as well as a sneak peek at what's to come.
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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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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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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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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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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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