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Lisa Vanderpump first gained fame as a cast member on "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," but her full-time job is as co-owner and boss at West Hollywood, Calif., restaurant SUR, which stands for Sexy Unique Restaurant. Vanderpump balances her motherly instinct with her shrewd business sense to maintain control over the restaurant's wild group of employees who are working at the eatery while pursuing their dreams. Drama seems to be part of the job for the employees at SUR, who tend to date -- and, in most cases, subsequently break up with -- their fellow co-workers.

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On the day of TomTom's official opening party, Sandoval surprises Schwartz with a grand gesture; Lisa confronts Lala about her behavior at brunch; Katie sees the group's vacation to Mexico as a chance to reconnect with her busy husband.
aired 20 days ago
"Vanderpump Rules" cast members react to the "Summer House" crossover episodes and provide commentary about their experiences at the vacation home.
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Stassi and Katie argue with Kristen over her tumultuous relationship with Carter; Jax answers for his bad behavior toward Brittany's family; Stassi's boyfriend, Beau, opens up about their dramatic fights in Mexico; Tom Schwartz defends his manhood.
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Lala and James argue over the demise of their friendship; Katie defends her ultimatum to Lisa Vanderpump; Ariana and Lala reveal the steamy details of their backseat hookup; Billie Lee dishes on her secret hook-up with another cast member.
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Host Andy Cohen sits down with the SUR gang to discuss Brittany's engagement, the rap that ended James' friendship with Jax and the trials and tribulations of Tom and Tom's first year in business; Jax and James go head to head over allegations.
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Jax and Brittany celebrate their engagement at a fairytale-themed party; Ariana confronts Lisa Vanderpump; Brittany must inform Lala that she's excluded from her wedding party; Scheana reveals she's been with another guy.
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Scheana goes out with a model in an attempt to make Adam jealous; James accuses Lala of being insincere; Brittany's big Kentucky family descends on West Hollywood in preparation for the engagement party; Jax puts his foot in his mouth.
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Tom Schwartz finds a way to make good on his financial obligation to Lisa; Stassi visits a witch to exorcise the demons threatening her relationship; Lala stages a musical performance; Jax reveals some troubling issues during couple's therapy.
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In Mexico, Lala's decision to return to drinking leads to a panic attack; Tom Schwartz finds a unique way to rekindle the romance with Katie; Stassi and Beau try to repair their relationship; Lisa ponders firing a longtime staff member.
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As the Mexico trip continues, Stassi unleashes her insecurities on Beau; Ariana attempts to show Lala the error of her mean girl ways; Lisa oversees TomTom's first dinner service; Jax dredges up old accusations against Kristen.
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Still grieving over her father, Lala breaks down and lashes out at James, Raquel and Billie Lee; Lisa, Sandoval and Schwartz throw all their effort into preparing TomTom for the grand opening; Jax complains about his upcoming engagement party.
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The Toms plan a Puerto Vallarta vacation for their friends, but Katie explodes on Sandoval when she learns they've also invited James Kennedy; Kristen and Carter share an awkward dinner on their anniversary; Lisa Vanderpump doles out wisdom.
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Stassi desperately wants to make a good impression when she first meets Beau's mom, but her hopes are dashed; Sandoval and Ariana finally have an honest discussion about having kids; Jax dotes on Brittany after her dental surgery.
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Stassi gives Kristen tough love about her relationship with Carter; Sandoval and Schwartz worry that Lisa may not put their cocktails on the menu; Lisa gives James permission to DJ an event at PUMP; Lala is betrayed by her boyfriend of three years.
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Kristen's bizarre behavior threatens to spoil the women's trip to wine country; Scheana breaks down; James is overjoyed when he gets a last-minute invitation to the guys' "staycation;" Tom Sandoval invites women back to the hotel room.
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Lala takes her friends to Solvang, Calif., on a private jet; Jax looks forward to a guys' night out with Tom Sandoval and Tom Schwartz; Brittany brings Jax to therapy to deal with his infidelities; James has a fight with his mother over money.
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Sandoval and Schwartz scramble to get TomTom ready for its opening event; Kristen learns she's not allowed to come; James erupts when Raquel considers attending Girls' Night In; Jax celebrates his first birthday without the support of his parents.
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The group treks to Marina del Rey for Scheana's housewarming; Lala calls out Billie Lee; Tom gossips about Ariana's romantic encounters with women; Lisa Vanderpump finally reveals the fully finished TomTom to a giddy Sandoval and Schwartz.
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Katie convinces Lisa to let her host a "Girls' Night In" party, but Billie Lee lashes out at Katie for not including her in the planning; Brittany throws a tantrum; Lala decides James is moving too fast; Stassi creates her own personal holiday.
aired 55 days ago
Andy explores Jax's epic meltdown at SUR and his decision to break up with Brittany; Lala and James examine the intermittent flirting and fighting in their relationship; Katie and Schwartz discuss the prospect of having children.
aired 56 days ago
Andy recaps Katie and Schwartz's rollercoaster first year of marriage, the group questions Jax's relationship with his reiki healer; Lala reveals more about her mysterious boyfriend; Billie Lee joins and opens up about life as a transgender woman.

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