The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills: Episode 10 Recap
In this episode we have everything from ghosts to lasers. There’s never a dull moment with the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills after all.
We open with the realization that the ladies are spending an evening getting their faces and body worked on by Paul, Adrienne’s plastic surgeon husband.
Taylor gets her face filled out – true story.
“I have a genetically thin face, it doesn’t matter how much I eat, it’s not going to go to my face.”
Kyle wants to have her muffin top lasered and then Kim shows up for some lip injections.
During her little one-on-one with Paul, it’s revealed that Kim is on a cocktail of several prescription drugs. Paul – in what seems like the most caring and responsible act by anyone on this show ever – suggests that she might want to speak to her doctor about the medications she’s taking. He points out that she looks “sedated.”
Kim gets mad at Kyle for acting like her mom. Again. Kyle gets huffy about it. Again.
Lisa and Taylor share some awkward moments. Lisa is allegedly spreading rumours that Taylor has no friends. Dear kids: grow up.
Kyle throws a séance party and invites – gasp – Brandi. Everyone manages to be civil AND talk to ghosts at the same time. Lisa’s grandmother apparently says hello, as does Adrienne’s dad. Kyle learns that she was Kim’s mom in a past life.
Kim finally tells Kyle that she has a boyfriend AND that she’s moving in with the guy. Kyle reacts by… crying. I have no idea why that is an appropriate reaction but… there you have it.
And thus concludes another busy and nutty installment of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. It sounds like we have a lot to look forward to next time, including a run-in with Kyle and Kim’s new man. Can’t wait!
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