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The ladies have brunch at Kathryn and Donnie's San Diego home, but emotions run high when Kyle's sister Kim is brought up and Kathryn reveals pain from her past. Eileen gets an Erika Jayne makeover, while Kyle meets with an old friend who has some advice for dealing with her sister. Then, the shadow of Munchausen Syndrome casts a dark cloud over Erika's sexy outdoor pool party as tempers reach their boiling point.

Episode Title: Hearing Problems
Airs: 2016-02-16 at 21:00
  • Heather Havrilesky

    They can barely speak, or formulate a cohesive thought. They can't see clearly. They plod forward at an excruciating pace, stumbling clumsily over each other to get closer to the camera. They are easily distracted by bright lights, and shiny things. But they are so hungry, so ravenous! And that makes them vicious. Yes, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills are just as terrifying as the others of their kind.

    Salon Full Review
  • David Hinckley

    The best thing that can be said for the six Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on their opening night is that they aren't as annoying as their counterparts in New York or New Jersey. The fact they don't make us want to wash our hands, though, is not the same as saying their self-absorbed dramas are worth an hour of our lives.

    New York Daily News Full Review
  • Alessandra Stanley

    It is a credit to the casting scouts of Bravo that they managed to sign up a crew of women every bit as uninhibited and ostentatious as their predecessors.

    The New York Times Full Review
  • Mark A. Perigard

    There's an undercurrent of desperation in this spinoff--the belief that a woman is only as good as her face and figure, and that there's always some pretty thing on her way up to take her place. These women know they are disposable. That's the ugly truth lining the sun-kissed streets of Beverly Hills.

    Boston Herald Full Review
  • Robert Lloyd

    Some of these women are troubled, certainly, but none of them seems like trouble. Indeed, I felt a little sad at times, watching--not as I usually do, for the society that could produce such a program, but for the actual women in it, as far as I could make them out.

    Los Angeles Times Full Review
  • Tom Gliatto

    The formula still works. The Real Housewives of DC wasn't any fun, but the new Beverly Hills chapter delivers. [18 Oct 2010, p.37]

    People Weekly Full Review
  • Valerie Kellogg

    Housewives fans will enjoy the show but might tire of seeing yet another cast of wealthy, self-indulgent women. It might be time to change it up.

    Newsday Full Review
  • Jessica Shaw

    You'd think Beverly Hills would be the ideal setting for a new Housewives. But something about the camera-ready personal trainers, fresh blowouts, and requisite forehead-filler scene makes you miss the real-ness of a NeNe, Caroline, or Ramona.

    Entertainment Weekly Full Review