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‘The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Season 12, Episode 9: Free live stream, time, TV channel

Despite it shaping up as one of the duller seasons we’ve seen in a while, “The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” keeps chugging away on Season 12. After last week’s silly spat between newbie Denise Jenkins and perennial pot-stirrer Sutton Stracke, Wednesday’s Episode 9, titled, “Calamity Jayne,” sounds like it will once again bring Erika Jayne/Girardi into the spotlight for more eyebrow-raising behavior.
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