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Tonight the Real Housewives Of Orange County travel to Miami – a far-flung locale where no Housewives have ever ventured before! So daring! So exciting! So unique!

Of course, this trip to unchartered territories does not come without its drama. Braunwyn Windham-Burke convinces Kelly Dodd to attend, even though Kelly’s inner voice is telling her to staaaaaay home, because duh – they have beaches in Orange County too! 

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Before they leave Vicki Gunvalson shares an exciting announcement with a select few members of her friend group (I’m just shocked this big news wasn’t filmed – and I wonder if Steve Lodge preferred it this way, which factored into Vicki’s reduced role this season?). Before Vicki officially announces her news to everyone Briana Culberson visits… Uh-oh!

Shannon Beador goes to court for her divorce and finally gets a resolution that legally dissipates her marriage to David. Yay!

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Ready to celebrate the end of so much drama the ladies travel to Miami for a fun night of clubbing that takes a toxic turn when Kelly insults Shannon, leading to a huge argument.

The following day Tamra Judge defends Shannon, and tries to play mediator between her and Kelly. When Tamra tries to exonerate herself against the accusation that she talked shit about Kelly, things blow up in her face in a major way. And Tamra reacts by doing what Tamra does best: storming away from the mess she created!

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