Rich Kids of Beverly Hills Season 2 Episode 9 Recap: Erase the Lip Gloss

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On Sunday's Rich Kids of Beverly Hills Season 2 Episode 9, the gang took a trip out to Pinedale, Wyoming and found themselves like fish out of water.

If you can imagine Morgan Stewart, Brendan Fitzpatrick, Dorothy Wang, EJ Johnson, Roxy Sowlaty, Jonny Drubel and their pal Saachi in Wyoming ...

Well, then you pretty much know how Rich Kids of Beverly Hills Season 2 Episode 9 turned out. But in the interest of paragraphs, let's briefly recap ...

The second half of the Wyoming trip starts with Morgan pouring out the rest of Brendan's beer, which he was drowning himself in, being all emotional.

"Everywhere I look in Pinedale is triggering old emotions," he said of being back in this all too familiar ground, which brought back so many memories.

Soon enough, it's comic relief time as the crew practices bull whips. Back at the cabin, Brendan asks Jonny about the guy he met online who he fought.

Jonny defends himself by saying that his date was making rude comments, so he was simply defending himself and can we please drop this SRSLY OMG.

Roxy, Dorothy and Saachi go riding with Eric, while, Morgan, Brendan, Jonny and EJ take a pontoon boat out on the lake to relax and get some sun.

EJ is surprised by how much fun he is actually having and would totally return there someday ... if they open up a hotel nice enough for him, of course.

When they head out to a bar, a woman reaches out for Jonny and as she shakes his hand, asks, "Why do you have lip gloss on? Erase the lip gloss."

Oooh. Why, he asks her? She replies, "Because you don't need lip gloss!"

Roxy tries to intervene but is rebuffed, and soon enough, the altercation escalates and the woman tries to wipe off the lip gloss from his face with her hand.

Things get heated, but they eventually leave without injury or arrest, but it's worth it to watch Rich Kids of Beverly Hills online and see this whole exchange.

The next day, Jonny says that he's talking to a therapist about his past to learn about his present, and how not to let earlier bullying impact him today.

Before heading home, Brendan and Morgan talk about how divorce was a very large and upsetting part of his past, which is why he takes things slow.

Morgan feels like this moment is, like, so special. Is it dusty in here?

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