The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 Episode 8 Recap: Let's Talk About Kim!

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Picking up where last week left off, The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills Season 6 Episode 8 featured another dose of Bethenny Frankel.

That's right, it was Part II of RHOBH: Hamptons Edition!

It was also Part MMXCVI of the Kim Richards saga.

Big surprise there, we know. Who would've thunk.

"The topic of my sister always comes in, it always comes back to that," Kyle said, and even Bethenny's book signing was proof positive.

Kylie notes that regarding Kim Richards' arrest for shoplifting at Target, "the whole story wasn't on TMZ," which will pique our curiosity.

Still, she's getting a little bit tired of always talking about it.

"I am tortured, but it's a personal thing," she told Lisa Vanderpump at dinner. "It's affected me deeply and I can't talk about it."

"There's literally nothing anybody can do," Kyle lamented.

Any idea to help Kim at this point, "I have f--king done."

Recurring "friend" of the wives Faye Resnick told her, "If you don't reach out to her and something happens, you're going to be upset."

Kyle accepts Faye's candor, because she's like family.

"I don't know how I can even be helpful to her," Kyle told Resnick, adding, "I need to have her in my life from a distance right now." 

Erika Girardi said she has lost a family member to addiction and that she was familiar with the sad, helpless, powerlessness of it all. 

The gang then shared what keeps them up at night.

Vanderpump said she had no current troubles, which we would normally call B.S. on except for the fact that it's Lisa Vanderpump.

Seriously, the woman's middle name is nonplussed.

Eileen Davidson, by contrast, dropped a bombshell, revealing that she has had to overcome abuse in her love life. Pretty jarring.

Between that and Yolanda Foster's health crisis, it's not like the women of the 90210 are really all that different from us sometimes.

That's all for this week. Follow the link to watch The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills online, via the video above, in is entirety now.

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