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‘Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Season 4 Spoilers: Ep. 14, ‘The Birthday Witch’



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On “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 4 episode 14, titled “The Birthday Witch,” Ken and Mauricio have a joint birthday party that Lisa and Kyle are hosting. Things are a bit strange to start off with when Lisa realizes her party planner, Kevin, didn’t totally come through with the pool entertainment. Two young girls show up as synchronized swimmers, but their performance is less than impressive. Things get funny when Jax from “Vanderpump Rules” shows up and jumps in the pool with Kevin. Goofy stuff!

Things kick up a few notches when Carlton is attacked for her witchcraft and she gets defensive with Joyce and Kyle. Joyce worries that Carlton really did put a hex on her. Not only that but Joyce says she’s concerned that one of her kids could get harmed as a result of the hex. Carlton points a finger at Joyce and tells her to “NEVER” bring up kids to her. That certainly struck a nerve!

In other “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” spoilers for episode 14, Kyle and Carlton have it out in front of everyone. Their difference haven’t been resolved and Carlton tells Kyle “not to command” her. Carlton feels attacked by Kyle for practicing Wicca and Kyle yells back at her, “then stop acting like a witch!”

For once it doesn’t seem like Brandi will be the one making a drunken fool out of herself in this “RHOBH” episode. That sounds like a nice switch.

“Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” season 4, episode 14, “The Birthday Witch,” airs on Bravo at 8 p.m., ET.

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