'Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' Season 4, Episode 13: Preview, TV Info, & More

Tonight’s all new episode of the “Real Housewives of Beverly Hills” is appropriately titled “The Curse of Carlton”. New cast member Carlton has made quite a splash in her first season. When she isn’t building sex dungeons and shopping for lingerie with her mother-in-law, she’s practicing witchcraft and kissing Brandi. She’s a reality producer’s dirty dream. Much of tonight’s action revolves around an adults only pool party thrown at Carlton’s house. The atmosphere at the place seems to be a mix of Hustler and Party City. From the Bravo preview it doesn’t look like a Housewives friendly place.

Between the stripping aerobic class and this party there has been more pole action on this show than the beginning of World War II. If the sexy vibe in the party doesn’t produce quality TV, there’s always awkward interactions between Kyle and Carlton. Spying her new pentagram tattoo, Kyle makes the mistake of thinking it’s a Star of David. How dare she mistake a forty year old woman’s neck tattoo. If the party fizzles there’s added Carlton bonus in this week’s new episode.

Carlton and Joyce haven’t gotten along all season, and this week the relationship grows colder when Joyce discounts Carlton’s Wiccan lifestyle. Well Carlton knows how to deal with people being insensitive. She casts a spell on them. That’s a great way to convert people to your beliefs. “You think I’m just a witch over a cauldron? Well I just hexed you! That makes you seem so ignorant”.

Here’s a clip of the Hexing, a first for the “Real Housewives” franchise.

Be there tonight for all of the toil and trouble caused by Carlton and the rest of the women of Beverly Hills.

Date: Monday, January 27th
Episode Title: “The Curse of Carlton”
Start Time: 8:00 pm ET
Watch: Bravo
Online Stream: BravoTV.com

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