Tonight on E! their new reality show #RichKids of Beverly Hills airs with a new episode called, “#mansionhunting.” E!’s new series “#RichKids of Beverly Hills” takes viewers inside an elite circle of wealthy twenty-somethings whose closets are filled with items from the world’s most luxurious brands.
#Luxury. #Style. #Drama. #JetSetting. #Limitless. #Fashion. Welcome to the lives of the most elite young socialites and stars of E!’s #RichKids of Beverly Hills. The cast of the show is Dorothy Wang, Morgan Stewart, Roxy Sowlaty, Brendan Fitzpatrick and Jonny Drubel, this group isn’t afraid to treat themselves to a few nice things. When they’re not working hard for the money (or not working at all), these kids know how to live life to the fullest. Trips, social media and yes, selfies, are all high priorities.
On tonight’s episode two it follows Dorothy as she goes house hunting in Beverly Hills after finally deciding to move out of her parents’ home. In addition, the self-proclaimed “Persian Princess,” Roxy, confides in Morgan after she gets some life-changing news: her unlimited spending is being cut off by her concerned parents.
Tonight is going to be another crazy episode that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of E!’s “#RichKids of Beverly Hills” tonight at 10PM EST! Meanwhile, while you wait for our recap hit the comments and let us know how excited you are about this season of #RichKids of Beverly Hills?
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Tonight’s episode of #RichKids of Beverly Hills opens with Dorothy and Morgan shopping. Dorothy wants to throw a pool party with thirty or forty people. She only wants people to come that she likes, so it is going to be hard to find thirty people she can invite. Roxy shows up at the store and they get to work trying to find people they can invite to their pool party. After dropping $4,000.00 on clothes, they head out to get manicures. Dorothy confides in Morgan that she is thinking about moving out of her parents’ house. “Even though her parents own homes all over the world,” she wants her own house that she can call her own. It can’t be in Santa Monica though, she “hates Santa Monica.”
Brendan takes Morgan, and Dorothy to look at some potential houses for Dorothy. Dorothy doesn’t like the first house though, because it “isn’t within a five mile radius of Barney’s.”
Roxy pays her Aunt Marjan a visit because she is stressed. Roxy’s parents are “cutting her off.” Roxy is in tears, she can’t believe her parents aren’t going to buy her a new car, and she can’t take her dog shopping tonight.
Dorothy and Morgan check out another apartment. They check out the “selfie lighting” in every room of the apartment to see if it is a good match. She tells the realtor she will “think about it.”
It’s time for their Mexican Fiesta pool-party. Dorothy and Morgan are filling their piñata and getting their make-up done, and their friend Jay shows up to help them. He says he invited a few “groupers.” “Groupers” are bottom-feeders, people who just float around at the bottom and pick up anything they can get. Jay thinks “Scott Disick is a grouper.”
Roxy is feeling self-conscious at the pool-party because her friends are talking about taking a trip to Greece. She takes Morgan aside and explains to her that her parents are cutting her off. Her parents are letting her stay at home, and giving her a “little bit of spending money,” but she can’t go on any trips or buy a new car.
Dorothy announces to her friends that she is going to put in an offer at “The Century.” It’s basically like living in a luxury hotel, but in a condo. Her friends think that is the best decision for her, and they are proud of her for making a big move.