EXCLUSIVE: Kyle Richards and Andy Cohen Preview 'Bizarre' 'RHOBH' Reunion and 'Crazy' Hong Kong Trip

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Kyle Richards says it might be time for her to stop taking vacations with the ladies of The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills.

“We never learn our lesson!” she tells ET. “I swear. And you know what's funny? I've been doing this show going on seven years now, and I get excited to go on these trips every time. I swear to God, I just don't learn my lesson.”

The next couple episodes of the Bravo hit will find the women on an all-cast trip to Hong Kong, which looks to be quite dramatic.

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“It's just very different,” she admits. “The city were in, the place, we have new cast members and Erika Jayne, it's her second year, so she's still a new cast member and Dorit, so just a very different dynamic … Nobody could seem to get it together.”

The teaser for the episodes shows Erika in tears, shouting, “You don’t know what I deal with every night” to someone else in the group.

“When she got upset, it was like someone took over her body,” Kyle says. “It was not even her voice. I looked over, what is that? Who is that? What is going on? It was a really crazy moment.”

This season’s reunion also promises to be crazy. Kyle jokes she’s “hanging by a thread” after taping the special.

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“Bizarre,” Kyle offers. “I don’t think I’ve used that word before. It was bizarre, crazy and emotional, and so draining. It was a very strange one at times.”

ET caught up with the Bravo star at the Family Equality Council’s Impact Awards at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel, just one day after filming the season seven reunion.

“There were walk-offs, screaming, tears,” Kyle recalls. “Some laughing, but it was just a reunion unlike anything we've ever had.”

executive producer Andy Cohen, who hosts the reunions, agrees with Kyle. This one is bizarre.

“Something kind of bizarre happens that triggers a series of events that are [also] bizarre, but very dramatic,” he tells ET via phone. “The Beverly Hills women, they keep it calm. They do get very emotional, and very… their words hurt, you know? It was good. I mean, Kim Richards came. Eden [Sassoon] was there for a bit. [Dorit Kemsley’s husband] PK was there for a bit. So, it was really good.”

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“The Beverly Hills women -- I’m going to be doing the Atlanta reunion at the end of the week, and it will probably be different from the Beverly Hills reunion,” Andy continues. “They communicate differently in every city that we’re in, from Jersey to New York City to Beverly Hills to Atlanta.”

Well, there is lots to talk about in Atlanta, too. Andy will help the cast tackle the ongoing battle between Kandi Burruss, Porsha Williams and Phaedra Parks over Kandi allegedly trying to seduce her co-stars.

“I am going to cover it like the press is covering [Donald] Trump and Russia,” Andy promises. “I am going to go all in. I am going to be relentless, and I won’t stop until I get answers … [I’m doing] the Lord’s work.”

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills
airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. ET on Bravo. The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET.

ET recently caught up with Kandi, too, and she confessed she’s scared to tape the Atlanta reunion. Check out the video below to learn more.