It seems impossible that "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" (Bravo, 10 tonight) would be significantly different from the other versions.
That's kind of the point, though, isn't it? Bravo has found a winning formula, and they aim to duplicate it as many times as they can get it to work (we might have to call the near-universally maligned D.C. version a failure), giving us the look at wealth, drama, and relationships we regular folk seem to crave. Now that everyone involved gets the show and it's potential for money, fame or whatever, part of the fun is who seeing who works the camera versus who gets worked over by the camera.
So no, the Beverly Hills edition isn't incredibly different, but there are differences. For one, the fakers in Atlanta can't even pretend to have the kind of wealth on display here.