how to find the episode i was in

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I worked 1 day a few yrs ago as a stand-in (cameras/lighting) for Yolanda Hadid - RHOBH. I would like to submit myself for that but don't know how to find the episode. Any ideas? I don't have my voucher. I have a picture. 
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Jeorj Euler

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It is possible that IMDb sadly does not have the information, so you may have to check with the studio or some other information source.
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Cindy Buck, what is the URL to the IMDb name page about you, by the way?
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Thank you, but I was a stand-in for her on a Real Housewives of Beverly Hills set. If you are able to see the picture I attached to my question, you can see the set. 
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... and now she is a stand-in for you on IMDb ;)
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Cindy, Do yo know the date?
She was involved with 95 possible episodes.
If you know the date, we can figure it out.
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By the way you will excuse me for not recognizing the set. I have never seen the show.
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I don't have my voucher. Didn't keep them once I got paid. So, no. I don't know the date. If I did I could figure it out too.
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