RHOA Season 4

Reality Tea is ranking of every, single Housewife from every, single season from almost every Real Housewives franchise. You can find Part 1 of our rankings here. Now we finally return with Part 2 (aka the big ole mush in the middle)!

In Part 1 we mostly covered most Housewives who were either too crazy to be legit, or didn’t make much of an impact, or were just so miscast and off it was painful. Some of them were too nice, or too timid, or not rich enough, or too desperate. If she’s only a Housewife for a season, there’s usually a reason!

Below we continue to analyze and dissect the ladies from Real Housewives Of New JerseyReal Housewives Of AtlantaReal Housewives Of PotomacReal Housewives Of New YorkReal Housewives Of Beverly HillsReal Housewives Of DallasReal Housewives of Miami, and Real Housewives Of Orange County. We’re skipping the short-lived Real Housewives Of DC, because no one even remembers who they are. Well except for one…

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So what factors into how a Housewife is ranked? For me, it’s how much ‘realness’ is involved in their story, how interesting their life is, and how much someone’s inclusion has impacted the show – whether that be good or bad. What drops someone in the ranking is when they’re all about fabricated drama or hiding parts of their life and focusing on ‘storyline’ only. Of course there are exceptions.

Some Housewives are sheer mechanisms for advancing drama, and without them it is hard to imagine how the show would progress, while others are just intriguing (or intoxicating) to watch. Or, sometimes it’s just a feeling!

Stay tuned for Part 3, in which we name the best of the worst, or the worst of the best, or, well, maybe just the most talked about ladies of Bravo!

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