Carole and Jules had a ‘bonding moment’ over being the two skinniest girls in the room at Dorinda Medley’s bra party, but Carole isn’t buying Jules’ claims that she comes by her thinness naturally! Carole is confused about Jules defense being that she gets her period every day.
“Huh?” wonders Carole. “It’s kind of like hearing a friend you suspect drinks too much say, ‘What? I don’t drink too much, I never even black out.’ Ummm, okay.”
Bethenny Frankel really can do it all. It seems like there is no limit to what Bethenny will add to her personal brand. Now, she can add radio host to her resume. Bethenny will soon host her own radio show on Andy Cohen‘s Sirius XM station Radio Andy. Bethenny‘s show has the perfect name too: B Real with Bethenny.
B Real with Bethenny will be a two-hour show that airs once a week starting on May 2, so her fans won’t have to wait too long to hear Bethenny‘s opinions on the radio. This seems like the perfect fit for Bethenny since she already has hosting experience with her now-defunct talk show Bethenny.
Amid the the center of the giant fall-out about Dorinda Medley‘s relationship, is the 20-year friendship of Dorinda and Ramona Singer. But are they truly that close?! Not according to Sonja Morgan, who hints that the ladies may be lying about their level of friendship!
Dorinda admits right out of the gate that she’s struggling to explain her thoughts after this week’s episode, “I’m having a really hard time putting my feelings into words this week. I still can’t really believe what happened and have had to watch it three times just to get my head around it.”
Of course, Bethenny is the queen of “I told you so,” and she’s also still wary of new addition Jules Wainstein. Someone younger and skinnier? She must be horrendous! (At least according to the laws of Skinnygirl).
Except before John even arrived, the ladies were having trouble keeping their opinions to themselves.
Poor Jules got quite an initiation attending her first RHONY party. She believed Dorinda Medley invited her to shop for lingerie, but quickly learned that was merely a scantily clad covering for drama! “One minute you’re the hostess… next, you’re NOT the mostest,” muses Jules.
After the blow up between Dorinda, Bethenny Frankel, and Ramona at the brassiere (or “brawr” – depending on who you ask) party, everyone has a drink and Dorinda puffs a Newport Light 100 (or maybe it was one of Jules Wainstein‘s Virginia Slims left over from 1977 kept in a fireproof dry box under the bed, the blessed creatures pulled out for emergencies only. She better buy some on eBay to get through Real Housewives Of New York).