Even though I have to, I don’t really want to discuss the ruminating super drama between Bethenny Frankel and Luann de Lesseps. Instead I’d like to focus on the positive and give a prodigious shout-out to Sonja Tremont Morgan, a lady who has turned over a new leaf and out flew a butterfly. Hats off – designer hats with no repairs, that is – to Sonja for being Real Housewives Of New York‘s class-act last night!
The ladies are all yachting around while talking in circles about Tom. Tom-T-Tom-Tom-TOOOM. Poor Sonja has a harness on her dress to holster in her heart nice and tight. But that thing looks uncomfortable and like her boobs were begging for as much mercy as her poor little broken pitter-patter. Sonja admits to Carole Radziwill and Ramona Singer that, well, maybe she’s a little nervous about seeing Tom because well, maybe, she had deeper feelings for him than she let on, and well, Luann is just not really interested in addressing this. Furthermore, Sonja had no idea that Lu knew she and Tom were a thing.
I really do like Jules Wainstein, but I just don’t know if this whole reality TV thing is for her. She doesn’t contribute much to the story lines and she doesn’t have great commentary about the women who actually do.
Carole gushes over the Shahs of Sunset, “It is authentic; it is real. You guys really love each other, and when you hate each other, you really hate. It is the difference between great reality and…” MJ interjects, “Fluff.”
Andy plays the “Gloating while Boating” clip of Luann de Lesseps for Carole. Carole says she has never seen Luann happier. MJ, who is just as incapable of keeping her mouth shut as she is of keeping her boobs inside her clothing, says Luann is way over the top with the whole relationship. Carole admits she’s a little bit over the top, but adds, “But it was actually really sweet.”
Bethenny Frankel had Carole Radziwill on her radio show again last week. The two Real Housewives of New York co-stars broadcast B Real with Bethenny from the Hamptons. They dished on everything from Carole’s sex life with Adam Kenworthy, the BRUTAL Real Housewives of New York reunion coming up and they gossiped about their co-stars – lawsuits, drugs and more!
I am so tired of hearing about Luann de Lesseps’s engagement. Don’t get me wrong, I am a fan of the Countess, but I can’t deal with people who turn their wedding DAY into a wedding year. Not only that, but I’m so over her acting like she is the only person who has ever been engaged and alleging that the other women are jealous. No. One. Is. Jealous.
Considering that this topic has been repeated so many times throughout the season, I figured that Luann would have major beef with Sonja Morgan and Ramona Singer– who we ALL know dated Luann’s fiance Tom D’Agostino – but Luann foreshadows a different kind of drama in the second half of the “to be continued” episode. Bethenny Frankel was barely in the episode, but Lu’s given us a major hint about what to expect next week on Real Housewives of New York.
Carole got into an argument with some viewers on twitter and lashed out at them for being, well, viewers. I agree hate-tweeting is out of control, but get some blockers, and rise above. Remember, smarty girl, these viewers pay your bills! Also, Carole threw a dog wedding – who’s dumb now?
Last night the ladies of Real Housewives Of New York headed to Miami. No one was very happy about it except for Luann de Lesseps who is eager for the opportunity to show off her amazing, transformational, earth shattering, soul mating love – again. Yes, I think the operative word is “mating”. With other Housewives that is! Which begs the question: are three Housewives better than one?
I understand why Bethenny doesn’t want to go, since sharks smell blood, but why can’t the other ladies go as planned? Bethenny can remain in NYC, get her surgery, and then launch Skinnygirl Tampons or something. We all know she doesn’t want to go, and none of the other women actually want her to go – except for maybe Carole Radziwill, who seems to have more fun sans Beth. Beth On/Beth Off – and Mr. Miyagi says you control your own destiny, Carole