The ladies are still in Saratoga where Sonja's drunken meltdown culminates with a half-hearted attempt to flee wearing a shirt that does not count as a dress and absconding LuAnn de Lesseps' limo driver. Unfortunately a coveting of wine momentarily distracts her and Sonja decides to enact her payback by dropping some wine farts before forgiving the other ladies and hitting up the club.
Without a doubt Aviva Drescher's father George is scandalous (and lewd!) but somehow he found a woman who loves him – an attractive and successful one at that. Please do not tell me what his secret is!
Cody tells Bravo's The Dish that her experiences on Real Housewives of New York were mostly positive, she is planning her wedding to George, and that her nail salon is doing fabulously!
"It was nerve-wracking but the ladies are cool," Cody says of appearing on RHONY. "It was my first time meeting Aviva and her co-workers and friends as well," Cody shares. "I was extremely nervous! I was thinking, 'She's [Aviva] going to rip me a new one!' But she was so welcoming and she embraced me. I was more comfortable than I expected to be."
Speaking of Cody, is she, as Ramona Singer claimed. a wayward girl being preyed upon by an aging perv or, as Sonja Morgan believes, a nice girl with a good head on her shoulders who is in love? There's also been some confusion about Cody's name (is she really called Cody?) and her profession (does she really have more money than George?). Cody's brother spoke to Radar Online about his sister's history and established that she is certainly not after George's money. I think that's even worse – I mean that implies she enjoys George's personality. <shudder>
Aviva took to her blog this week to confess that she's mortified by George's actions (and his words) with her co-stars, but says it's a parent's job to embarrass their kids. But I'm pretty sure parents aren't supposed to be handsy and downright crude to their kids' friends, right?
I just want to get out of the way that Aviva Drescher's father George is disgusting. Now Ramona Singer is no slouch when it comes to inappropriate comments and unfathomable rudeness, but at least Pinot mostly restricts her mouth to inserting her pinot-soaked foot in it and spilling out gaffes of astonishing social ineptitude. George, on the other hand, takes it to the level of grotesque and I am frankly insulted that Bravo expected viewers to enjoy that.
In the midst of George and Ramona's argument last night on Real Housewives of New York, she was matched level-for-level with him in trashy, inappropriate comments, although Ramona's comments are as inappropriately lewd in terms of insulting rudeness as George's are in insulting sexual harassment. I'm not going to really repeat what was said save for the fact that if I were Ramona I'd be contacting the EEOC about harassment in the workplace! Yuck and yuck and more yuck!
It would have been nice if one of these two self-righteous hubris-obsessed blowhards could have taken the highroad instead of mutually sinking to an abhorrent level, but alas… not gonna happen right? In other news Sonja Morgangot drunk – send a press release!
"Yuck" is the word that comes to mind when I think of Aviva Drescher's octogenarian perverted father George. I'm sure I am not alone in this feeling. Which is why I'm also sure that I was also not alone in my shock upon discovering George's much-younger girlfriend Cody, who also accepted his proposal last week on Real Housewives of New York.
I could only assume this was a storyline, but in a new blogAviva insists that her father's relationship with Cody is absolutely real and they are in fact planning a wedding. Does Cody perhaps need a lobotomy?
"I am so thrilled for my father and Cody because they are happy. Cody is lovely, smart, and mature. My kids love her and as I write this, my father and Cody are returning from Europe. They are both consenting adults and love is love," Aviva writes in defense of George's choices.
Ramona begins, "It seemed childish when Kristen was speaking to Heather and LuAnnabout me that Heather threw out all these negative nicknames for me. I would think they could discuss me without name calling…I really expected more from Heather, but perhaps she expected more from me in the Berkshires and felt justified."