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Ramona Singer Says “How Smart Can Dennis Be? I Mean, He Was On Drugs” On Tonight’s Real Housewives Of New York Episode

The blondes vs. brunettes dynamics continue on tonight’s Real Housewives of New York episode. Dorinda Medley sits out Barbara Kavovit’s clambake, after she was unceremoniously disinvited. However, Ramona still attends even though she was not welcome as well.

Ramona is still at odds with Luann de Lesseps and Bethenny Frankel. Plus, she doesn’t seem to like Barbara too much. At all. Those two will definitely be screaming at each other later in the season. Right? So why would she go to this party? Oh, yeah: for the camera time. And the clams, right? Maybe Ramona just had a major craving for some seafood.

Aside from awkward and semi-offensive interactions with her costars, Ramona actually says something awful. During tonight’s Real Housewives of New York episode, Ramona remarks, “How smart can Dennis [Shields] be? I mean, he was on drugs.” As Ramona would say “Wow. Wow. Just, wow.” She’s going to face a lot of backlash for that one.

In other news, the ladies all gather to celebrate Sonja Morgan’s Paper Magazine cover. And no, she did not go with the full frontal nude approach that Kim Kardashian did back in the day.

Tinsley Mortimer’s scene-stealing mother Dale drops in for a visit. Thankfully there are no wedding dress or embryo-induced tears involved.

Bethenny discusses her engagement to Dennis in a very emotional conversation with Dorinda. He even gave her daughter Bryn a ring during the proposal! Try not to tear up during that scene.

But back to the drama. Dorinda doesn’t want Barbara in the middle of her drama with Luann, but apparently, it’s fine if Bethenny is. And, yes, they’re still fighting over this Jovani nonsense.

TELL US- WHAT DO YOU THINK OF THIS REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK SEASON SO FAR? IS BARBARA A GOOD FIR ON REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK? WHAT DO YOU THINK ABOUT THE COMMENT RAMONA MADE ABOUT DENNIS?

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