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Real Housewives of New York is back tonight with another new episode. The RHONY ladies head to Ramona Singer’s house in the Hamptons. And, as per usual, there’s drama about the room selection. And, once again, I can’t imagine anyone in her right mind being at-all-upset sleeping in a mansion. Ramona promised Luann de Lesseps a “private” place to stay. However, the former countess is miffed that she’s in the basement. Oh, Lu. Not a good look, girl.
Ramona thinks she likes Leah McSweeney so far. Leah comes through by gifting Ramona some candles and letting Ramona talk about her journey as a businesswoman. Other than an ugly funeral-usque, mesh bucket hat, she’s gained approval from Ramona. So far, anyway.

In contrast, Sonja Morgan is grossed out by Leah’s tattoos. When did Sonja become so uptight? She even claims that she never has sex with guys who have tattoos. Sure, Sonja. We’re such you do a thorough examination before jumping into bed with someone.

 

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Tinsley Mortimer and Dorinda Medley’s random feud is still a thing. For some reason. And, apparently, Luann is on a quest to redeem herself with the ladies. She apologizes for her recent behavior, but is it sincere? Will the women buy what she’s selling? And, most importantly, will she ever actually change?

 

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TELL US- DOES LEAH SEEM LIKE A GOOD ADDITION TO REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK? IS THE ROOM DRAMA ON TRIPS ENTERTAINING? OR ARE YOU TIRED OF IT? ARE YOU SURPRISED BY SONJA’S ANTI-TATTOO STANCE?

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