Do you feel that melancholy crispness in the air? It means things are winding down; moving on. Last night, on The Real Housewives of New York City , a similar sense of anxious foreboding was afoot. Things were changing and ending, and not just the season. more
Ugh, Aviva at a health store? I can't stand it. At least her father is there, and dating a black model in her 20s. Fantastic. The banter seems forced on Aviva's end, though. Isn't Christmas over yet? I feel like the Housewives have been building up to it more
Just when you thought the battle between Aviva and Ramona couldn't get any more ridiculous on the Real Housewives of New York City , the catfight reached a new low last night as Aviva allowed George, her 80-year old father, to walk blindly on the battlefi more
So is it a fact, Professor Cohen, that when these Housewives are back on their native island of Manhattan, they become boring again? I asked you a question, Professor Cohen! A simple yes or no would suffice! Order! Order! Overruled. Etc.
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Hahaha, remember what a shockingly awful person Aviva turned out to be in St. Barth's? Remember how Luann hooked up with that guy Tomas, who butt-effed Sonja the next night? And remember how Sonja is still a drunk mess on the verge of a breakdown? OK good more
Tonight's episode of The Real Housewives of New York City transported the drama of St. Barth's back to the city where nothing, absolutely nothing, was resolved. Plus, by the looks of the "Next Time on..." segment, it seems as if they will only get even wo more