Real Housewives of New York City Week 3 Recap
Typos are generally provided by a Grey Goose
- I have to leave for the airport
- Bullet points to get it done quickly
- These women are mean
- It is fascinating
- Weekend trip to the Hamptons
- Tinsley’s voice is grating
- Sonja’s attachment to the past is grating
- Dorinda’s complaining is grating
- Luann’s sex toy toilet is interesting
- Carole is staying at Bethenny’s house
- Dorinda is staying at Luann’s house
- Bethenny is gossiping about Sonja’s gossiping
- Sonja needs to move on from the Berkshires
- I’m bored
- Tom is no longer your lover Sonja
- He was probably never your lover
- He was a fuck buddy
- Own it
- Everyone should have one
- Victoria, like her mom, sounds like a man
- Dorinda is really mean
- Sonja danced with a stripper!
- Said nobody ever
- Dorinda can’t pronounce the word content
- Carole and the election is a bore
- Carole is idiotic
- Bethenny confirms as much
- Furs are repulsive
- You’re no longer a Countess Luann
- Move on
- Carole has acupuncture for therapy stress
- She’s so annoying
- I can’t
- Time for a drink
- Bethenny likes pain
- Carole has toe fungus
- Bethenny points out Carole’s crooked teeth
- I love cupping
- Twice a week and love it
- Time for dinner
- I’m ready to be done
- Ramona is delusional
- She’s not friends with Avery’s friends
- Bless her
- Dinner is Bethenny, Dorinda, Luann, Carole, Ramona
- So fake
- No contact sine the reunion
- The election is stressing Carole out
- Bethenny is over Carole’s politics
- Ramona thinks Carole is tool
- Ramona talks about Bethenny’s porn
- Bethenny handles it like a rock star
- Ramona is mentally deficient
- It wasn’t porn, it was boobs
- Ramona’s lips are distracting
- These women are painfully dumb
- Hooray for us
- Bethenny calls out Luann on her lack of manners
- Ramona’s filler is hardening as we watch the scene
- Ramona says Carole can’t get because she has no kids
- Carole says Ramona is like Trump
- Ramona calls Bethenny stupid
- She is smart in business but socially inept
- Bethenny tells Luann she doesn’t care about her opinion
- Ramona and Luann are now attacking Bethenny
- They call her a witch and wicked
- Bethenny leaves
- Bethenny is a baby
- She also forgets her own vicious tongue
- Sonja is staying with another friend
- She has Tinsley with her
- They are not entertaining as a team
- Oh well
- Things are getting ugly in the Hamptons
- Ramona, Luann and Dorinda are having lunch
- Bethenny does not play fair
- Dorinda is talking shit about Sonja
- Sonja needs to grow up
- Dorinda needs to grow up
- Sonja is going to get butchered
- Dorinda is the butcher
- Sonja says she’s moved on from the Berkshires
- I call bullshit
- Sonja cannot save herself on this one
- The Hamptons needs a colorist
- Blonde isn’t for everyone
- Bethenny is skipping Ramona’s
- Dorinda has a mobster stalking Sonja
- Dorinda looks like a fool right now
- Are these women ever embarrassed?
- Oy vey with this behavior
- I’ll be back next week
- Drunk, but keeping it real
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