The Real Housewives of New York City Weekly Recap; Episode 7: Travel Restrictions
By: OJ&B Contributing Writer Helen Cooper Hello all! Are you upset about the last couple weeks’ radio silence. I hope not, my preciou...
By: OJ&B Contributing Writer Helen Cooper
Hello all! Are you upset about the last couple weeks’ radio silence. I hope not, my precious readers. I wouldn’t want you to get any sadness wrinkles and have to stick your face up with botulism like those sad ladies over in Orange County. That would just be too tragic. Thankfully, we exist in a different zip code. One in which everyone wears black and knows how to tell off a cabbie and never, ever over-peroxides. That’s right, chickadees, we’re safely in NYC.
Speaking of bucket lists, Jill says that Morocco is legit on hers. And after consulting with her father Bobby, who signs her permission slip, this Zarin is ready to field trip it up. Cindy’s in, as she only has two small babies and a multi-million dollar business keeping her in NYC, so it’s mad easy for her to just jet off to Morocco. Kelly is a harder nut to crack. See, she’s still emotionally reeling from her time on Scary Island. You might recall it. It was the best thing to ever be on television. Kelly, I think, was off her meds. Not that I’m suggesting that she needs to be medicated — for legal reasons, I AM NOT SUGGESTING THAT. There was just a little batty talk about jellybeans and people wanting to stab her with knives and some wicked paranoia going on. But this season she’s been so sweet and calm and funny and I have been consistently Team Kelly. I can see why she doesn’t want to ruin all that by subjecting herself to Scary Desert. That said, there is another part of me, a large part of me, who cares more about my television viewing experience than I do about Kelly Killoren Bensimon not breaking and having visions of jellybeans. I mean, how epic would it be if all of the women were there? Kelly’s still on the fence.
Plus, here is a collection of screnbgrabs of Ramona looking insane at the charity event:
Sigh. So that was it. A whole ton of storm-brewing before a 3 WEEK MOROCCAN EXTRAVAGANZA. I’m sure the ladies (Kelly included! She’s coming! Hooray!) will just leisurely sip tea while they diffuse tension in an adult-like manner and not fight at all. I’m sure that will happen.
Turtle Time: 10--Turtle Time isn't fun when it happens all the time
Sonja Being Fabulous: 9