The Real Housewives of New York City went to a rodeo in Montana on Tuesday, but they ended up stampeding all over hostess Kristen Taekman when they went glamping.
"Move over, bitch," Heather Thomson said to Taekman in their tricked-out tent in the middle of Big Sky Country after the two had exchanged heated words earlier in the day.
"Really? You're calling me a bitch right now?" asked Taekman. "I've not seen this side of Heather before."
The Real Housewives of New York City were, almost literally, fish out of water on Tuesday.
On a trip to Montana, the wives tried their manicured hands at a lot of outdoor activities, including fly-fishing, but largely came up empty-handed.
"I had a vision of fish flying out of the water," said Kristen Taekman, while Ramona Singer worried more about the fishy fashion. "The worst part of fly-fishing is the outfit … I look like Humpty Dumpty."
Sonja Morgan had no shame about her "walk of shame" on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of New York City.
"No one is concerned?" asked Kristen Taekman, whom Morgan invited over for a beauty treatment, but she wasn't home when she arrived the next morning. "Only Sonja could get away with this stuff."
Cue Morgan sneaking back into her house.
Sex and Saratoga were front and center on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of New York City.
Aviva Drescher held an engagement party for her 76-year-old father, George, at, appropriately enough, the Museum of Sex, after he proposed to his 25-year-old girlfriend, Cody, in last week's episode.
"The Museum of Sex is an obvious choice for my father's engagement party," joked Drescher, before turning serious. "I believe that Cody and my father are truly in love, and while it may be unconventional, I support my father."
Sonja Morgan held a funeral for her dog on Tuesday's Real Housewives of New York City, and although it was a touching tribute, the memorial service was also – in typical Sonja style – a little "ruff" around the edges.
"I'm finally ready to say goodbye to my dog of 18 years," said an emotional Morgan. "I used Millou as a crutch … He was my shadow."
Morgan decided to toss a fancy funeral, asking the wives to wear black dresses and hats, and she even attempted to write her own eulogy, but Siri wouldn't cooperate.
The Real Housewives of New York City held an intervention Tuesday for Ramona Singer, who bolted the Berkshires in a private plane after tossing a wine glass at Kristen Taekman.
And shock of shocks: The intervention worked. Well, sort of.
"Call it an intervention, call it a confrontation," said Heather Thomson, whose home Singer fled, lying to the ladies and heading to the Hamptons.
"How was the party?" LuAnn de Lesseps asked, referencing the Twitter photo she received showing Singer at a Hamptons party. "You blew us off, and you lied about it."
It's a bird, it's a plane, it's Ramona Singer.
On Tuesday's Real Housewives of New York City, Singer dealt with her glass tossing fight with Kristen Taekman by flying the coop – er – Berkshires.
Unsettled by the Taekman tension and saying she was haunted by memories of her abusive father, Singer called a friend with a private plane to head home to heal, but instead headed to the Hamptons.
The Real Housewives of New York City celebrated the Fourth of July on Tuesday night's episode, and – of course – there were plenty of fireworks.
The biggest sparks, however, turned out to be the biggest surprise, as BFFs Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan got into a heated exchange at a Hamptons holiday party Singer hosted.
After the two had earlier discussed Morgan's Chapter 11 bankruptcy and her mounting concerns she might lose her home, the talk turned tense while testing Singer's newest wine.
Is Ramonja no more?
Hold the Pinot Grigio: A sneak peek at the next Real Housewives of New York City suggests best buddies Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan are on the outs.
Singer, 56, missed Morgan's "cabaret-meets-soft burlesque" show a few episodes back while vacationing with her daughter in South Africa. Once Singer returned, she apparently unfurled less-than-flattering comments about Morgan's performance – and the toaster-oven entrepreneur isn't putting up with her friend's criticism.