Trash, trash talk and talk Teresa Giudice didn't want to hear filled Sunday's Real Housewives of New Jersey.
"I don't go to psychics regularly," said Giudice, who went to see BFF Dina Manzo's friend and spiritual medium, James Van Praagh. "It is weird, right?"
Maybe she should have listened to her own intuition, because she didn't like what she heard about husband Joe's fraud charges.
One way to add more drama to The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills? Throw in a couple of former soap opera stars.
Just a week after PEOPLE learned that Days of Our Lives alum Lisa Rinna will appear in the Bravo series, a source says that Eileen Davidson is now set to join her soap opera star pal next season on the reality show.
While she's no stranger to hurling insults, Aviva Drescher took it a step further on the Real Housewives of New York City season finale by tossing her prosthesis across the room.
"There were three shrews attacking me, and I really just wanted them to zip it," she tells PEOPLE. "Some people throw down their glasses when they get angry and I just threw down my prosthesis. And you know what? It worked. They fled."
Never far from some drama, Drescher has faced off with several of her cast mates on season 6 of the Bravo reality show, but when it came to tossing her leg, it was a first, even for her.
It was truly a "leg-endary" finale for The Real Housewives of New York City Tuesday, as the season ended with a surprising exclamation when an incensed Aviva Drescher removed her artificial leg and tossed it across Le Cirque.
The season's memorable last leg, fittingly enough, just might rival the insanity of Teresa Giudice's table flip on season 1 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey.
After Shannon Beador's mega-meltdown on last week's The Real Housewives of Orange County, it was only a matter of time before the blood pressure of the other wives was raised.
After the latest shouting match between Beador and Heather Dubrow, which saw Beador storm out of Lizzie Rovsek's beach house party, Beador took a walk with her husband, David, and then apologized to the wives for getting upset.
"I feel as though I got ambushed," said Beador. "I'm human, but I'm not proud of my display of humanness."
The Real Housewives of New Jersey celebrated Christmas on Sunday night, and Santa certainly seemed to have a naughty and a nice list.
"There's something nice about being home for the holidays and out of the public eye," said an emotional Teresa Giudice, who faces possible jail time along with her husband, Joe, after pleading guilty to fraud charges. "It's all just hanging over us."
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Apollo Nida hasn't even started serving his eight-year prison sentence, but he's already questioning his marriage with Phaedra Parks.
Asked point-blank if their relationship would weather his time behind bars, Nida responded matter-of-factly.
When it comes to her brood of six, sometimes even Kim Zolciak Biermann can't believe she's given birth to such a big family.
"It's incredible," the reality star tells PEOPLE. "I thought I was done with my girls. I was on Real Housewives of Atlanta and my girls were out of the baby stage. If I never got married again, I was okay. And if I never had any more children, I was okay, too. I was in a great place and then bam!"
While the Real Housewives of New Jersey cast celebrate the holidays in the second episode of Season 6, cameras catch Teresa and Joe Giudice discussing the possibility of serving jail time before their fraud sentencing hearing in September.
Author Carole Radziwill celebrated her 50th birthday, fittingly enough, with a Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil party on Tuesday's Real Housewives of New York City, and – in addition to real butterflies, chandeliers, lots of lace, mannequins and snake handlers – there were plenty of other surprises.
"I never celebrated my birthday after my husband died," said Radziwill, who stated she initially wasn't looking forward to celebrating her 50th, "but I feel sexy and empowered and strong."
Although New York's health department nixed the snakes, Heather Thomson, who planned Radziwill's birthday bash, was able to infuse NYC with Southern charm as well as all the dirty secrets from John Berendt's best seller.