Part One of The Real Housewives of New York City reunion was filled with juicy lines, but Part Two on Tuesday was filled with fights.
The tensest moment of the reunion came when host Andy Cohen asked Ramona Singer about her divorce from husband Mario and their current relationship.
"Everyone in my family is doing well," Singer started, refusing to say anything further because of her daughter. "Mario and I are together … Let's go to someone else. Thanks, Andy."
When Cohen tried to push the discussion, Singer pushed back.
Although the Real Housewives of Orange County traveled to paradise on Monday night, all was not jolly in Bali.
"I'm hoping Bali is the peaceful, spiritual, cleansing moment we all need for our relationships," said Heather Dubrow, before the wives embarked on what Vicki Gunvalson described as a "900-hour" plane ride.
They may be rookies, but the three newest Real Housewives of New Jersey certainly brought out old-school Jersey drama on Sunday.
The housewives attended a First Responders-themed costume party, only to witness a five-alarm fire breaking out when hostess Nicole Napolitano confronted Amber Marchese about the rumors that she heard Marchese was spreading about her being a homewrecker.
After last week's leg-endary finale of The Real Housewives of New York City, it was time for the rowdy reunion on Tuesday.
And what better way to recount the biggest drama from the Big Apple than with the juiciest lines from Part One of their reunion?
It wasn't a happy birthday for Lizzie Rovsek on Monday's The Real Housewives of Orange County, as almost no one showed up to help her celebrate.
"I'm psyched. It's my birthday! Go, Lizzie. It's your birthday," Rovsek happily sang as she boarded a party limousine before everyone started calling to cancel, citing colds and sick kids. "I don't think I've ever had a birthday party where no one showed up," she said.
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."