The Real Housewives of New York City reunion – and season – ended Tuesday with little drama but mega-closure, with the women addressing their core issues with one another.
Ramona Singer – who announced her marriage to Mario was officially over – and Sonja Morgan addressed their season-long bickering over Morgan's financial issues and business endeavors – a relationship host Andy Cohen termed their "Frick and Frack-tion".
"I should have kept my mouth shut," Singer said to Morgan in a rare apology. "It was wrong."
Bali was a barrel of monkeys for The Real Housewives of Orange County on Monday until the women turned on Tamra Barney and she ended up with a big monkey on her back.
The wives kicked off their girls' trip as one big group, sightseeing, hiking through temples, visiting a fish spa and playing with monkeys.
"I love that Bali is known for being a spiritual destination," said Shannon Beador at an ancient temple.
But it wasn't so spiritual for Barney or Vicki Gunvalson, who was surprised when she was splashed with holy water.
It looks like even more drama could be in store.
Dropped star Jacqueline Laurita is returning to The Real Housewives of New Jersey for a few episodes, a source confirms to PEOPLE.
"Jacqueline wasn't happy to not be returning to the show [as a cast member]. She was sad about it," an insider said.
Just days after Ramona Singer announced that her marriage is over, the Real Housewives of New York City star's estranged husband, Mario, hit the Hamptons scene with his alleged girlfriend.
Mario Singer and Kyle "Kasey" Dexter looked "very flirty" at the Women's Health Party Under the Stars in Bridgehampton, New York, on Saturday night, an onlooker tells PEOPLE. The two were also photographed together in Sag Harbor.
Ramona, 57, first filed for divorce in January after she reportedly caught Mario cheating. Still, the couple (who are parents to 19-year-old daughter Avery) reconciled shortly after.
"All marriages hit bumps, some bigger than others," the businesswoman told PEOPLE in April. "We have a history of 25 years together and we have been very happy."
After last week's hair-raising The Real Housewives of New Jersey in which Nicole Napolitano yanked out Amber Marchese's hair, it was the husbands' turn to brawl on Sunday.
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.