Shannon Beador and her husband headed south of the border on Monday's Real Housewives of Orange County to rekindle the romance in their troubled marriage, and Vicki Gunvalson was intent on trying to help.
"Our relationship needs this trip more than ever," said Beador, whose husband, David, had previously said he was going to move out. "I'm going to Puerto Vallarta with my eyes wide open."
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."
It's usually not cold in southern California, but it was downright chilly on Monday night's The Real Housewives of Orange County as Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow's feud continued, and Shannon Beador's marriage faltered.
"The times David and I argue hurt my heart," said a tearful Beador, who visited a cardiologist due to chest pains from her stressful marriage. "David wrote an email to me. The last portion said he should move out for a while."
"This is rocking my world," she continued. "These are words I've never heard before. Divorce is not an option. I love my husband, and I want to grow old with him."
The Biermann brood is back – with twin babies and a brand-new house.
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.
Shannon Beador tossed her annual holiday party on Monday night's The Real Housewives of Orange County, but Tamra Barney and Heather Dubrow deserved lumps of coal in their stockings by the time it was over.
"No Scrooge here tonight," Beador stated before the party. "I love Christmas, and I love to throw parties. When you put those two together, I'm on cloud nine."
"What I love most about the holidays is spending time with family and friends," said Dubrow. "People tend to get along better and have more fun."
Not so fast.
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."
Oklahoma is known as part of Tornado Alley, but it was Vicki Gunvalson who came storming through the state on Tuesday's The Real Housewives of Orange County.
Gunvalson was not pleased to leave the OC to help daughter Briana look for a new home due to son-in-law Ryan's Midwestern military relocation.
"It scares me … we're totally in Tornado Alley," said Gunvalson, looking at a home that had an underground shelter. "You don't just build a shelter for the hell of it."