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."
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 Orange County held a hoedown Monday night, but a mechanical bull nearly got the best of Tamra Barney while a raging bull (Heather Dubrow) locked horns with Shannon Beador.
Dubrow held a Western-themed party to celebrate the groundbreaking of the oceanfront lot for her new mansion, and the wives traded in their bling and Beamers for boots, cowboy hats and a ride on a mechanical bull.
"Leave it to Heather to make dirt look great," said "Tammy Sue" Barney. "She's brought in sets to make it look like a Western."
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."
Season 6 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey will feature new blood, old blood and, as always, bad blood.
"The b–– is back, and you can kiss my a–," says a sassy Dina Manzo, who makes a return to the show, which premieres July 13 (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo. (A preview airs June 1.)
Manzo's marital and relationship woes look to take center stage, as do Teresa Giudice and husband Joe's legal woes.
"I'm in this nightmare I can't get out of," says Giudice, who recently pleaded guilty to four counts of fraud.
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.