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.
The Real Housewives of Orange County celebrated the holidays Monday night, and the Cali Christmas was especially frosty between original housewife Vicki Gunvalson and new addition Lizzie Rovsek.
"Izzie … Lizzie …" Gunvalson said to Rovsek, as the housewives took a limo to a holiday dinner.
"You can call me Elizabeth since you can't keep it straight," said Rovsek, none too amused by Gunvalson's instant attack.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta's Apollo Nida pleaded guilty to charges of mail, wire, and bank fraud in a Georgia courtroom Wednesday.
The husband of housewife Phaedra Parks was first arrested back in January and charged by federal authorities with bank fraud and identity theft.
"By pleading guilty, Mr. Nida admits to his conduct in the past, and accepts full responsibility for it," his lawyer Thomas D. Bever tells PEOPLE.
It was perhaps the most awkward date night in The Real Housewives of Orange County" history Monday night as Shannon Beador and her husband, David, attempted to rekindle the romance in their marriage.
"When your kids walk out the door and you don't know your husband, you're in trouble," said Beador, whose husband whisked her away to a hotel for a night away from their kids for the first time in their 13-year marriage. "It's like living with a stranger."
While at dinner, David tried to sweet talk his better half by discussing – wait for it – her need for "enhancement."
The Real Housewives of Atlanta concluded its seemingly endless season Sunday night with the reunion finale, and the ladies finished as they started: With lots of fighting.
What better way to sum up one of the shadiest seasons in Housewives history than by listing a few of the finale's shadiest lines and moments?
The Real Housewives of Orange County celebrated "Friendsgiving" on Monday night, but Vicki Gunvalson and her daughter were not breaking any wishbones after Gunvalson admitted she had gotten back together with boyfriend Brooks.
"She's just pushed me aside [for Brooks], and it's hard," Briana said.
"He didn't deserve to be annihilated by you," Gunvalson said, referring to last year's reunion, in which her daughter accused Brooks of leaving a message instructing her husband to hit her to keep her in line.
"You've told me he's verbally abusive," Briana continued.