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The end of a new season: Real Housewives of New York recap

After watching the first three seasons of one of my favorite city ladies in Bravo’s Real Housewives franchise, I have to say, I don’t know if I could write a blog a week about the Real Housewives of New York City

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. Although this season has the most ladies of any other season in the entire franchise, I can’t see much happening this season.

We started off right where we ended last year, sans Bethenny Frankel.  Alex and Jill are still feuding, which stems from last year’s fight between Bethenny and Jill, despite the queen bee, Jill, saying that she has totally changed this year. At a wedding Jill, Alex and Ramona all attended in the Hamptons, Jill is sitting in the corner talking shit about the other two ladies. She needs to get out of high school. It’s boring now.

Last year we saw Ramona and Alex becoming pretty close friends and as Ramona said in this episode, Alex’s husband Simon is finally growing on her, after four years of bickering. The couple has too begun growing on me, well Alex is at least. She has become more of her own person and less of a little puppy that follows her husband around. While she has grown on me, Simon is still probably one of the most annoying people I have never met. Alex was on speaker phone with her modeling agency (yes, modeling agency) and Simon put a weight in Alex’s hand to have her start working out. ANNOYING. I literally wanted to hit him.

Countess LuAnn fell in love again since last season. Her upgraded French man is a younger version of her ex-hubby.  And well that’s it with her. Sonia, still sleeping around. Done. Kelly… still a freak.

And now on to the newest housewife that actually doesn’t seem like she is as catty as the rest of the ladies.

Cindy is a Long Island native who owns Completely Bare Spas. She is a 40-something-year-old mother of twin 10-month of girls which she had through the IVF process.

The New York Housewives started out as five self supporting business women whether it is them working for their husband’s companies, basically running it themselves, or running their own companies. Now they are seven catty women having high school fights. There really isn’t much to it besides that. End of season.

April 14, 2011 Posted by | Uncategorized | Leave a comment