Tinsley and I have done animal charities together before, and she’s so good at bringing people together for a good cause. I’m thrilled she’s getting back to her roots. As you can tell, Marley is a natural. He’s done many charities as well.
I don’t know if it was hump day, but clearly Coco doesn’t get out enough (and neither does Marley). Ramona should just let them have some fun! Her dog should get laid at least a smidge as much as she does. Scratch that, as we know those guys are just her “friends.”
Everybody knows I love a yacht, and Ramona delivered. I’m taking a back seat here, because I’ve already mothered Tinsley enough when she lived with me at the townhouse and that scared her out the door. Let the other girls put their two cents in, because it took them a couple years to see what I already knew. That’s all I meant when I said she needed to build herself back up before she started dating again. She was so fragile.
I’m Team Tinz, and she deserves better. Who shows you a ring but doesn’t give you one??? My ex took me to the jeweler, we chose the stone, and then we put it in a setting of my choice. Walk the talk and bullsh-- walks. Clearly, she needs to value herself more so others will.
I never thought Dorinda could outdo her Christmas extravaganza, but I really have to say Halloween is my favorite time at Blue Stone Manor thus far. Maybe that's because our relationship is taking a turn in another direction. She’s taking us to Ventfort Hall? A Morgan Estate? I almost died when Ramona said the dead zombie with long black hair looked like Bethenny crying.
Of course, once again there’s drama over rooms with this group. It’s a beautiful room, but nobody wants to sleep with the fishes. So when Lu brought it up, we were all laughing like hyenas. That pissed off the cabaret queen. Ramona soooooo teed this fight up by bringing up Bethenny having the best room, and Lu went for it hook, line, and sinker.
Wait 'til next week to see where this goes. Just when Dorinda tried to make it nice for Luann!
In this episode, I wore the following Sonja Morgan New York fashions: