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Bravo heads to the Big Apple for this entry in its hit reality-TV franchise "The Real Housewives of (insert location here)." This New York edition features several confident women, who change throughout the seasons as the women leave, with some returning later on. The featured ladies over time have included entrepreneur and one-time talk-show host Bethenny Frankel, part-time socialite and full-time mother Aviva Drescher (who is a cousin, by marriage, of actress Fran Drescher), best-selling author and journalist Carole Radziwill, savvy businesswoman Heather Thomson, entrepreneur Ramona Singer, sassy single mother Sonja Morgan and model Kristen Taekman.

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aired 32 days ago
Tensions arise at breakfast as Luann and Dorinda continue their argument from the night before; the ladies ditch the city for a private island; the day ends with a traumatic boat ride as the women are rushed off the island.
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The women finish raking Luann over the coals about her sobriety; Barbara joins the ladies to discuss her scandalous comment about Luann's singing; the ladies relive some of their most outrageous moments; Sonja is in the spotlight for her drinking.
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The women confront Ramona over her lies and insults; Dorinda, Bethenny, and Sonja challenge Tinsley to tell the truth about her relationship; Luann is in the hot seat as Andy and the ladies discuss her sobriety slip and probation violation.
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The ladies discuss how Bethenny dealt with the death of her boyfriend; the women give updates on their new living situations; Bethenny argues with Luann; Dorinda and Luann finally address their issues, leveling accusations and shedding tears.
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The show must go on for LuAnn who has been snubbed by the ladies; Dorinda is shocked by the surprise party; Tinsley is accused of lying about her relationship with Scott; Bethenny throws her S'mores and Whores Party.
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The ladies head back to New York where Luann records her new single; the women attend Dorinda's 1980s aerobics workout for charity; Ramona plans a surprise birthday party on the same night as the Countess' Cabaret.
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aired 104 days ago
Bethenny and Carole continue to discuss the dissolution of their friendship; the women relive their stomach-churning trip to Colombia; Sonja talks about a new chapter in her life; the women share their biggest regrets of the season.
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Tinsley shares a recent picture of Ramona locking lips with Harry Dubin; Sonja loses it after leaving an AA meeting, but Luann doesn't let that rain on her cabaret parade; the women confront Luann over her selfish ways; Bethenny has a panic attack.
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On the first night in Miami, Sonja hits the floor after one too many drinks; the women turn their attention to Luann's attitude; the ladies rally to take in sunshine and art; at a house party, Ramona juggles her ex-husband, Mario, and a new date.
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Luann asks if Sonja is taking something that would explain her behavior; the women head to Miami for fun, sun and the revelation that Ramona made out with Harry Dubin; it's all too much for Sonja who lashes out at Luann and Ramona after a few drinks.
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The women dine out with Ramona at the same place where she mourned her mother's passing; Luann takes Sonja, Tinsley and Barbara out on the town for a night of cabaret; Bethenny and Ramona have a heart to heart about their abusive upbringings.
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Newly single Tinsley faces serious questions about having a baby; Sonja and Barbara head upstate to see Luann's new house, hoping to warn her about the rumblings among the other ladies; Ramona, Bethenny and Dorinda arrive at Luann's house.
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After learning that Bethenny missed her Halloween performance, Luann takes another dig at Queen B; Dorinda shows off her new apartment to John; Ramona, Dorinda, and Sonja attempt to give a speech at the NY Loves Kids event.
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Fresh off of her breakup, Tinsley prepares for her appearance as the guest ringmaster for the Big Apple Circus; Bethenny has a court appearance; Ramona takes Barbara shopping; at the circus, Tinsley descends from the rafters on a spinning hoop.
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Tinsley and Luann attend an Al-Anon meeting; Dorinda joins Tinsley for a dress rehearsal before her big day as guest ringmaster at the Big Apple Circus; Ramona, Luann and Sonja run into Ramona's ex, Mario; Dorinda hosts a spa day for the ladies.
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Bethenny tells Dorinda about receiving a sign from Dennis; Tinsley and Luann have heart to heart over the death of Tinsley's father; when Bethenny hosts a dinner party in the city, a light-hearted game of truth or dare takes a dark turn for Tinsley.
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In the Berkshires, Dorinda organizes a trip to an old Morgan family mansion; Dorinda and Barbara's issues resurface when Barbara finds out she's in the fish room; room drama continues when Bethenny arrives from visiting her new beau.
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Tinsley struts her way back into the charity world by hosting a doggy fashion show; the women have brunch on board a yacht; Bethenny speaks with a grief counselor; Dorinda readies Blue Stone Manor for the ladies' first Halloween there.
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Bethenny hosts a lunch sit-down with Dorinda and Luann, so the two can hash out their issues; Luann begins her court-ordered community service; Tinsley gets a visit from Dale; Ramona goes on a blind date; Dorinda shows Barbara the door.
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At Barbara's clambake, Luann confronts Ramona; Dorinda and Barbara try to clear things up over lunch; Bethenny heads to North Carolina for more relief work; Sonja throws a party during which Dorinda and Luann finally come face to face.

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