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The Real Housewives of New York City

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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 2 days ago
Highlights from the past two seasons of "The Real Housewives of New York City," including Bethenny's return, Luann's quest for love, Sonja's financial woes, Carole's romance, Ramona's dating life, and Dorinda's introduction to the friends.
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Tinsley tries on wedding dresses with her mother, Dale; while Luann ends her stint in rehab, the women tough it out during a prison-style workout; Bethenny and Jill Zarin share an intimate moment after the funeral for Jill's husband, Bobby.
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Weeks after Luann's arrest, she's still the talk of the town; while she's in rehab, the ladies try to piece together what happened; Bethenny throws a launch party for her jeans line; Sonja flees her construction site and spends a night with Tinsley.
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Carole and Bethenny continue to hash out their issues during the murder mystery dinner party; back in the city, Bethenny's holiday party is interrupted by a surprise, which leads to hurt feelings; Luann gets arrested over the holiday.
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The ladies make their annual visit to the Berkshires; Carole confides in Dorinda and Ramona about some tension with Bethenny; the ladies get decked out for a 1920s murder mystery dinner party taking place at Blue Stone Manor.
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Bethenny and Dorinda hit the ground in Puerto Rico and get to work; Ramona attempts to mend fences with Sonja; Carole works on a revealing story with a magazine; Luann starts to plan a special performance.
aired 7 days ago
Cameras capture the lives of a group of busy, influential, rich and ambitious Manhattan women.
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Carole reveals shocking news about her relationship with Adam; Sonja prepares her townhouse; at an important business dinner in Miami with Bethenny's relief team, Dorinda jeopardizes her chances of going to Puerto Rico.
aired 14 days ago
Cameras capture the lives of a group of busy, influential, rich and ambitious Manhattan women.
aired 28 days ago
Cameras capture the lives of a group of busy, influential, rich and ambitious Manhattan women.
aired 35 days ago
Cameras capture the lives of a group of busy, influential, rich and ambitious Manhattan women.
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Back in New York City, Tinsley gets a surprise delivery; Carole and Luann talk through the miscommunications that have been plaguing their friendship; Luann runs into Tom's old fling; a shouting match erupts between Sonja and Ramona.
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Tensions boil over between Dorinda and Sonja at Luann's brunch; at Ramona's dinner party, Tinsley delivers a low blow to Sonja that shocks the whole party; Sonja calls out Ramona for not being a true friend in a text message.
aired 42 days ago
The women look back on their fun-filled trip to Mexico, from Luann's fall to the drinking marathon; Bethenny questions the sincerity of Ramona's tearful apology; in the hot seat, Ramona is forced to address the accusations she made against Bethenny.
aired 42 days ago
Tinsley opens up about her traumatic relationship with her ex-husband; Carole reflects on her political aspirations; Sonja discusses her love triangle, which elicits shocking accusations from Dorinda; Bethenny reveals how she plans to move forward.
aired 42 days ago
Dorinda confronts Sonja over the "Tipsy Girl" allegations; Luann gives an update on her first few months of marriage; Bethenny questions Ramona's attitude toward others; the housewives speculate on Ramona's behavior; Andy Cohen hosts.
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The ladies head to the Hamptons for a fun-filled weekend; tensions rise between best friends Carole and Bethenny; Dorinda and Sonja's friendship is short-lived, as a blowup at Luann's brunch sets their relationship back.
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Sonja makes hurtful accusations about Tinsley's finances; Dorinda attempts to improve her friendship with Sonja; Carole runs the New York City Marathon after months of training, but with a surprising omission in her cheering section.
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Newly divorced Luann sits down with Dorinda and starts to open up about her relationship with Tom; Bethenny mourns an unexpected death in the family; Carole preps to run the New York City Marathon; Dorinda throws an epic Halloween party.
airs in 7 days
Tinsley has Carole over to see her new home; Luann and Tom challenge each other during a game of tennis; Bethenny deals with the stresses of renovating a new apartment; Dorinda has John over for a romantic dinner.
airs in 7 days
Following their day trip to Tequila, Jalisco, the women drink up and strip down at the villa; Dorinda and Bethenny get into a fight; some of the women head out for a day of fishing and whale watching; Luann flubs the rules of a game.

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