The Salahis meet justice, one season late.
And we never pay for cake.
All the subtext of another Andy Cohen roundtable.
Opprobrium from all corners, righteous indignation rules the day.
Lynda's fashion show teaches everyone about this African country, and Michaela and Tareq's big White House moment nears.
We introduce an easier way to watch the show: just cut straight to what they really mean.
Now here's a question: If a television show about a train wreck continues without the actual wreckage, will anybody watch?
Business Stacie and Fun Stacie make the rounds.
Charles Ommanney, the now-divorced husband of 'Real Housewives of D.C.' star Cat Ommanney, looks back with chagrin on the decision to appear on the show.
The Salahis hold a grape stomp, and everyone is too busy backstabbing to make wine.
All the parties for people who help them get ready for parties is getting too meta.
The ladies complain about each other. A lot. And it's kind of boring.
In which we're introduced to the lovely ladies.
Some of the cast already seems to look down on her.
This feels like a step in the wrong direction.