Happy (almost) Friday New York fans! What better way to celebrate than a quick recap that involves old feuds, new hook ups and pushy mamas. Let’s begin shall we?
Let’s start with the never ending feud between Luann and Dorinda. In case you forgot, the two used to be good friends until one fateful night when Lu insinuated that Dorinda had too much to drink (shocker) which didn’t go over well with Dorinda. Ms. Dorinda didn’t take too kindly getting advice from someone who was a few weeks sober and the two haven’t got back on track ever since.
The two go out for lunch in an attempt to bury the hatchet, only to get Bethenny involved somehow comparing them to the British aristocracy. Despite the two hinting that they could get back on the right track, Dorinda can’t admit that she heckled Lu about Jovani despite video evidence proving otherwise. Maybe she can call Teddi to sign up for accountability classes?
Speaking of accountability, Lu is still on parole and part of that involves community service. It’s lucky Luann is rich as she would never make it in the working world as apparently scooping soup into plastic containers is a challenge for her. Also a struggle for her is the concept of parole as Luanne seems shocked that she can’t go away on a whim and has to check in with her parole officer on a regular basis. Can we get some scenes of her and her parole officer on the show? That would be pure comedy:
Back to Dorinda, who doesn’t seem to be having her best season, Barbara K. comes over to try and (yet again) smooth over the feud between Dorinda and Luann. Side note: am I the only one who finds it odd that Barbara is obsessed with Luann? Perhaps Lu paid her to be her guard dog? It seems anyone who has a problem with Lu has to answer to Barbara at this point. Also odd is Dorinda’s mini breakdown where she tearfully tells Barbara that she was Lu’s “ride or die” and that Lu just didn’t appreciate her. Needless to say, the exchange did not go over well and ends with Dorinda kicking Barbara out of her home:
And of course it wouldn’t be an episode of the RHONY if we didn’t have an appearance of Dale and Sonja pushing Tinsley to get married and throwing her some back handed compliments. Poor Tinsley has her mom pushing her to marry Scott in one ear then having Sonja telling her to date every eligible bachelor in NYC in the other ear. My advice to Tins? Stand up for yourself and tell everyone to let you live your own life. You’re a grown woman – act like it!
I have a feeling this season is still getting warmed up so be sure to tune in next week!