Cast Blog: #BETHENNY

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Memory Lane

The Sunny Side of the Street

Play Hard



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And the Mariachi Band Played On

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Agita All Around

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The End of an Era

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A Straight Shooter

The Power of the Press

Baby Fish Mouth

California Dreamin'

Buckle Up

The Dressing Suite

Like No Other

The Spy Who Skated With Me

I Fly Above

The Bond Is Strong

No More Boats

Land, Ho!

A Fever Pitch

All that Drama

Laundry Day

Sea of Love

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Head First

Bethenny shares what it was like to live her life on TV, and why she did it for the fans.

What a strange trip this has been. When agreeing to do my own television show, I thought it would be difficult to fill an hour with just me. I knew it would be funny and inappropriate and honest, but I had no idea what an emotional challenge and roller coaster it would be.

You see, this was my first time as a mom, my first year of marriage, my first year of real business success, and my first year airing all of this on television.

As I do with everything, I dove in head first because I know you guys. You are honest and daring, and you deserve and expect the whole truth and nothing but from me. Well, that was difficult. I could almost say it was excruciating.

I took on too much. I had challenges in my new family dynamic and was adjusting to that. And I experienced it all with cameras in my home and entire life and, of course, with you.

I'm so proud of this show. It represents everything that I do, and in my career. I do it all for you as much, if not more, than for my family.

The finale episode was so emotional. I was surrounded by those that I love in my personal life and those that I love in my professional life -- you the fans. It really moved me.

To see the journey that I've taken from Season 1 of The Real Housewives of New York City, when I had no money in the bank and no romantic prospects, yet knowing that I could make something out of my life, was really intense.

I really did work so hard and, for someone who isn't religious, I had so much intense passion and faith knowing that something great was possible. I'm so happy that you got to see every single stage of it since five seasons ago because I aired this all to show you that anything is possible.

I'm proud of my family, my staff, of Shed Media (my production company), of Bravo, and of you for believing in a show simply about life -- no unnecessary drama, no meanness, cattiness, and no guilt. I'm proud of a show that you can feel good about watching.

Rest assured there will be a Season 3. We start filming soon and will be back before you know it.

I love you. XO