Once the gang is back on solid ground, it seems like the relationship is as well.
Over lunch, Bethenny and Jason discuss their trip. Bethenny compares it to Mardi Gras, which is a pretty fitting comparison. As someone who has been to Mardi Gras, the after feeling is one of total mental and physical exhaustion. It's like someone has drained your very life blood and replaced it with watery hurricanes.
But even in that incapacitated state, Jason sees things clearly, and tells Bethenny that he is going to try and have more patient with her. It seems like incredible progress, even if the two still bicker a bit about the proper procedure for Number 2s on the boat.
Next week, Bethenny deals with land troubles -- like groomed dogs, mouth guards, and kickboxing. I imagine she'd take that kind of drama over getting lost at sea any day.