Ramona blames the sun for her issues with Heather, Kristen, and Sonja, and points out what she thinks was a wrong move by Aviva.
Ramona just wanted to give Heather and Aviva a little push for the better of the group, even if Aviva does seem to favor drama.
Ramona checks in to say she hopes you enjoyed this episode -- even if she wasn't a part of it.
Ramona can't believe we've already gotten to the "nitty gritty" of this season and reflects on her trip to Africa.
Ramona is shocked that the fight she was trying to prevent escalated so quickly and reflects on life without Avery.
Ramona explains why she told Carole about Aviva's ghostwriter comments and why she thinks Sonja and Harry belong together.
Ramona loves Sonja's imitation 'do, doesn't love Avery going off to college, and is full of mixed Ramotional feelings about Aviva.
Ramona apologizes for her comments about LuAnn and reflects on this season's ups and downs.
Ramona won't let Aviva's behavior go unnoticed -- and she wishes Carole would do the same.
Ramona attempts to make peace with Heather, but she's done with Aviva.
Ramona is ready for Aviva to switch back to her old self.
Ramona wonders why LuAnn is only remembering parts of St. Barths and why Aviva can't let go.
Ramona doesn't know how to please Aviva and after the way she talked to Sonja, she doesn't want to.
Ramona can't understand why Aviva was so shocked about the trip's changing dynamic.
Ramona Singer thinks she and Heather finally bonded on the dance floor.