Kristen just wanted to play nice with Aviva and is shocked by her confrontation with "hypocrite" Ramona.
Heather talks about life with Jax, apologizes to Carole for trying to solve #Bookgate, and shares why she's not sad about Ramonja missing her party.
Aviva wonders who "The Real Heather of New York City" is and if Carole might have a good side.
Sonja explains why she skipped Heather's, but does admit that Ramona "bird dogged" Heather and Carole.
LuAnn likes sex any day of the week, praises Aviva and Heather's attempt to move on, and is shocked by Ramona's "peace making."
Carole reminds her Housewives of the importance of an invite and shares the poem she wrote for Heather and Jonathan's anniversary.
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.
Heather believes that Ramona is once a s--- stirrer, always a s--- stirrer, but she tries to focus on what's really important: her anniversary.
Aviva longs for the days when Housewives could just make up and when GhostGate wasn't a thing.
Kristen explains that while she really did almost go home with Elvis, she is very much happy and in love with Josh.
Carole wishes she could met the Aviva she knew two years ago again and would rather talk about dessert than slander.
Ramona checks in to say she hopes you enjoyed this episode -- even if she wasn't a part of it.
Heather comments on Aviva's character assassination, what she thinks of Amanda Sanders, and why she wouldn't miss Carole's mermaid debut.
Aviva comments on the mud wrestling of this week (minus the mud), thanks RHONY, and gives Carole something before she can ask for it.