Kristen gives Sonja props for her Caburlesque, dishes on meeting the Countess, and relives #BookGate in the Hamptons.
LuAnn tries to keep the fighting to a minimum at her Hamptons beach house. But when she can't calm the ladies down, she's pours herself some champagne instead.
Aviva reflects on the "committee" it takes to write a book , wishes this was just Sonja's show, and issues a challenge to Carole.
Carole cops to being 50, discusses Aviva's age-shaming, and thinks her meeting with Harry was the funniest part of the episode.
Heather explains what she thinks is really behind BookGate, why she defended Carole, and why Ramona's not blameless.
Ramona is shocked that the fight she was trying to prevent escalated so quickly and reflects on life without Avery.
Aviva thinks this is one of the best episodes of Housewives of all time, even if Carole is a little bit touchy.
LuAnn would like to avoid fights on stairwells for safety reasons, thinks a book is not a baby, and wonders if Ramona protests too much.
Kristen reflects on the Spartan race and if she's "an ungrateful pussy" and reflects on the Aviva she's been warned about.
Sonja calls Ramona out for stirring the pot, and feels for Carole -- while genuinely being happy for Aviva.
Aviva declares #BookGate the dumbest fight in Housewives history and steps out of the responding-to-Carole's-vitriol business.
Carole responds to Aviva's ghostwriting claims, discusses the meaning of slander, and analyzes the Stephen King comparison.
Heather opens up about how organ donation saved her son's life and encourages you to register to save others.
Ramona explains why she told Carole about Aviva's ghostwriter comments and why she thinks Sonja and Harry belong together.
Sonja can see both sides of this book battle, and has an important question: doesn't everyone Sharpie their bags?