This season on The Real Housewives of New York City, Bethenny is hyperfocused on her businesses and her humanitarian efforts in Puerto Rico, but burning the candle at both ends leaves little time for a personal life. Meanwhile, Luann is picking up the pieces after her marriage to Tom fell apart, but when a trip to Palm Beach ends with a night of bad choices, her future is threatened. On the flip side, Sonja is trying to get her life back on track after a summer of detoxing and distancing herself from the women, but old habits die hard and her feud with Tinsley is alive and well. Tinsley is finally acclimated to being back in NY, but when her fairytale romance with Scott hits a rough patch, her happily ever after starts to come tumbling down. Along those lines, Dorinda wants to create something new that is not tied to the past, and considers life without being in a relationship, but first she must put Sonja in her place. Carole prepares for her first marathon and gains a new sense of purpose and confidence, which leads to a separation from Bethenny. Additionally, while Ramona still has a tumultuous relationship with Bethenny and just can’t seem to win her over, she has also caught the decorating bug, and is revamping her Hamptons home to close the final chapter on her life with Mario.