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Episode 16: Bravotv.com's Editor thinks the women need a vacation after their St. Barths vacation.

on Sep 17, 20120

Of course, that’s not the end of the St. Barths backlash. Over dinner, Aviva, Carole, and Heather continue to discuss the issue. Beyond the whole fight aspect (and Heather and Carole’s desire for Aviva to get over it), the ladies are more concerned about Sonja. Aviva thinks our Lady Morgan is being used, and wonders just what's going on with her at the moment.

So Carole decides to check out that spiral on a little shirt shopping spree. However, she’s majorly distracted from her quest for knowledge when she finds out the shirt maker is none other than Peyman Umay, who Carole went on that awkward date with. In a city of eight million people you still always run into the guy you didn’t call back.

After that awkwardness is brushed over, Carole tries to talk to Sonja about how difficult St. Barths, was but Sonja wants focus on how Sonja might not be the ideal hostess. . .Vacations get out of hand says Sonja. “That’s what people do on vacation. They party. They get their period. They break glasses. Things happen,” quote Lady Morgan. Roll with it Radz, amirite? That basically summarizes every vacation I've ever been on.

15 comments
cehemise
cehemise

Ramona and Sonja were obnoxious as all get out and poor houseguests to boot.  From wanting the master suite to making the house rules, Ramona, as usual, tried to take over everything.  They've shown us what poor guests they are in the Miami scenes.  Perhaps we should not be surprised that theyacted the same way here.  And, they drank an excessive amount of alcohol from the house.  Now, many would say, "Wait a minute, it's a vacation after all," and that is quite true, but they were invited guests at somebody's else's house.  They weren't the renters and the rules change with the roles people play.  I would not want to invite somebody as volatile and unpredictable as Ramona to be a guest of mine.  It would be nervewracking to always be worried about that she will do next.  It's rather like having a constantly misbehaving child along for the ride.

hannah79
hannah79

I am on everyone's side!

hannah79
hannah79

The St Barth's was fun to watch.  Even with all the controversey.  It was like a family all together.  I do feel sorry for Aviva, Ramona and Sonja -- to get angry at each other when they so got along before this trip.  My favorite after St Barth's trip is LuAnn whenever anyone talks about the arguing she turns her head and nods as if she is listening but she looks like she should have a "cartoon cloud" coming from her mind -- here we go again!  This season is so much better.  Love, love RHYONC

cottonxray@yahoo.com
cottonxray@yahoo.com

Really...ANOTHER episode of Aviva?! Enough already. May be time to change the channel until next year.

TondalayoSchwartz
TondalayoSchwartz

I just re-watched last week's installment of "Blame it on Ramonja."  I was really bothered by the scapegoating going on.  Why didn't Aviva feel that the other women should have put up banners and thrown a party?  She repeatedly mentioned that Ramona and Sonja, primarily Ramona, should have done so.  In one of Carole's interviews, during the dinner fracas, she made it sound like Ramonja were the ones talking about plane crashes, when it was Heather talking about the short runway, and Aviva going on ad nauseum about the flight.

PepperCo
PepperCo

I understand everyone experienced St. Barts differently.

- Avia blames Ramona

- Carole blames Sonja and Ramona

- Sonja blames Avia

- Ramona blames Avia and LuAnn

- Heather blames Avia, Ramona and Sonja

- LuAnn Blames no one because she's Switzerland 

 

Reid didn't belong at "the house", for the same reason why Russ stayed at a hotel.  If  Carole was renting the place and her boyfriend didn't stay there then why would any other male?  Carole tried to play it cool (as usual) and it blew up in her face.  Once back in the city she tried to get Sonja to feel sorry for ruining her vacation.  

 

News flash "good hostess" don't take a camera crew next time.

 

 

bravosno1fan
bravosno1fan

Ramonja all the way!!!! Aviva needs to get over herself...I feel like am developing avivaphobia. Yikes!

rafret
rafret

Great blog! I am team Ramonja all the way.

Aviva not only acted atrociously in St. Barth's in what I believe to be an unprovoked attack on the ladies, but she has continued her self absorbed tirade post St. Barth's by going on and on about it and by not realising that she is the only one at fault. So disappointing.

rukidding
rukidding

I'm not a psychiatrist but Aviva has a lot going on in that pretty little head of hers.  Ladies stay away from her if you know whats good for you.  I'm not saying anything else or she may come after me.  Please don't tell her my email address Bravo.

hannahelizabeth
hannahelizabeth

Ramonja. Aviva is....uh....a hot mess? There are no words for Aviva. Other than gross.

myfairlady12
myfairlady12

 @PepperCo Wish this was on Carole's blog - it's spot on and the whole I'm cool Carole is getting old. She must have been on another "trip" as she continues to coddle Adiva, while blaming Ramonja for the trip going bad.

cehemise
cehemise

 @PepperCo

 You make an excellent point there.  If the hostess' boyfriend is not staying at the house, then that would be a good rule-of-thumb to follow in making plans as to where people will stay.  Aviva should have followed that model and much might have been avoided.  But then...nah, she was still mad about the other stuff.  There was bound to be an argument or two, or three or...

TondalayoSchwartz
TondalayoSchwartz

 @PepperCo All true, except I can understand why Russ wouldn't stay at the house.  First, he may have needed to be hanging with his band most of the time, and he also may not have wanted the air time that being at the house would include.  I think Reid was pretty unobtrusive, as in not worth being noticed.  Mean, I know, but after last week's dinner comments, I think he's a waste of film.

 

janetkath
janetkath

I think Reid's comments at dinner were a reflexive action a husband takes when they think their wife has been treated badly.  Mario has done the same for Ramona on at least two occassions.  I think he deserves a pass on this one.