Carole is ready for the reality check after witnessing Aviva's leg throwing and Sonja's romance play out.
Carole shares the toast you didn't see from her birthday, opines on the duality of life, and why even she needs a break.
Carole uses her first "who does that of the season" embraces her Almond Joy, and owns a few things.
Carole talks facialist gossip, trendy syndromes, Reed Witherspoon, and the rest of the Montana trip.
Carole thinks gossip is bad for business, doesn't believe Sonja's claims about Russ, and is sick of George on her TV.
Carole tells you how to bet properly, makes a drinking game of the episode, and knows it all comes back to size.
Carole discusses Ramona's skills with SAT prep, an alternate day of the ladies going to prison, and pens an ode to Millou.
Carole wonders when one should stop splashing, why she's a bullsh-- bisexual, and how many times one can say "Who does that?"
Carole understands the importance of a good blow dry, discusses what men really want, and shares the Sonja product she'd purchase.
Carole wishes Sonja was cast in 'Blue Jasmine,' just thinks Aviva is weird, and would rather talk about boys than BookGate.
Carole reminds her Housewives of the importance of an invite and shares the poem she wrote for Heather and Jonathan's anniversary.
Carole wishes she could met the Aviva she knew two years ago again and would rather talk about dessert than slander.
Carole cops to being 50, discusses Aviva's age-shaming, and thinks her meeting with Harry was the funniest part of the episode.
Carole responds to Aviva's ghostwriting claims, discusses the meaning of slander, and analyzes the Stephen King comparison.