Well, right out-of-the-box Andy asks us how we feel when we knew there were new girls. Of course I said I was worried, because it took a long time to get the girls up to speed, and of course they were very gracious when we agree to so much and because we are the veterans.
When my fellow 'Wives do well, I do well. I know LuAnn must've missed her brunette couch, but funny how she and Ramona had a chance to get to know each other this season in a new way. If you can't beat 'em, join them! With this group, you can't run the other way, however, some people never take no for an answer!
First up, we have LuAnn saying Carole's strategy is to just talk behind everyone's back in her interviews but not on camera when we're together and interacting. I have to say I was very surprised to see some of the comments that she made when she wielded her trusty pen. Carole wrote and said things in her interviews that did not match the face that she showed us while filming. That can be hurtful and leaves you defenseless on camera. We don't see what's filmed until you see it, and then it’s too late.
The reunions are wonderful, but we film for hours and they only use two 45-minute segments. There is always more than meets the eye when you first make new friends.
On another note, it's been brought to my attention that there is an Institute for American Indian Studies in Connecticut as well as the National Museum of the American Indian in both Washington D.C. and New York City. So I have to say I'm feeling archaic as a museum and ignorant as well! I need to still understand what Carole's trying to teach us and why it needs to be brought up among friends at dinner over a bottle of wine. I do like that Lu admits that she made her comments to get on Radzi's nerves. Fair enough! I like that Radzi voiced her opinions when it comes to Ranjana, because she is entitled to her feelings -- those are her dear friends. However, she says she doesn't borrow their clothes, but I do know she wore some Ranjana's jewelry and a dress that Ranjana made her.