Aviva Feels Bad About Her Dad
Aviva feels bad for anyone who has to deal with her father's "excruciatingly vulgar" comments, and wishes the ladies cut Sonja some slack.
It's our job as parents to embarrass our kids. I did my part by becoming one of The Real Housewives of New York City. My dad has done his part by . . . well, pretty much everything he does. He does that job much too well in this episode. His behavior is mortifying to his daughter. And while I don't understand what he's saying most of the time, I do recognize it as excruciatingly vulgar. I'm not the slightest bit amused, and I feel bad for everyone that has to suffer in his presence. I wonder who his ghostwriter is . . . ?
Sonja's a dear. Even those who think she goes too far occasionally (I don't), know she does it with humor, energy, and a great sense of fun. I was disappointed in my fellow Housewives for being catty and disapproving instead of being warm and caring when Sonia had a couple too many (OK, a few too many. Maybe many too many?) in Saratoga. Come on, girls, if you can't have Sonja's back, what good are you?
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