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Now that the epic two-part The Real Housewives of Potomac Season 3 reunion has come to an end, the Potomac ladies can breathe a sigh of relief. They addressed heavy topics, like Karen Huger losing both of her parents and Ashley Darby suffering a miscarriage, as well as lighter moments, such as their biggest fashion regrets of the season. However, it's not just reliving the drama of a season that puts the ladies on edge — even the seating arrangements are full of meaning for the Housewives.
"Anybody who is always next to Andy [Cohen] is in trouble," said Gizelle Bryant, who has been seated next to Andy since RHOP began. "I mean, clearly I'm the focal point. I have a lot to say. So it's good that I'm there because I'm always tapping him, like, 'Wait a minute, I have something else, I have something else.' I don't feel like it's pressure; I just feel like you need to be ready to talk a whole lot."
The RHOP makeup maven said she had predicted the Season 3 reunion seating arrangements, but that "the only shock" was Robyn Dixon not sitting beside her. "I mean, she's been next to me [since] Season 1, Season 2, I was like, 'Aw, they separated us!' And we have so many side comments to each other that I was kind of sad she wasn't there. And I told Ashley, I was like, 'Ashley, I love you and all, no shade, but I want Robyn next to me.' She was like, 'Oh, Gizelle.'"
Relive the drama and excitement from the Season 3 reunion, above and below.