When The Real Housewives of New York City head up to Dorinda Medley's home in the Berkshires, things tend to get... intense, like really emotional. That was definitely the case this time around when Sonja Morgan headed to a historical home once owned by the Morgans. While there, she began to have what Ramona Singer called "an out-of-body experience" while taking in all the antiques, as well as historical letters featured on display.
Once back at Dorinda's later that day, Sonja broke down over the fact that these historical documents were out in the open and able to be touched by those visiting the home. And when Ramona and Sonja stopped by The Daily Dish offices earlier this season, they reflected on that whole incident (clip above).
"I think going to the Morgan house upstate was a good release for me to say, 'OK, my house in New York was a lot of responsibility. I have a lot of family antiques I have to care for for my daughter,'" Sonja reflected about the chain of events to The Daily Dish (more in the video at the top). "But when I drank that night with the girls, I let it go."
Check out the full moment, below.