We open with Kristen and Heather sitting down for a double date with their boos. It appears they've buried the bossy hatchet (literally), sort of. Kristen's hubby is still defending Heather's "dominant" personality.
As all of that bossiness chatter continues, talk turns to Kristen and Josh's marriage -- and the changes Josh has made to their life. Kristen was shocked when Josh's "entrepreneurial" ways uprooted them from NY and back, but she knows it was for the good of the family. She just wants someone else to take her side!
Mario Singer is a man of many skills -- including singing apparently. According to Ramona, Mario owns the stage, so it's no wonder he's set to dazzle at an open mic at Birdland. Will he outdo LuAnn? Ramona thinks so -- and without autotune!
She's already getting Ramotional and this is just his first practice. The ballad that Ramona's "gubby" wrote for her hubby to sing is delightful -- as long as he can find the right key.
After investigating some new blood for Team Sonja, Sonja sits down with Aviva to give her a little bit of advice. . .
Sonja has done her best to set a serene scene in the garden -- fountain, lemons, food. Hopefully all that glorious scenery will help Aviva take the news gently that the ladies spent most of Montana talking about her.
Aviva is shocked the women don't believe that she's actually ill. "I can't f---ing breathe ladies, accept it!" And Sonja agrees: "Nobody goes around with an inhaler that could blow the back of your head off if they don't really have asthma. Did you see the size of that thing? That's a huge inhaler!"
With all the 'Widow's Guide' work and the stress of remodeling her apartment, Carole had to break down and hire an assistant -- and so she chose her mini-me Kate. Was it narcissism? Carole thinks it could be, but it's definitely the most adorable kind.
As Ramona and Kristen have bonded, Ramonja decides it's time to bring her into the fold of Dr. Giese. Ramona wants to get some fat blasted so she looks good for her two husbands. Sonja thinks Ramona is starting to resemble "Winnie the Pooh" (like that's a bad thing).
Ramona is ready to take Kristen under her wing, but Kristen thinks it might be 20 years before she needs some of the procedures Ramona is schilling.
Sonja wants to keep it "light, tight, and right," but not so light that a man doesn't have something to hold onto in the bedroom.
"You do what you do, I do what I do" is perhaps the best mantra to take when discussing the details of your sex life with friends.
Kristen's decided to go out of her comfort zone and make a meal for her man, but when Josh is late, Kristen gets antsy. When she calls Josh to ask where he is, things don't go so well. . .
Sonja and Harry had a real hot relationship over 25 years ago -- but is it time for that relationship to get hot again?
Sonja is very impressed by Harry's selection of snacks and the way he smells when he sweats. But is that enough for them to build a new life upon?
Sonja knows that Harry is feeling her, but he can be a partner in a relationship, or is he just a good time? Harry knows he'll win at the end of the decade, er day.
Josh thinks there should be at least a 30 minute grace period when it comes to plans, but Kristen's not so sure. She just wants to cook without being mocked.
Josh feels like there's no common ground between them, so it's impossible for Kristen to understand the issues of business. Josh has a bright idea -- let's bring in a mediator.
Will a mediator help Kristen be "less myopic"? Whatever it takes, Kristen is ready to do it. She wants to get their relationship back on the rails.
LuAnn goes in to have some professional photos taken with Jacques and the pooches, but there's some tension beside making sure the dogs have their best paws forward.
Looks like someone is not loving the puppy portraits -- or the rock. Jacques believes there was a better boulder somewhere in the park.
Is it just the rock that's rocky -- or is LuAnn's relationship in trouble?
Ramona is thrilled that the entire group has arrived to watch her "two husbands" sing at the iconic NYC venue Birdland. And besides just Mario taking the stage, Heather will be belting out a tune too. Sonja will not be taking the stage -- but is looking for a place to sneak off to preform with Harry. Also of note -- that's Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles agent Josh Flagg in the background!
When Ramona found out that LuAnn didn't want to sing, she made sure Heather stuck to the program. After attempting to gossip about LuAnn's use of autotune with Mario, Ramona goes straight to the source.
LuAnn is not having Ramona's attitude. She won't let her call her a "chicken sh--" and force her into singing.
LuAnn thinks that Ramona thinks her rudeness is amusing -- but she is not amused. Perhaps that's why she called her a cow.
Finally (the nervous Nellie, according to Ramona) Mario takes the stage. . .and he sounds fantastic!
Can you blame Ramona for getting "Ramotional" during the performance?
Next up, Heather who proves she's just as able to belt a song as she is to scale a mountain. Is there anything Heather can't do? Holla!
Cheers to Heather and Mario! Add one more Housewife to the talent rooster!