Well we finally get to see Bethenny on the dating scene. Her friend Frankie definitely has good taste and set her up with a very handsome gentleman who seems very secure. Of course Bethenny has to mess with his head by telling Patrick that she loves to be a ball breaker. Hey Bethenny, here’s an update for your recent dating rules: Men don’t like women who break their balls. As we Italian men say, Non mi rompere I coglioni.
Alex and Simon give a tour of their house in progress. The renovation has taken longer that the painting of the Sistine Chapel. Though the kitchen was very nice, I do have to agree with Bethenny (but she will probably take it back) about the bordello look. I was waiting for the escorts to come downstairs and join the party. Simon, the living room definitely works with your shiny red pants and black jacket look. Sorry we were unable to attend as we had previous plans with very good friends and they were not up for schlepping to Brooklyn. We were not trying to diss you and Alex. Maybe another time. I’m pleased to see how much better your boys are behaving since last year. Can’t wait to read the parenting book that you and Alex are working on.
A "girls' night out” will now hold new meaning for LuAnn. Don’t worry about getting dating tips from Kelly. And why does she always play with her hair like an adolescent girl? Better you go with Bethenny’s rules of dating.
Oh, I can’t forget about my favorite, Jill. Was that comment about Ramona needing an IV attached to a bottle of wine supposed to be funny? If I were Bobby, I'd constantly need a drink in my hand to be married to you. Also if the show is the Real Housewives of New York, then why have I seen your father, mother, daughter, sister, aunt, husband, gay husband, (whew) did I leave anyone out?
Oh and if I have to see Zarin Fabrics one more time, they should add to the title of the show: “As brought to you by our sponsor Zarin Fabrics.”
On another note, my daughter Avery just had her Confirmation yesterday. It was a beautiful ceremony that took place in her school’s chapel. Today she left for a three day trip to visit Washington D.C. She told me this morning that she was disappointed that they were only doing a drive by of the White House. Why do I think that if Avery were in charge she’d probably get the class to meet President Obama!
All the best.