The Real Housewives of New York City reunion – and season – ended Tuesday with little drama but mega-closure, with the women addressing their core issues with one another.
Ramona Singer – who announced her marriage to Mario was officially over – and Sonja Morgan addressed their season-long bickering over Morgan’s financial issues and business endeavors – a relationship host Andy Cohen termed their “Frick and Frack-tion”.
“I should have kept my mouth shut,” Singer said to Morgan in a rare apology. “It was wrong.”
“The only person I talked to about my Chapter 11 is Ramona,” said Morgan, before adding, “I’m not losing my house in New York.”
But most of the discussion revolved around Aviva Drescher and her now leg-endary tossing of her prosthetic across the room in the season finale.
When Cohen asked Drescher if she had planned to take her leg off, she insisted she hadn’t.
“I had these three shrews coming after me,” Drescher said, referencing Heather Thomson, Kristen Taekman and Carole Radziwill, before addressing their shocked reactions to her prosthesis. “I didn’t know if they thought my leg was going to slither across the table and get them.”
“I’m calling BS,” said Taekman, while Thomson added, “I totally knew she was going to do it.”
“You were crawling up Carole’s back to get attention for your book,” said Thomson.
“You were doing your job to be Carole’s b—-,” said Drescher, before making fun of Thomson’s tagline and penchant for cursing. “This isn’t the hood. It’s the Hamptons You were not brought up in the ghetto, girl Holla!”
“Get a new storyline,” said Thomson. “All we ever talk about is your leg.”
Even Singer and Drescher went at it.
“Let’s face it Why do you turn on people like that?” asked Singer. “There is a side of you that is so nice, and there is a side of you that is pretty vile.”
“I can’t have a conversation with someone who calls me vile,” said Drescher. “When people attack me, I tend to respond with a normal human response called anger.”
But, in the end, the wives did shots, saluted one another and happily walked off into the Manhattan sunset – until next season, that is.