The Real Housewives of New York City 7 Seasons 2011

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9. A Riad Divided TV-14 CC

The women are at Brad's party and the fortune teller is continuing her news. LuAnn and Kelly are translating for Ramona that another woman is thinking of her husband, Mario. Although Jill and Ramona have been on their best behavior with each other on the trip, they have put their impending talk off for too long and finally decide to chat.

Starring:
Cindy Barshop, Kelly Bensimon
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
June 2, 2011

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16 of 20 people found the following review helpful By anonymous on May 13, 2011
I do enjoy the distinctive personalities we are able to follow on this franchise of RH. But I'm really, really disappointed on the focus on conflict between the women that has overtaken the whole series (RHNY and the other franchises). I thought that maybe RHNY would be more immune to this because there are so many different projects and interests going on in each woman's life. It's New York... there's a lot going on. But instead each and every episode now seems to center on one to two scenes of argument/conflict. It's at the point of being cliche. I've read the same observation from other viewers on blogs, etc. We want to know about the actual functioning friendships these women have, their marriages, their interests. It's distressing to see a previously enjoyable show get pulled so far into the conflict plots. It's not entertaining to watch women scream at each other, talk over each other, etc, multiple times every episode. Most women can't relate to this, and find it stressful and boring to watch. I'm predicting a serious downturn for RH over the course of this year as viewers get tired of the same old fighting.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Dr. Jennifer Cady on December 16, 2012
I really enjoyed the first three seasons, but now that Bethenny Frankel is gone...the show is done. I must also share that it was absolutely annoying how Kelly Bensimone acted throughout Season 4. Her presence on the show, though hurtful to say, was unimportant in Season 4. In fact, hearing her speak made me cringe. Don't get me wrong, she is a beautiful woman, but beauty only goes so far. In Season 3, Kelly seemed to have emotional/mental issues, but then came back to Season 4 with superficial armor. It was almost as if she had gone to a therapist and learned three key coping skills (or communication phrases if you will), but in all fairness, the coping skills made her appear worse off than she was to begin with. The same few lines can only be used so many times before it is evident that they are just that, lines (aka armor to protect her fragile state of existence). As for the other cast members, if I had to choose a team, based on behavior, I would say Team Blonde (see Reunion). That said, LuAnn tried to be "classy," but was nothing short of passive aggressive. Jill was the typical "high school" female who claimed to be working on herself, when in reality she failed miserably. Throughout the entire season she continued to be hateful, hurtful, and jealous of the other women. And, for the life of me, I cannot determine why Cindy was thrown into the mix. Sure, she is a human being who is worthy of being successful and happy, but why was she on the show? How did her character make a difference? Bravo was really reaching when they added her. However, her babies are adorable and could have their own show and I'd happily watch them coo and smile. On the flipside, in my opinion, Alex deserved far more respect than she was given. She is a very intelligent woman. If Team Brunette would have given Alex the time to speak, they would have actually learned something and possibly found a true friend. Bottom line, Bravo should have stopped at Season 3.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R-BK NY on May 15, 2014
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Loved this season. Kind of miss jill and bethenny together as best friends and it's sad to see them both not on the show but if u love guilty pleasure tv this show is for u
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Brittany on April 29, 2014
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The Real Housewives of New York City has always been my favorite Real Housewives franchise. I have always found the women to be wildly entertaining, maybe sometimes a little bit off putting, but that's what I like about them. They are all incredibly strong and independent women. I like that we often times see them fall down but watch as they get right back up. In the past, I would give this show 5 stars, however I felt that this season really didn't offer as much as the rest. With real housewife Bethenny Frankel gone, there is a wit about the show that seems to be missing now. I love Sonja Morgan and think it was a great decision on Bravo's part to keep her on as a housewife, but Cindy Barshop was a terrible addition to the show. She was boring and really just did not fit in with the other ladies. I found her to be underwhelming at best and honestly a poor example of a middle aged new mom. I think Bravo was trying to appeal to a new genre of women who are having babies in their 30's and 40's but it seems that Cindy stopped being a parent the moment she gave birth to them. She always has nannies and staff with her and it always looks like they are the ones taking care of the babies. I think Bravo could have done themselves a favor by just leaving it with the 6 ladies from previous seasons and not even including Cindy.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Marian Bostwick on April 29, 2014
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I know why Bethenny left, but it's really too bad. LuAnn always laughs that phony laugh whenever she is putting someone down or talking over them which is all the time. Still, when B was on there was another really strong person that outweighed the countess. The newest season is just plain boring. The first 3 seasons were really good TV. LuAnn likes herself but no one else really does, they just stick because she is rich. She isn't even pretty. This reunion was really something. I think Jill's behavior is why she was fired. And Cindy, she just can't take it, Sonya was right, she came and went. This year (2014) everyone is just boring, even the arguments weren't exciting.
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The best thing about this show was the original cast. Why or how Twitter-twatter was given the power to drive casting decisions is beyond me, but the results speak for themselves,as each season gets progressively worse as the entertaining and familiar get shoved aside in favor of what has degenerated into, literally, a freak show that is embarrassing and unwatchable. Trying to redeem this NOT-hot mess by signing Bethenny on for season seven is too little, too late. It's not the real housewives of New York city without Jill,Alex (and Simon), and Kelly. These loud, crude, over-the-hill horny promiscuous exhibitionists are ugly in so many ways. Ewwww.
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