The Real Housewives of New York City Season 6 Episode 11 Recap: Ramona Trapped

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The Real Housewives of New York City Season 6 Episode 11, as any devoted fan could have predicted, was again all about Ramona, Ramona, Ramona.

She throws drinks at people. What do you expect?

The women decided to stage a Ramona intervention of sorts after she left them in the Berkshires to go to Molly Sims' party in the Hamptons last week.

Naturally, this totally necessary action made The Real Housewives of New York City Season 6 Episode 11 a virtual tidal wave of Ramotional moments.

Yes, Ramotional. She is in her own league.

Denying everything, freaking out, making counter-accusations ... the works. But she was LITERALLY boxed in (booth style), so at least she couldn't flee!

Perhaps it was that predicament that left her no choice. She actually apologized (sort of), saying she was embarrassed about throwing a wine glass at Kristen.

Hey, you gotta take what you can get with Singer.

Later, Ramona and Kristen met for tea so Ramona could (sort of) apologize again, but Taekman should have been content to leave well enough alone.

After hearing Ramona's attempt at an apology, she criticized her again and again for her actions, trying to extract a more sincere or additional mea culpa.

Didn't happen. And the arguing began yet again.

Hey, why agree to bury the hatchet and move on, or even just dislike each other without malice or passive-aggressive behavior, when you can fight?

We suppose there would be no show if they behaved like adults, but it's amazing to think that things are somehow worse off than when she bolted the Berkshires.

For that, you almost have to give them credit.

On a side note, what's with Heather Thomson meeting Kristen Taekman and her son at the park, then asking Kristen's son for a bite of his ice cream?

Not her kid's ice cream, a friend's kid's.

A bit unusual no? Then again if you watch The Real Housewives of New York City online, it's the least bizarre thing you've seen all year, so we digress.

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