The Real Housewives of New York City Season 8 Episode 8 Recap: So Much Pot-Stirring!

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On The Real Housewives of New York City Season 8 Episode 8, Sonja Morgan learned what happens if one crosses Bethenny Frankel.

Oh yes, Bethenny railed against Sonja and her new Tipsy Girl product and basically uninvited her from the Berkshires. A terrible fate.

Dorinda Medley ultimately sided with Frankel, telling LuAnn de Lesseps, "The girls love me at parties, I'm the one making out with everyone."

Truer words have never been spoken.

Meanwhile, when everyone wasn't talking about the Berkshires trip and Morgan's absence, they were talking about de Lesseps' new man.

Obviously, Tom used to date Ramona Singer, though the true extent of the pair's relationship differs if you ask De Lesseps or Singer.

A few dates? More than a few dates?

In any case, de Lesseps and Singer found themselves stuck at a dining room table in the Berkshires awkwardly discussing the topic.

Is anything they do not awkward?

There was also a rehashing of the previous screaming match that took place between Singer, Medley and Medley's BF John Mahdessian.

That was something to behold, too.

But this week, instead of Medley battling Singer or Frankel slamming Morgan, Bethenny decided she would come at LuAnn, and HARD.

To make a long story short, Bethenny outed LuAnn's relationship with Tom, in front of Ramona no less, and she didn't stop there either.

She brought up LuAnn's earlier claim to have helped think up Frankel's Skinnygirl empire, and needless to say that was not flattering.

Later, LuAnn made a joke about Ramona despising John only because she wants to bone him. Yes, the pot was stirred so many times.

Not that Dorinda seemed to care.

"[Singer] spent the last month treating me like s--t, and now her dog's going to treat my house like s--t. It's full circle," Medley mused.

Anyway, that's about it for now. You can follow the link above to watch The Real Housewives of New York City online and see it all in full.

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