Luann de Lesseps took center stage on The Real Housewives of New York City this week.
The longtime cast member brought her co-stars on to a yacht in order to celebrate her engagement to Tom D'Agostino, the same Tom D'Agostino who also dated Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan.
"This is very awkward because I lost a companion, I lost a lover and I lost a dinner date," Morgan complained at one point about going to the yacht party.
But Morgan said she would be willing "suck it up" for Luann's sake and attend the shindig.
This is what de Lesseps had to say about Morgan's reaction and Morgan's past with Tom in her latest blog entry:
"It took Tom only a couple of months to realize that he wanted to marry me and in 10 years, he never considered making the same commitment to Sonja. This doesn't mean that Tom didn't care about her or that he didn't enjoy her company.
"They are friends. What it does mean is that our relationship is different, and we are deeply in love and looking forward to spending the rest of lives together."
However, there appears to be a storm brewing on the Bravo hit that has nothing to do with Morgan.
And everything to do with Bethenny Frankel.
Those who watch The Real Housewives of New York City online saw on Wednesday night how the episode ended with Frankel claiming to have received a late-night barrage of incriminating text messages from somebody that could derail Luann's upcoming wedding.
"Is Sonja a sleeper cell?" Luann wondered on her blog, actually adding:
"I'm thinking that Bethenny is going to be the terrorist of this trip.
"You can see how excited she was to tell her friend in Florida about something she heard regarding Tom and me. The look on her face says it all…like a cat who ate the canary!
"Why some of the girls revel in making me unhappy, I'll never understand. I'm just glad that I know myself and I know Tom so whatever Bethenny's concocting, we're ready for it."
And it's understand why Luann would be unhappy about Bethenny's attempt to ruin her relationship with Tom.
But perhaps we can put an end to all "terrorist" talk when it comes to storylines on The Real Housewives of New York City.
Must we really explain why this is an inappropriate metaphor to use?