The Real Housewives of New York City Season 8 Episode 20 saw Bethenny spill news about Tom that absolutely devastated Luann.
Absolutely devastated her.
Picking up where last week left off, The Real Housewives of New York City Season 8 Episode 20 closed out the season with a bang.
Luann de Lesseps learned, via Bethenny Frankel, that her fiancé was making out with another woman, and man alive did s--t hit the fan.
First she was all like "I think I'm gonna vomit… I feel like somebody stabbed me in the chest. This is my worst nightmare."
Then she was like "I'm not going to let a kiss ruin my life."
In the span of like a week. Standard turnaround.
In Miami, Bethenny came clean and told Luann that she informed Ramona Singer and Carole Radziwill about those pictures of Tom.
Dorinda Medley and Jules Wainstein remained in the dark, however, at the start of The Real Housewives of New York City Season 8 Episode 20.
The weirdest part, or maybe not given who we're talking about, was that Luann seemed more concerned with how this made her look.
Rather than, you know, the actual betrayal.
Bethenny revealed she called the Regency, pretended to be the girl Tom was making out with, and did all she could to confirm the story.
Because that's not weird at all.
At first, Luann appreciated this, but later, decided it was not Bethenny's place to do the detective work, while Ramona made it all about her.
Totally shocking, we know.
Later, Tom and Luann returned to the Regency, the scene of the makeout crime, where he asked Dorinda to "take a bullet" for Luann.
We'll have to watch The Real Housewives of New York City online during the three-part reunion to get a full explanation of that comment.
Eventually, they hashed everything out.
"We talked about a stupid kiss…I could clearly see he was devastated. Tom told me that this kiss meant nothing," Luann said.
He said he ran into a woman he had not seen in a while and she was ready "willing and able to be there for him and Tom fell into her clutches."
So that's it then? Apparently yes.
"We truly love each other," Luann said. "Of course I'm devastated and shocked by the situation; I'm not going to let a silly kiss ruin my life."
"Who doesn't make mistakes?"
The ladies assembled at a Skinnygirl party thrown by Bethenny, who sought to put the matter to bed (sort of) with an impassioned speech:
"We have had men die on us, cheat on us, steal from us and we're still standing. Here's to the empowerment of women. I love you all."
And that's all there is to it.
"These women force you to grow. There's no doubt about it," Dorinda said about the women who comprise the craziest cast on Bravo.
Amen to that.