Our favorite housewives were still in the Berzerkshires on Wednesday's episode of The Real Housewives of New York City, and that can only mean one thing:
By the end of the installment, there were tears and a great big divide.
Dorinda Medley, who is annoying much of her co-stars these days, decided to take the ladies to Ventfort Hall.
Sonja Morgan was in her element, taking in the beautiful building, but the trip also caused some problems for her.
It reminded her of the townhouse she shared with her ex. Yes, her townhouse was like a studio in comparison, but it still reminded her of that beautiful New York townhouse.
Remember she was trying to get rid of it?
At the mansion, Dorinda was trying to learn everything there was to know about the family who lived in the exquisite abode.
At one point, she even picked up a handwritten letter in one of the rooms, and Sonja was livid. She told her friend to get her fingers off the note and to respect that it was not for her to read.
"Maybe it's all the old wood and the dust and the smell of mold, but it goes from Sonja to Lady Morgan very quickly," Luann de Lesseps said in bewilderment.
Ramona Singer picked up on Sonja's wild behavior and spoke to Dorinda about it at the end of the trip.
When they returned to their living quarters, Sonja could not help but get as drunk as possible. She was knocking those drinks back like they were going out of fashion.
It was pretty bizarre!
Sonja went on one of her drunken tirades of terror, and not one of the women were safe. She asked Bethenny Frankel to indulge in a night of passion with her.
She followed that up by bashing Barbara Kavovit for trying to "steal" Bethenny for her.
"You come near her room tonight, I'm gonna punch your face out," Sonja said to a visibly alarmed Barbara.
"What are you talking about, Sonja?" Dorinda wondered.
"I'm talkin' about the truth!" Sonja shouted.
Bethenny told her to sip some water, and Sonja said that were "goin' all night."
"We're going to the billiards!" she laughed.
Dorinda then tried to get her dog away from Sonja, and the latter lashed out.
The ladies chatted about jewelry they had been given from their exes, and Dorinda chatted about her deceased husband.
"Oh, boy, here we go!" Sonja yelled, but the ladies had no idea what was going on, so they asked her.
"No, I have no problem talking about Richard!" she maintained. "So she doesn't want to talk about my husband?"
Tinsley stepped in, saying that Dorinda took them all out that day.
I said, 'Look at these antiques,' and Dorinda put her paws all over these letters," Sonja complained before shouting, "You got in that house, YOU DON'T TOUCH THOSE F--KING LETTERS! YOU DON'T TOUCH THE F--KING MORGAN LETTERS!" It was pretty embarrassing.
Elsewhere, Bethenny was blindsided by Luann's complaints about the bedroom situation, primarily because Bethenny was one of the few people who tried to help her when she relapsed.
"Why is Luann talking behind my back at all saying any negative thing about me whatsoever in any capacity at all in any iteration whatsoever?!" Bethenny complained to Dorinda.
"She should be saying, 'You are the Lord Jesus Christ,' and I don't even know if I believe in that. I'm not Catholic."
"I really can't wrap my head around that," Bethenny added in a confessional.
"We went through this intervention together, and I didn't do what I did for her because I feel that she owes me, but saying anything negative or anything catty -- zero bandwidth."
RHONY continues Wednesdays on Bravo.