A week of hometown dates includes a messy, wing-filled trip to Buffalo.
The trip to France continues in an episode that mostly finds the Housewives spinning their wheels and checking out essential oils.
Colton makes a dramatic revelation; as the herd thins, another contestant leaves in tears.
The housewives go to Cannes but, unsurprisingly, drama follows them across the ocean.
It’s a very bad night for one contestant, but a good night for history buffs, when the show visits Richmond.
A trip to Sin City is filled with camels, Wayne Newton, and unnecessary hot tubs.
The season hits the slopes as one of the least-appealing contestants is revealed as a flat-Earther.
There’s a lot of behind-the-back gossip in the midst of an iffy charity event and some desperate wedding planning.
There are injuries aplenty in this episode, and only some of them take place during a football game.
Karen is the Benedict Arnold of event invitations.
What exactly is Becca’s personality, apart from her home state?
Turns out you’re never too old to get ghosted.
The best line of the episode comes from … the last Bachelorette.
Who hasn’t had a cry in the shampoo bowl?
How did this blessed union of Bachelor in Paradise contestants finally happen?
We are STILL at the Fat Bird Resort.
The Housewives’ visit to Nemacolin gets complicated by relationship drama and a ropes course.
Are there resorts that just exist for reality-TV stars to stay at and fight in?
Why in the world does Candiace keep talking about her fiancé’s penis?
Ashley Darby is a Tennessee Williams heroine in the middle of Potomac.
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