A reunion episode grapples with a cast member’s sexual assault allegations.
A pool party becomes the site of rebellions large and small.
The Housewives go to Colombia where Bethenny makes a terrible mistake in her choice of soup.
Season 13 returns with an episode that focuses mostly on catching up with the cast (with some time thrown in for rope climbing).
Elektra and Angel both bump up against the limitations of the straight world.
Ashley takes center stage and her conflict with Kathryn comes to a head in the season 5 finale.
Bonnie has electrical troubles, but calls in a painter instead of an electrician while Diana learns how ‘70s gay bars work.
A cabaret legend makes an appearance and the Housewives have an eventful evening speed dating.
Angel continues her confrontation with Stan’s wife in an episode titled after a classic disco song that has a special meaning for Pray Tell.
In another too-long episode, Pose turns its eye to mother issues.
The Fab Five go to the mayor of a small Georgia town to administer one of the season’s least-needed makeovers.
Many shellfish are consumed in an episode focusing on a polo game.
Bonnie’s stage-mom tendencies emerge … thanks to a commercial for orange juice?
The visit to the Mayflower continues, and so do the arguments.
Some injections from a less-than-legitimate source are just one source of drama in this episode.
The Fab Five help a homeschooled teenager prepare to be a little less awkward in college.
A Hollywood party is filled with new possibilities, but also with potential disaster.
The Fab Five meet a slob who hasn’t told his parents he never graduated college.
Everyone is in a race to see who can be the most pathetic.
A trip to Connecticut’s Mayflower Inn leads to some jockeying over who gets the best room and jail stories.
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