A prank war just creates more tension and threatens to drive a cast member back to New Jersey.
D’Andra gets some cryptic advice about bull-riding and/or sex as part of her birthday celebration.
Angelina comes in hot as the parental drama from the previous episode spills into this one.
Snowmobiles and “butt darts” all play a role in an episode that finds some Housewives patching up their differences.
Ronnie and Jen fight (and fight and fight) in a tense episode that takes Ron to the breaking point.
A trip to Beaver Creek, Colorado, leads to fights and double entendres.
Season 2 begins with fresh drama, old fights, and some new Canadian stereotypes.
Stephanie and LeeAnne have a heartfelt conversation about mental health. Then the tequila and the usual nonsense take over.
The three finalists try to avoid soggy bottoms one last time as they face Season 5’s final challenge.
The Housewives learn about the amygdala, a baby joins the cast, and a wedding might be on the horizon in the third season premiere.
Patisserie week takes the British bakers on a difficult journey through French baking techniques in the season’s penultimate episode.
Making crackers proves daunting, but not as daunting as building something other than a house out of gingerbread.
Sweet dough week proves the undoing of two contestants in an episode that delivers some doughnut history.
Puddings threaten to get the better of the bakers this week, leading to some “unusual” results.
At Luann de Lesseps’s cabaret show, everyone feels like part of the extended Real Housewives universe.
The great British bakers take a crack at making some sweet American pies with mixed results.
Desserts Week finds one contestant summoning all the bravery she possesses. Also: We learn some words are pronounced quite differently in Britain!
This week’s challenge: tarts. But whoever will triumph must first avoid the trap of the soggy bottom.
The season draws to a close with — what else? — fights, hugs, and partying.
The beloved baking competition returns with a season never before seen in the U.S.
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