Two generations of New York stand-ups: one who feels, and one who doesn’t.
While funny, the comic possibilities are limited to stilted conversations, awkward silences, and misunderstandings
Shit, why don’t any of these girls want to be rich housewives?
And then kill it. And then eat it.
Adriana’s opening at her gallery is less about the art than about the cattiness.
Yet another ‘Real Housewives’ gala is an opportunity for the ladies to discuss their thoughts on servants.
A new installment of the franchise begins.
There’s a Caroline Manzo, a Jill Zarin, a Camille Grammer …
In the season’s conclusion, hangers-on, husbands, and sisterly hate are addressed.
Most of the debate centers around Camille’s divorce and Taylor’s lip.
As per the ‘Real Housewives’ handbook, all grudges come to a screaming head in the season finale.
Our subtext translator nearly overloads during her last night with Kelsey.
Camille arrives at Kyle’s bash bearing passive-aggressive gifts.
1. Lisa and Ken’s Vehicular Interlude.
Taylor finds that kickboxing is a great way to get in shape for giving a too-revealing speech.
Lessons on love from those who don’t really know.
It’s opening night for Grammer on Broadway, just as his marriage show is closing down.
A dying mom and catty friends really cramp Camille’s style in the Big Apple.
How else am I going to get out my aggression? It’s not like we have sex.