Angelina confronts a nemesis, while a rude man with an affinity for holes in his clothing triggers a magnitude 6.5 Ronpage.
Jennifer and her many bathrooms host a traditional Housewives fight that’s rudely interrupted by Jackie’s attempt to bring sanity to the proceedings.
Hiram Lodge’s calendar of nefarious deeds is busy this week.
Calling it “improv” might be a stretch, but the Real Housewives of New York City star was genuinely hilarious.
While Ron sleeps it off, the rest of the roomies embark on an unnecessarily elaborate meatball heist.
Stephanie’s frat party hosts the final battle of the Great LeeAnne-Brandi Phone Feud of 2018.
This Thanksgiving, I am thankful for black-hat LeeAnne Locken.
The Gorga siblings have so much more in common than they think, including an affinity for treating Melissa like garbage.
Ronnie goes in for an ill-advised second helping of French fries, to everyone else’s horror/delight.
Is LeeAnne pretending to be zen or actually succeeding at being zen?
A hatchet-throwing party and an Easter Sunday celebration prove to be equally ideal venues for working out aggressions.
The gang rallies together for a not-unridiculous human heist to free the Red Paladin — er, Archie.
A dark-horse contender for this week’s Spiral Squad champion has emerged. Hit it, Angeliners!
As the Housewives arrive in Copenhagen, Brandi has a plan to entrap LeeAnne, and Stephanie still isn’t sure which country they’re in.
Teresa’s made gains, Dolores and Margaret are burying hatchets, and Melissa is turning not-40. Plus: new Housewives!
The kids assume their parents’ past identities for a Gryphons & Gargoyles origin story flashback with a very loose attachment to its ‘90s setting.
As the gang reunites at a new shore house, Nicole asserts herself as the cast’s greatest showman. Come on, girl!
LeeAnne goes wedding dress shopping and Stephanie’s husband makes an unusual request for an anniversary present.
Jen rejoins the group post-arrest and it isn’t the smoothest reunion.
D’Andra and LeeAnne’s disagreement continues as others intervene to get D’Andra to watch her step.