The marquee bout of tonight’s reunion is Goldschneider vs. Giudice.
Jennifer and Bill’s perfectly lovely party turns into another kind of party altogether once Danielle and Marty arrive.
Jennifer and Melissa’s broken-glass confrontation resolves in surprisingly drama-free fashion.
An hour focused on Kevin, Josie, Cheryl, and Reggie offers a welcome reprieve from this show’s usual Plot-o-Rama.
With Margaret and Jennifer finally getting along, Danielle and Teresa take it upon themselves to defrost the seemingly resolved beef.
Forget it, Jughead. It’s Riverdale.
You know it’s a ridiculous Housewives fight for the ages when Danielle is the extremely improbable voice of reason.
Archie’s return to Riverdale is accompanied by emotional strife and last-minute standardized test prep.
Jackie sort of apologizes, Jennifer sort of cries, and everyone is sort of friends again. Until they’re not.
Strap in, it’s an extended dream sequence.
Is Jennifer … growing on me? What is happening?
Can local journalism be saved by Bravo stars channeling their passive-aggression into print?
On the eve of Danielle and Marty’s wedding, the Joes decide to speak now rather than forever hold their peace.
Danielle’s Bahamas wedding begs the question: Can you be considered a bridezilla when your behavior is monstrous under normal, non-wedding conditions?
Ron’s relationship woes are put on pause so the Shore gang can take part in some wholesome (for them) fundraising fun.
Did anyone really think Danielle was going to be chill about her bachelorette party?
One of the dullest episodes in a while sends us into the mid-winter break by putting to bed the mystery of the Gargoyle King — or does it??
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.