'Real Housewives of New York': Making Lemonade Out of Lemons
'Real Housewives of New York': Making Lemonade Out of Lemons
Tiffany  Luckey
Tiffany Luckey
Contributing Writer, BuddyTV

This week on Real Housewives of New York, five of the women went on a cruise to celebrate Ramona renewing her vows with her husband. They climbed aboard a fabulous private yacht and headed to St. John. As usual, the Housewives took the fireworks with them...in the form of Bethenny & Kelly. Those two were arguing the entire time.

"Money Can't Buy You Class"

LuAnn met with a studio executive and recorded some tracks for her new song. Personally, I'm not a fan of the song, but if it makes her happy, why not?

"It's never about what it's about."

On the boat, the girls sat down for some lunch and the usual arguments. The girls started to backbite Jill, who wasn't there, and Kelly told them she doesn't like to do that. (Tell the truth, aren't we all sick of her saying she's above everyone?)

Bethenny and Kelly argued over the meaning of the phrase "making lemonade out of lemons." Kelly got so upset that she gave her cartwheel lecture and went indoors for a self-imposed time out.

Bethenny gave one of her classic one-liners when she said that Kelly came out of the gate as "Kook-a-doodle-do."

"The bar's on fire."

Back in New York, LuAnn went on a date with an author who took her to a club that used to be an opium den. They flirted and drank amazing drinks and the bartender did something wild when he set the bar on fire. It was spectacular, and not a tragedy. The fire was for show, nothing was actually destroyed.

"Where's the fish?"

Back in the Caribbean, the women went snorkeling. Ramona used a pool noodle for confidence but it looked hilarious. Unfortunately, there weren't many fish where they were diving. Hmmm, I wonder if they were so loud that they scared away the fish?

The Seating Chart

When it came time for dinner, Ramona told them she had a seating chart. Luckily, she separated Bethenny and Kelly. But right after dinner, they went inside to talk and the arguing started again.

A Hoe-Bag

Bethenny was still dealing with the emotional loss of her father and the others were supportive. But then, somehow the subject came up that Kelly had never had a one-night stand and thought it was a terrible thing to do. (Again, she thinks she's better than everyone.) Kelly announced to everyone that she's not a hoe-bag like Bethenny. Yikes!

The other girls started telling Kelly that she can't deal with having emotions and it was on again.

"They're like salt and water..."

The argument went on until they all went to the yacht next door where the owner of Hooters and a bunch of Hooters girls were having a party. The announcement was made that Bethenny and Kelly are "like salt & water, or oil and water, or whatever!"

Turtle Time

The evening ended with some of the girls going to a bar called the Turtle and dancing. Meanwhile, Kelly went back to the boat to get away from the drama.

What did you like best about this episode? Are you like me wondering why Kelly even bothered to go with the group, since she argues about everything? Let us know what you think!