Tonight on Bravo's The Real Housewives of New York City
, natural food chef Bethenny meets up with Alex to teach her some healthy culinary techniques. Unfortunately, things go south when troubles in the romance department come to the surface. Meanwhile, the van Kempens get ready for an evening out, while Ramona helps daughter Avery and her friends prepare for a school dance.
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continues with tonight's offering entitled “Careful, She Bites.”
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The Real Housewives of New York City is on its fifth week since premiering March 4. The series was spun off its west coast predecessor, The Real Housewives of Orange County. Among the five cast members, Bethenny, who will try to impart some of her knowledge in natural and healthy food preparations to Alex in tonight's installment, is currently the only unmarried one in the group.
“I've been called the runaway bride,” Bethenny said at the start of the series. “I was married once and then I was engaged twice after that. I think I was always in relationships and getting engaged trying to get, have the family I never had.”
Aside from being a “runaway bride,” Bethenny also admitted earlier on, her dream of becoming the modern and healthy version of Martha Stewart.
“My career is very important to me,” Bethenny stressed. “I'm a natural food chef and I cook for different celebrities. Basically, I help people to get a little bit more healthy.”
Alex on the other hand, is slowly and steadily making her way up Brooklyn's social ladder, together with her husband Simon.
“It is expensive living in the city and raising children, but, I wouldn't live anywhere else,” Alex said earlier in the series. “You can't beat the culture – the private schools, the exposure to the best of the best. As we become more friendly with people who move in higher and higher circles in society, then I suppose we move up in society as well. I grew up in a small town in Kansas and lived there for 12 years - I don't ever want to live in the suburbs,” she added with no equivocation.
-Rosario Santiago, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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