Saturday, August 29, 2015

LuAnn de Lesseps and Heather Thomson Learn the True Meaning of 'Girl Code'
Well, that's a first.
Andy Cohen has hosted hundreds of hours worth of Real Housewives reunions. He's seen tears, cat fights, walkouts and plenty of wine-chugging. But on Thursday night, Bravo's finest managed to lull a Real Housewives of New York City star to sleep.

Amid a bittersweet conversation about widows Carole Radziwell and Dorinda Medley bonding over their dead husbands, Ramona Singer gently nodded off.

"Do you want me to wake you when something happens regarding you?" Cohen asked, laughing. 

Then, the cast went back to business, bickering over their doomed trip to Turks and Caicos, otherwise known as the sixth circle of hell.

Kristen Taekman, Heather Thomson and Radziwell were still being all, like, uncool about Singer and LuAnn de Lesseps letting a naked man into their vacation home, which led the ladies to debate the most pressing existential question of our time: What's the girl code?

"Ramona, it is completely inappropriate and sloppy of you to send a complete stranger that you met two hours ago upstairs," Taekman chastised. "That's gross and disgusting, and that, my friend, is breaking girl code."  

Singer and de Lesseps explained that they got drunk at a karaoke bar and brought two guys home. Yes, de Lessep's was married/"getting divorced", but no, she insisted, they did not hook up – they just went for a platonic stroll on the sand!

"You didn't walk on the beach and play Parcheesi," Bethenny Frankel cracked.

Thomson's problem was that the "safety and security" of the sleeping Housewives was put at risk. ("It's a lot, Scarlett O'Hara," Frankel said, rolling her eyes.)

There was a lot of talk of de Lesseps' dalliance with the French Johnny Depp pirate man in St. Barths a few seasons ago, Singer admitted she should have just called a cab for her inebriated overnight guest, and Frankel declared the squabble "the most ridiculous argument in Housewife history." 
RELATED:  The Real Housewives of New York City Reunion Shocker: Not a Fight, But a Snore