Bravo aired a throwback episode of “Real Housewives of New York” on Thursday during which Ramona Singer and Luann de Lesseps watched from their homes and gave their reactions. The cast members watch “Let’s Have a Tiki” that was the fourth episode from Season 12. In it, Singer has a party at her home. When she retires early for the evening, some of the other cast members got a little out of control and trashed her house.
Leah McSweeney got very drunk and started ripping lit tiki torches out of the ground from around the pool and throwing them into the yard. The other women threw food all over the kitchen and broke wine glasses in the backyard.
The next morning, Singer woke up to her house in absolute shambles. And she still has not forgotten about it. During the episode, she and Dorinda Medley got into an argument about who should be responsible for cleaning the mess. Medley argued guests shouldn’t have to pick it up.
“Listen bitch you made a big mess,” Singer said on Thursday night. “Sorry I don’t have help. They made the effing mess you clean up bitch! It’s not me! It’s my house! You’re my guests. Really Dorinda? Really? Now you’re pissing me off more than Leah.”
The episode also showed when Singer was a guest at Medley’s Blue Stone Manor home in the Berkshires. During her stay, Singer ripped some sconces off the walls of the guest bedroom.
“You can’t compare some stupid paint missing from a fricking bedroom to a home kitchen destroyed,” Singer said. “And my backyard! This is embarrassing. Don’t tell me how to talk Dorinda. Are you kidding me? This is a disaster area. Who doesn’t put away food? They’ve got broken hands now? Are you kidding me?”
There’s been drama elsewhere among the “Real Housewives of New York” cast this week. McSweeney went off on cast members not taking the coronavirus pandemic seriously.
“I am so disgusted by some of my castmates and their families who spent the entire fucking quarantine in Florida living it up. … showing everyone how they are living it up,” she said on Instagram. “Then, Florida of course there is a surge, they come back to New York, and are out like nothing, not quarantining, not taking this shit seriously. And basically, laughing in all of our faces.”
Singer and her daughter have been traveling back and forth between Florida and New York during the pandemic.