The new cast makes their first pilgrimage to the Hamptons

After a premiere that left the Bravo fanbase in turmoil with nameless, supposedly uncool restaurants (that Twitter tracks down). were hard to draw conclusions) and arguments about cheese, Real Housewives of New York Season 14 silenced her remaining critics with just one episode. It’s one thing to repeat that magic for the rest of the season, but to top it for something even better is quite another. There were many late stages housewives Seasons that start off with a promising premiere and then just a week later go haywire – I’m looking at you, Salt Lake City Season 3. So if the second episode of the RHONY When the reboot began with a trip to the Hamptons, I almost fell out of my chair.

Any Real Housewives of New York Die-hards know that great reality television is produced in the Hamptons. A favorite of the rich and famous, the lush Long Island area is a magnet for good drama. Who among us can forget the argument about Cindy Barshop trying to drag everyone from their McMansions in Sag Harbor to Quogue in Season 4? Or what about Ramona Singer? have a piss match with former New York Gov. David Paterson about who one of them is more blind?

The Hamptons exude the restless energy we’ve come to expect from our housewives, and whoever came up with the idea of ​​keeping the new cast under one roof for three days should be awarded one of those presidential medals that made Ellen DeGeneres cry. This episode underscores the cast of the reboot as bespoke television perfection. Each of these women is both approachable and completely disjointed; We should love to party with the housewives as much as we fear them, and that kind of consistently frenetic energy is what this Long Island delivers in droves.

Everyone knows that a great way to start a three-day trip with your girlfriends is to embarrass them for wanting to be comfortable. So Erin chastises Sai, Ubah and Jessel on the phone while the three women are on their way to Erin’s house in the Hamptons. The trio in the black SUV doesn’t understand Erin’s reservations about her over-preparation, and neither do I. Sai specifically brought her own toilet paper because she “didn’t know what the situation was [Erin] Sure, some might consider it rude to bring your preferred toilet paper to someone else’s home. I call it being ready for anything. You really think you know someone until you go to their house and realize they’re using single-ply toilet paper. Single-ply should never be allowed into a living space; it should be reserved exclusively for campus bathrooms and abandoned petco stores.

Erin is also not happy that Ubah wants to stop by Provisions, a great grocery store in Hamptons, to buy her favorite snacks. I would also describe that as “being a great guest”. You take some of the pressure off the host, and you can also eat whatever you want, whenever you want—without having to worry about saving anything for others. But because Erin has texted a caviar caterer and made dinner reservations, she takes Ubah’s grocery shopping as a side issue. It’s a bit ridiculous, but that absurdity makes the group dynamic compelling.

When the group finally arrives, our mistress and rescuer Jenna Lyons has already made it to Erin’s house. Jenna’s high-profile, semi-celebrity status is truly impressive RHONY the energy boost that has been needed for a long time. When Jenna walks into a room, the mood changes completely; She has an impressive presence but isn’t necessarily intimidating. She knows exactly how to steer the ship, even if the mere sight and smell of fresh dill makes her choke (as a pickle hater, I howled and roared to show my support). It’s the kind of microscopic silliness we need from a respected titan of fashion, and coupled with her stories of coming out late in life and her mother’s recent illness, they make for a versatile TV personality to watch endlessly.

In the meantime, former internet favourite Brynn is late for the party and stays in town an extra night to get a strep test. But even without their lively demeanor, the group of five ensures lots of exuberant fun. Jenna gives everyone lingerie and Jessel’s gift is an emerald green silk panty trimmed with black lace that she calls “Grinch vibes.” The slip is – how shall I put it mildly – ​​ugly as a sin. It’s ill-fitting and too long, and Jessel can’t hide her absolute dislike for it, earning her some major points in my ever-changing ranking. But before she goes to dinner, Jenna immediately calls Jessel back, essentially calling Jessel a fashion victim for conflicting designer labels.

Dinner is at the popular Hamptons bistro, Topping Rose, and I could practically hear the ghosts of the excommunicate RHONY Housewives moaning in agony, doomed to walk around for eternity at the sight of the restaurant. Several lunches and dinners were held at Topping Rose Real Housewives of New York‘s tenure and fitting the reboot’s cast into this relic of bygone times makes it clear why the franchise needed a refresh. When Season 13 went down the drain, the old was over housewives spent their trip to the Hamptons drunk as usual and yelling at each other. There was very little ease and no excitement. Now there are two housewives in the cast who don’t even drink (Ubah and Jenna), and the show feels just as comfortable as it did in the heyday of seasons 7 through 9.

But even the best episodes have to end eventually, no matter how much I beg and beg the producers to send me every single piece of footage that was left out of the final cut. The women start talking about sex — Jessel hasn’t slept with her husband since their kids were born a year ago, while everyone else is up to their necks in coitus — and things slow down just enough for the episode to start getting real emotion. Jenna talks about coming out New York Post in 2012 and tells the group about her later wake-up call in life. “Something happened when I turned 40,” Jenna says in her confessional. “I had this beautiful little boy, I had this amazing job, but I felt like I wasn’t happy. And I remember thinking to myself, ‘I don’t want to feel like this for the next 40 years.’

It’s an intriguing conclusion to the episode, perfectly complemented by the start of another goofy argument about Jessel’s hideous underwear as the group gets home. Taken together, this dichotomy is exactly why we love Real Housewives of New Yorkand why it is markedly different from all the others housewives franchises. Similar to the city of the same name, the atmosphere is compact and colourful. The people in it are full of stories and subtleties that are not necessarily visible to the naked eye. And that’s what makes it so exciting to shed those layers with this new cast. If RHONY It can be so much fun when a girl is missing. Imagine how nice it will be when Brynn joins next week. Let’s just hope she arrives without toilet paper.

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