‘Real Housewives’ Gone Wild: Skinny-Dipping, ‘White Trash’ Talk

by | September 11, 2012 at 10:56 AM | Real Housewives of New York City

You know when any of the “Real Housewives” shows go on a group vacation, outrageous ridiculousness tops the itinerary.

The Real Housewives of New York City” crew may have topped even the most over-the-top antics on their island vacation.

Monday night’s episode displayed some very un-saintly activity in St. Barths that included nakedness, screaming, drunkenness, screaming, flings with a Johnny Depp look-alike, and the ramifications of perhaps the gravest insult a “Housewife” can hurl: Calling your costars “white trash.”

White trash? (Oh no she didn’t!) Oh yes, Aviva did call Sonja and Ramona white trash in last week’s garrish display and the fallout continued in Part 2. Granted, Aviva is nuts for expecting the ladies to be happy that her husband crashed their all-girls trip, but she expected them to be “gracious” because he’s such a saint for escorting her anxiety-ridden ass on the plane and delivering her to them to join the “fun.”

“I didn’t bring my husband down here to watch you get drunk. Or get topless in the pool,” an enraged Aviva spit out. “You’re both white trash, quite frankly!” Watch the Clip Below.

Oh yes, several of the housewives stripped down for some night-time skinny-dipping in the pool, and pushing others in their designer dresses into the pool, frat-boy style. “At 40 plus years old, it’s immature,” according to Aviva. And “disgusting.” Watch the Clip Above.

Or as her husband Reid described it, “Overweight Old Ladies Gone Wild.” (oh yes!)

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But wait, there’s more!

Don’t miss this completely nonsensical screamfest between Aviva and Sonja, in which Sonja thinks she’s winning the argument by saying things like:

“I’ve been around a long time, bitch. I’m old. Okay? I’m no young person. I have friends. I have credibility. Don’t say I’m a double-facer! Return to Sender!” Watch the Clip Below.