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In the drama-filled season two premiere, an interview that Jill gave to the New York Post puts her in hot water with Alex and Simon. Bethenny decides to spend the summer with Jill at her Hamptons estate, and continues her whirlwind life on the social scene. LuAnn introduces new Housewife Kelly to the other ladies at a charity event. Written by Anonymous

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The Girls Are Back in Town or the Hamptons!
4 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

They should rename the show, Housewives of the Hamptons, because the first few episodes are mostly filmed in the Hamptons area where celebrities and the super-rich live and spend during the summer months. Personally, I would prefer to live in the Hamptons year round than to live in New York City because I love the beach. This summer, Alex and Simon have a rented a modest house in the Hamptons with their sons. The other ladies already have Hamptons estates like Jill, Ramona, LuAnn (I forgot the Countess), and Bethenny is staying with Jill which is a good idea since they have so much room and fun together. In the beginning, Jill has been naughty in talking to gossip gal, Cindy Adams, from the New York Post who published some unflattering comments about Simon but they make up. Ramona is another issue altogether. She leaves the party just because Alex and Simon are there to avoid a confrontation. Personally, I think she's more likely to be the most volatile person at Jill's party. Even last season, I thought Ramona was a bid odd, too self-centered, etc. There's more but don't get me started about Ramona.


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