A fast-paced reality show that follows several incredibly busy and ambitious Manhattan women. Watch as they balance envious social calendars, challenging careers, and motherhood, with the hustle and bustle of the big city all around.
Luann de Lesseps,
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Adriana De Moura,
Been watching Real Housewives for years and have enjoyed seeing Teresa face consequences as she stole thousands of dollars from people and pretended not to know. These women have been acting like junior high school adolescents for years and what can I say, I got hooked. But now, Marge's voice makes it hard to watch the show unless I can mute out her voice.
Marge, what you are doing with your voice is called "vocal fry". Google it. It can't be good for your voice. Sometimes you talk like a normal person, and coupled with a smile and joke, you are funny and likable! However, once your voice grates and croaks like a toad with vocal fry it's impossible to listen because it grates on the ears of anyone with any sensitivity to sound. Please Large Marge, lay off the vocal fry. We all want to enjoy the funny Marge! And Melissa, you are the best, just hang in there and keep doing what you do; it can't be easy having Teresa as a sister in law but count your blessings. I enjoy this show!
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