Wow. So they're angry because the poor woman wanted to keep her marriage problems private? And Ramona's inferiority complex justifies her?On LuAnn being separated from her husband before publicly announcing it:
“I think she needed to come clean about [her] marriage [problems]. That was one of the reasons why Ramona was particularly upset with LuAnn because she was kind of living this lie and making Ramona feel like, ‘I’m better than you.’ It’s like, listen, we all know what’s going on here. Don’t be a hypocrite, and that’s where a lot of the [hard] feelings came from.”
Jill was the most ethical person on the show but in the argument about the step and repeat she was like a pit bull, pouncing on irrelevancies like Ramona not knowing right away where the Social Register was (on a book shelf? I didn't get that but the S.R. is not a big factor in my life). That's a sort of disreputable technique, IMHO, as it diverts attention from the main issue.
I thought LuAnn was very nicely humble when she was trying to show Bethenny how to do a runway walk; she made it clear she was mainly a commercial model despite having done some runway work in Milan. LuAnn is growing on me (a bit) as I noticed there was a lot less of Countess and she seemed genuinely thrilled to open NASDAQ, while Jill's pretentiousness is causing me to go off her. Ramona's Ramona. I feel sorry for her in a way, she wasn't to the manner born.
Then I had go to bed so I'll finish the rest of the finale tonight.