I don't think it can be forgotten that when Bethenny and Jason first met, both have reported that Jason opened the conversation with Bethenny by telling her to remove the stick up her butt. I think that is a good indication of the personality each of them had going into the relationship. I will admit that as much as Bethenny has gotten on my nerves this season, and as much as I've fallen out of her "corner" I really did enjoy seeing her and Jason starting life in their new apartment. It was fun to see both of them walking around with a "wow, this is OURS?" reaction. I loved when Bryn knocked over the vase, and both of their responses was "We're not these people!" it gave hints that maybe, just maybe, with all that they've gotten over the past few years, they still recognize who they are. I hope that sticks! I also had several thoughts about the scenes of Julie's departure. First, I was dissapointed that Bethenny couldn't give her the respect to walk her to the door, instead pouting on the couch focused on herself. Second, when the new assistant followed Julie out the door, presumably for a final off-camera conversation, I really wonder what was said, or how honest each of them is with each other about the realities of working with Bethenny. And lastly, now that it's been about 5 months since Julie left, I wonder if she's found it possible again yet to drink another skinny girl margarita. If Andy Cohen would ever host a "very special episode" of Watch What Happens Live, where Julie spilled her guts about all her honest thoughts about working with Bethenny, I'd take the day off work, send my family away, and sit on my couch with the TV on hanging on her every word.