Carole discusses Ramona's skills with SAT prep, an alternate day of the ladies going to prison, and pens an ode to Millou.
Carole wonders when one should stop splashing, why she's a bullsh-- bisexual, and how many times one can say "Who does that?"
Carole understands the importance of a good blow dry, discusses what men really want, and shares the Sonja product she'd purchase.
Carole wishes Sonja was cast in 'Blue Jasmine,' just thinks Aviva is weird, and would rather talk about boys than BookGate.
Carole reminds her Housewives of the importance of an invite and shares the poem she wrote for Heather and Jonathan's anniversary.
Carole wishes she could've met the Aviva she knew two years ago again and would rather talk about dessert than slander.
You Can Lead a Horticulture but You Can't Make her Think. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a delusional Housewife in possession of an audience must be in want of a ludicrous storyline. Fine, I’m mixing Parker and Austen. I do it because I can.
Carole cops to being 50, discusses Aviva's age-shaming, and thinks her meeting with Harry was the funniest part of the episode.
Carole is back and ready to dish on this season, who her "real life" friends are and why it feels good to decline Aviva's calls.
In her final dispatch of the season, Carole encourages the viewers to apply their kindergarten teachings.