On the season finale of the Real Housewives of Potomac, the cast continued to count each other's money and meddle in each other's romantic lives, even as their own beds lay cold and empty in modest rental homes.
Karen announced that she's having an "exotic" themed party at her new home, and that not EVERYBODY will be invited.
Robyn Dixon told Juan that her therapist encouraged her to date other people, AND that the men were all over her in Bermuda. Be that as it may, she insisted she wanted to focus on fixing their relationship. Juan said he was on board.
Monique Samuels moved into her Potomac house, and had her cast mates over for a surprisingly peaceful viewing.
The ladies went shopping for outfits for Karen's party, which she switched from an "exotic" to an Indian and/or African theme. She also graciously invited Ashley to attend, despite their friction.
Karen presented Ray with the photos from her naughty shoot as a 20th wedding anniversary gift. He wanted to know what happened to her clothes.
The day of the party, Gizelle and Charrisse did not even set foot in the door before insulting Karen's party decor. Once inside, they set upon Karen's guests, demanding to know why she had moved so quickly, and why she had moved into a gigantic home instead of downsizing as they thought she would.
Monique thought it was a good idea to show up in a Native American head dress and face paint. Nobody else seemed to agree.
Karen and her husband toasted to 20 years of marriage with some truly over-the-top PDA. Gizelle said what many people were thinking: "I don't ever want to see that again."
Karen broke down in tears when she heard a recording of her mother (who suffers from dementia) wishing her a happy anniversary.
Charrisse is no longer communicating with Eddie, but IS renovating the rest of her home.
Gizelle is now dating a retired basketball player she met at the gym.
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