"I strangely feel this relief," Tinsley admits.
On Wednesday's episode of "The Real Housewives of New York," Tinsley revealed to her co-stars that after last week's "Truth or Dare" fiasco, she and her boyfriend, Scott -- who lives in Chicago -- decided to call it quits.
"After everything that happened at Bethenny's, when I got home, I ended up calling Scott, and I said to him, 'I need more from you. I just need you to be here. Just come to New York,'" Tinsley explained during a tearful confessional. "And he said, 'No, I can't.' So -- that's all she wrote."
Tins first shared the news with Luann de Lesseps after the two went to their first Al-Anon meeting together. "This happened all just after that dinner, but I strangely feel this relief," she expressed. Luann couldn't be happier for her, saying she's "glad" Tins decided to "move on."
Later on, Dorinda Medley invited the ladies over for a spa day, where something that typically never happens among these women took place: People made up.
At the start of the event, though, Dorinda got on Ramona Singer's case for ditching her at an event they had recently gone to together. Dorinda believes Ramona purposefully got herself seated at a different table so that she could schmooze -- or as Sonja Morgan put it, "social climb" -- but Ramona kept saying it was some sort of innocent mix-up.
The two screamed it out while Dorinda's hands flailed and Ramona's eyes bugged, but by the end of it, they hugged it out and exchanged I love yous. Dorinda said she simply couldn't stay mad at Ramona -- something Bethenny's said once or twice in the past.
Shortly after, Dorinda and Barbara Kavovit hashed out their differences before Barbara talked things out with Ramona. It all seemed almost too peachy for our liking. Hmmmmm.
Later on in the day, Tinsley decided to tell the rest of the ladies about her breakup. Sonja was the second to hear the news.
"Did you have to tell me that now? I'm in such a good mood!" she replied with a laugh. Tinsley explained Bethenny's dare "triggered" something in her and that, at the end of the day, Scott was just not comfortable with her socialite lifestyle.
"I'm happy to hear that Tinsley and Scott have broken up. I think it's healthier for her," Sonja later told the camera. "No offense to Scott, but sometimes two people aren't meant for each other. And I definitely know that Tinsley depends too much on Scott."
Tinsley could hardly wait to tell Bethenny the news, and the moment she got to Dorinda's, Tins blurted out, "Scott and I broke up! Hi! Hello! How are you?"
"There is never any foreplay," Bethenny later joked. "It is literally jam it in, no lube and we are started. Tinsley is the poster child for breakups. She's like (in a high-pitched voice), 'We broke up! Haha! Ding!' I've never seen a better breakup in my life. If I could break up like Tinsley, I'd break up with everybody!"
But to Tinsley's face, Bethenny said, "That wasn't the right relationship for you," and gave her a hug. "That's good news, Tinsley. I thought I was gonna have to get a rope and f--king pull you out. I really did," she added.
Tinsley then told Dorinda, Barbara and Ramona, who was actually a little surprised. "I really thought Tinsley would just be a hanger-onner with Scott," Ramona told the camera.
But let's get to the Mario stuff -- because it's good.
Before spa day, Ramona, Sonja and Luann went out for drinks. At the bar they were at was none other than Ramona's ex-husband, Mario Singer.
Telling the other ladies all about their girls night, Lu said, "Ramona can't even believe he's there. She turns bright red. I've never seen her that cute in ages! I mean, she was like a little schoolgirl!"
That's when Dorinda blurted out that she had heard a rumor Mario went back to Ramona's apartment.
"Did you hook up with Mario?!" Bethenny shouted.
"Yes! She took him home!" Sonja replied, but Ramona kept saying, "Absolutely not."
"He came to the house to walk Coco," she maintained as Bethenny whispered to herself, "He wanted to walk her p---y, is what he wanted."
"I stroked his face with cream!" Ramona added -- as if that made the story any more normal and/or believable.
"Is that the only head you stroked?" Dorinda asked.
We are not worthy of these women.
"The Real Housewives of New York" airs Wednesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo.
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