First and foremost, Dorit reluctantly addressed the shocking claims Camille Grammer made on a recent episode of Season 9, where she said that Dorit's husband, PK, had confided in her about his past bankruptcy. In front of the entire cast, Camille questioned Dorit about how she was able to afford such nice clothes and cars, given what she claimed to know for certain about the couple's financial affairs. PK is accused of not repaying a $1.2 million loan from 2011. The case is ongoing.
Andy said the topic of Dorit's allegedly frozen bank account was the "No. 1 question" he received that evening, as he read off his cue card, "Do you think you owe Camille an apology now that it came out that your bank account has been frozen?"
"God, no," she scoffed. "And that's not even true."
"That's not true?" Andy pressed, forcing Dorit to clarify.
"No," she replied. "Not the way it's been blown up in the press."
"Was your bank account frozen?" Andy asked again.
"No," Dorit reiterated, prompting Andy to ask if there was "anything else" she could say about the situation.
"No, I can't really. It's an ongoing..." she began to say, before Andy asked if it had anything to do with her swimwear line, Beverly Beach by Dorit.
"No, it has nothing to do with Beverly Beach," she insisted. "It's an ongoing issue that PK's had. And this was our bank account that I actually stopped anything from happening, and the judge decided to wait until the situation, you know, things become more clear, and that's it."
"It has nothing to do with what Camille was saying, and no, I certainly do not owe Camille an apology," she added.
Dorit also revealed that PK and Ken Todd have an "in-existent" friendship today, even though they seemingly made up on camera.
"But I will say, [PK] did reach out," Dorit maintained. "We sent flowers when [Lisa's] mother passed away, and he sent a text message to Lisa. And you know, for us, it's always possible to..."
"It's like that song by Katy Perry!" Ramona blurted out. "It's not over 'til it's over. Think about it! It can be repaired, that's my point."
A caller then appropriately asked Ramona how she gets away with all the "verbal diarrhea."
"Because, you know what? I have a heart of gold, and I'm a giver," she replied modestly. "That's one of the reasons why I have like 30 girl friends. That's why my daughter's friends, 10 friends, hang out at the house. I'm invited everywhere, and I have people, because I have a great heart and I'm warm and giving and kind."
Ramona was also asked about her current dating life and told quite the story.
"My dating life is interesting," she explained. "The other night, I ran into Andy on a date. It was like the first dinner date!"
"You were on a date; I was not on a date," Andy quickly fired back.
"No, I didn't say you were on a date! I said I ran into you when I was on a date," Ramona said. "You were with a friend, I know that! And you said [my date] acted very familiar."
"Yeah, he seemed into it," Andy noted.
"He was into me," Ramona replied with a smile.
When it came to her thoughts on Luann de Lesseps' new song, "Feelin' Jovani," Ramona said she was "over it" and called the topic "old news."
"I love Luann. I mean, I like Luann," Ramona insisted, before Andy asked what she thought about newcomer Barbara Kavovit getting caught on camera talking smack about Luann's singing abilities while at Lu's cabaret show.
"I think they didn't get the whole part of it," Ramona said. "I think they just took a piece of it and forgot the other piece."
"So you feel that she is a good singer?" pot-stirrer Andy asked. Ramona was stumped. Opening her mouth wide while thinking about what she was going to let come out of it, she eventually replied, "She's not the best singer in the world, but she's a good performer!"
"The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Bravo, while "The Real Housewives of New York" airs Thursdays at the same time.