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Sonja Morgan Insists Ramona Singer is “Miserable”

The feud between Bethenny Frankel and Ramona Singer finally cooled down on this week’s episode of The Real Housewives of New York, but just as they patched things up, Sonja Morgan seemed to bring on the drama with Singer.

Sonja decided to confront Ramona about the happy “act” she was putting on in her life since her split with her ex-husband Mario. “I want you to admit you’re not happy like you say,” a drunk Morgan told her friend.

“I’m happy!” Singer insisted, but the episode quickly showed the infamous “to be continued” line.

Earlier in the episode Morgan even told Bethenny Frankel and Carole Radziwill that Ramona was trying to work on herself, but at the core was “miserable.”

“She’s trying — she’s looking at herself, she really is. She’s reflecting,” Sonja told the girls. “Ramona’s miserable right now and she says she’s happy right now but she’s not.”

“Showing off and saying, ‘I have this guy and that guy’ doesn’t make us think she’s happy,” Morgan continued. “That house of hers in the Hamptons? The walls are paper thin… [and] her and Mario had sex every night. She was happy in that marriage cause when that woman’s getting banged, she’s happy.”

Morgan echoed the same sentiment to Ramona when she confronted her. “You were having great sex every night. You were so happy,” she said. “Of course you had your quirks — you’re not perfect. And now you said you’re happy and you’re happy without Mario? I don’t believe it. You don’t go from getting banged every night to getting nothing.”

“I was there. I was in the room next door,” Sonja continued. “That must be hard not getting banged every night. It’s hard. It’s hard to be alone.”

Morgan added, “Mario is like a sledgehammer. She has to stop with this fake sh*t.”

Singer admitted that she and Mario used to have sex “like three or four times” a week. “I was very fortunate. It was pretty damn good,” she said. “That’s what my therapist said — she was like, ‘No one has this kind of sex after even three years of marriage.’ [But] what do you want me to do? I miss Mario but it’s not there anymore. I have to go on. So it doesn’t make sense to talk about what I had.”

“The fact that Ramona’s putting on that front is making her act out,” Sonja told viewers. “That’s her childhood behavior I’ve seen over and over again. She’s not happy.”

But Ramona was all smiles during the episode as she finally made peace with Bethenny. “I’m trying everything here, let’s face it. Sideways, upside down, left and right. I’ll stand on my head. I just want it to be back to what it was, for Christ’s sakes,” Singer told viewers. “I feel like I can never win. Not that I want to win. Unless she’s sick and she doesn’t have that sharp edge, then she’s nice to me. But as soon as she’s healthy, then she snaps at me like a turtle. Snap snap snap!”

But Ramona apologized to Bethenny again, insisting she had no issues with her. “I’m sorry — I don’t know why I keep picking on you and saying things. It just gets worse and worse and worse and snowballs,” she said. “I don’t know why I’m embarrassing myself with you all the time.”

An emotional Bethenny responded, “I’ve never in my life felt swings like this. I’ve never had someone be so terrible to me and then just be like pleasant to be around. You gotta work on the middle. Start being a nice person that people want to be around so that you’re not someone that people just tolerate. You got to do a lot better.”

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