Real Housewives of New York City Season 6 Episode 13: Preview & Live Stream


What is it about Bravo reality shows and Horse Racing? A trip to the watch the horses is a prerequisite for any Bravo show. It allows the cast a chance to dress up and wear ridiculous hate. It also helps out Horse Racing by making the whole experience appear to be glamorous. Tonight’s all new episode of the Real Housewives of New York City kicks off the action at the Saratoga Racetrack. There we get to watch the assumed bankrupt Sonja tells us all how wonderful it is to throw around money.

Aviva’s inappropriate father George returns tonight so that the women can meet his new 25 year old fiance. George likes them young as we’ve heard many times before. It’s really just a great excuse to get George and Ramona into the same room together. Ramona once kicked George out of her violence against women charity for being violent with her. It was quite the Ramona formulation. George isn’t going to waste his chance to play dirty with Ramona. Before that though he introduces his hand to Kristen’s rear end.

Here’s the full description of tonight’s episode, titled Win, Place or Sonja, from Bravo.

Sonja’s gossipy facialist spills secrets about the women to Kristen, who shares what she heard with Carole and LuAnn, who angrily refute the stories. LuAnn hosts a charity luncheon where Aviva sends around a naughty text that royally ruffles the Countess’s feathers

Date: Tuesday, June 3rd
Episode Title: Win, Place or Sonja
Start Time: 9:00 pm ET
Watch: Bravo
Online Stream: BravoTV.com

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  • LTK

    There it is again the one bad apple Aviva and her pervert father! He is trailer turd and nasty. Why center the show around those two? She needs him for a story line because she has none. The other ladies could care one way or another if she isn’t on with them. Bravo you need to keep it real and fire Aviva and her pervert father. Stop blaming the rating on all the other ladies story lines.