"The Real Housewives of New York" tackled the age-old topic of brunch etiquette, a la arguing between Bethenny and Ramona.
Bethenny invited some of the housewives to her place for brunch one morning, but Ramona was not having any of it, because they were her houseguests and her friends. How dare she!
"We can come to my house. We can go to a restaurant. What do we actually want to do?" asked Bethenny Frankel on "The Real Housewives of New York."
"Actually, you're not coming over. You're my guest, and you're not going anywhere. Because don't take away my guests," said Ramona Singer.
"Are you really saying this out loud right now?" asked Bethenny.
Carole had a very eloquent way of summarizing pretty much the entirety of the show: "These fights never cease to amaze me." Same, Carole, same.
E! called the episode "a little all over the place." Yeah, that's because THEY ARE LITERALLY ARGUING OVER BRUNCH.
And Hollywood Life dubbed it the "first blowout of the season," citing Ramona and Bethenny's "seriously psychotic" behavior over #BrunchGate2015.
But Bustle probably put it best, saying brunch is "a very controversial subject, one that has caused civilizations to crumble, brought countries to war, and made many a roommate move out."
Who could blame them, right? Brunch is sacred. Brunch is life.