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While watching the most recent episode of The Real Housewives of New York (Season 5, Episode 13: “Pirate Booty Call”), Aviva Drescher was busy live-tweeting the episode, and calling out Ramona Singer and Sonja Morgan for their “immature, selfish,” and “appalling” behavior in St. Barts.

As soon as the first argument began, with Sonja attempting to have a serious conversation with Heather Thomson about her toaster oven, Ramona began adding her opinions to the mix. Aviva tweeted, “How can @iamHeatherT. Get one word in???”

But Aviva’s ire grew from there. As we saw, Carole Radziwill invited her boyfriend Russ Irwin to stay for the night at the ladies’ St. Barts compound. When Ramona complained that she thought the trip was a “girls’ trip,” Aviva really lost her cool.

“Ramona berated @CaroleRadziwill about seeing her boyfriend ???” Aviva tweeted. “Its Carole’s trip and she hadn't seen her bf in months! Terrible!”

And when Ramona and Sonja feigned surprise that Aviva would be joining them on the St. Barts trip with her husband Reid, “Samonja” (as LuAnn de Lesseps and Heather called them) tried to figure out how to make Aviva understand that it was a girls’ trip. But Aviva was having none of it.

“Who would ever ask their friends husband to leave a house? Or consider it???? Awful!” she tweeted. “Believe me - Reid wasn’t interested in hanging out with these pent up cougars,” she added.

On her Bravo blog, Aviva continued the same sentiment, describing what she was watching as “Women abusing themselves with alcohol and god knows what else. Women behaving like mean teenagers thinking only of themselves and bullying others whenever they get the chance.”

Do you agree with Aviva’s harsh critique of the other ladies?

The Real Housewives of New York airs Mondays at 9 p.m. ET/PT on Bravo.  

Source: BravoTV, @AvivaDrescher, @AvivaDrescher, @AvivaDrescher, @AvivaDrescher

Molly Friedman is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @MollyFriedman.

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