Bethenny Frankel Set Cruise On

Posted by Zotta Rendevouz

Listen to ye, hear ye! Time we've all been awaiting has came. Bethenny Frankel is about to set cruise on the "team building" journey we haven't been able to ignore since August of last season. Speculation propagate like htc wildfire mobile phone that our special King B was informing quite the high story about being "Lost at Sea" and today, we get the simple fact (or at least the simple fact Well done wants us to know). B took to her weblog to expose that "this trip was anything but sleek sailing" -- and that's accurately the form of experience a actuality sequence will pay wants.

So, we're right where we eventually left off: Auto car park dilemma arises in the V.I.P. chopper cove until Hoppy lastly confirms to go on the journey. (Like he really has much of a option.)

Well, no defeating around the growth, it's a chance to put the visors on and really get this major problem began.

"Can't Get Enough of You" Bethenny

Making friends with the other couple on the "team building" boat. Because setting sail for 10+ hours with their fate in Dr. Armadillo's hands can lead anyone to an unfriendly place. (B's apparently not there yet.)

Showing sincere concern for Hoppy when he has signs of seasickness. Plus major points for offering to cook and not complaining about it.

Asking Dr. Armadillo to take a trip down to the below-deck bedroom so that Hoppy doesn't have to move during a little couple's therapy.

Remaining completely calm when Dr. A. says the boat's GPS is broken. A pleasant (and shocking) surprise, for sure.

Continuing to stay calm when Dr. A. reassures that they do, indeed, have life jackets if all fails. (Not cool, Armadillo, not cool). Although it's not quite clear if B's just gone off the deep end, she does make a "Are you sh*tting your pants" comment while ferociously patting her face with a napkin. So, while the humor is welcome, her sanity is uncertain at this point.

Cracking jokes when Dr. A. walks in on her in the miniature bathroom. Here's to securing a free trip, at the very least.

15 hours at sea and everyone is quiet, no yelling at all. Maybe all B needs is a few rocky hours to keep her temper in check. Literally.

Revealing that Hoppy can expect sex when they finally reach their destination. Maybe a little TMI, but it seems like a step in the right direction.

Kissing the dock when reaching shore. Example of when it's OKAY to be dramatic.

Giving Bryn a big bear hug when finally safe and sound.

Comparing the boat trip from Hell to Mardi Gras. Only B's Mardi Gras experience would translate to "murder," as she so delicately puts it.

Looking at the beneficial side of their trip, and the fact that she and Hoppy concentrated on their bigger issues, instead of daily bickering.

Total: 12

"Run for Your Life" Bethenny

Exclaiming, "This is Hell," oh so joyously at minute 1. She continues, "I just want to close my eyes and this be over." She must know that this was her decision, right? No? Anyone?

Stepping aboard the "Maria Cristina" and already complaining about the possibility of a cool breeze. Not like she's on a boat or anything, where cool breezes occur while docked, but whatever.

Rolling her eyes when Hoppy asks her to look out for buoys on the way out deeper into sea. And then lounging in the front of the boat, as if she's expecting a handsome waiter to walk over with a crushed Skinnygirl margarita on bended knee. Probably not going to happen.

Attempting to listen to the other couple's relationship issues, but physically cannot control herself from chiming in with her own problems and making it the B show. Okay, so it is the B show, but at least make it seem a little more believable that the other couple on the boat aren't just actors.

Venting about how her "comfort" zone is being threatened, during couple's therapy, while Hoppy lays there silently unable to move and on the verge projectile vomiting. Clearly, the time to talk about marital issues works best while nauseous. The bumpy footage alone is making it hard to watch this hour-long episode.

Admitting that she's not fully ready to let Hoppy "in" 100 percent. While the honesty is much appreciated, I'm sure, the frustration he feels is wholly valid considering they are married, and have a child together. Or is that the norm?

Interrogating the other woman on the boat about how she managed to sleep through the fiasco that took place throughout the night. So much so that if it weren't for Dr. A. overseeing the one-sided catfight, I'm pretty sure B would have relentlessly thrown Ms. nice wife off the edge.

Total: 7

"Can't Get Enough of You" Bethenny kept her composure on the vessel journey of agony, with 5 factors eventually prior to her "Run for Your Life" version. While she didn't appear to be in a actual life-threatening scenario, I recommend B for not lighting style Dr. A on flame and creating S'mores off his losing corpse when he unveiled they had no feeling of route or time. As for the "was it all fake?" aspect: Unless B has become a better celebrity than her times on "Real Regular folks of New You are able to City" I think it's secure to say it was not for display. No women wants a close-up of her green-faced, uncombed go basically for excellent rankings. Ultimately, B and Hoppy insured in a way they hardly do when Jules, Bryn and Co. are in the image. Actually, it looks as though the spiderwebs have already started to clear