Definitely. Ramona reminds me of Janice Dickinson sometimes. Both are acquired tastes and I wouldn't break any appointments to meet either one, but when they're in their element, discussing business in Ramona's case, or the fashion industry (Janice), that's when the wheels start turning and they sound like human beings with good sense and not cartoons.
Sonja's business associates, and I'm using that term loosely, are clearly shady, but so is Sonja, so I'm not all that sympathetic.
I've said this before, but while there's a lot to say about Bethenny, there's a reason why she's the m