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So over this: D.C. "Housewives" recap (pt.2)

There seemed to be a lot of banging-heads-against-walls during part two of "The Real Housewives of D.C." reunion special. The other Housewives -- and host Andy Cohen -- confronted Tareq and Michaele about, well, everything, and got little satisfaction.

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The Cast
Michaele Salahi
Michaele Salahi

Before she and husband Tareq turned up at the November state dinner uninvited, they were notorious for their flamboyant polo matches and a long-running family feud over their Oasis Winery in Fauquier County.

Stacie Scott Turner
Stacie Scott Turner

She's the only one with any connection to politics: Husband Jason worked in Adrian Fenty's administration but left amid upheaval in the parks department. They've also hosted several fundraisers.

Catherine Ommanney
Catherine Ommanney

A D.C. newcomer, the British interior designer moved to the United States in summer 2008 when she married Charles Ommanney, a prizewinning photojournalist with Newsweek. Months after filming wrapped, the couple split.

Lynda Erkiletian
Lynda Erkiletian

A divorced mom of four, she owns T.H.E. Artist Agency, a Georgetown modeling firm that says it represents 500 models and stylists. (Bravo calls it "one of the top modeling agencies in D.C." We say: How many others are there?)

Mary Amons
Mary Amons

The McLean socialite and mom of five is a native of the area. She's the daughter of a telecom exec and the wife of a telecom guy, Rich Amons, a stylish fellow on Washingtonian's best-dressed list.

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