updated 05/07/2014 AT 2:00 AM ET
•originally published 05/07/2014 AT 6:45 AM ET
Note to readers: Never invite Ramona Singer to your home if you don’t have air conditioning, live in the Hamptons, have someone to carry her luggage, or have an ambulance on standby.
On Tuesday’s The Real Housewives of New York City, Heather Thomson made the mistake of inviting Singer to an all-girls’ weekend she hosted at her Berkshires home, and the Pinot Princess didn’t handle the great outdoors well at all.
“Who goes to the Berkshires? Nobody goes to the Berkshires!” said Singer, who later researched the price of homes there. “The average price in her area is $300,000. The Berkshires is more for people who, well, can’t afford the Hamptons.”
Continued Singer: “Does she have a tennis court? A pool? I don’t like humble. I like nice. I like luxurious.”
Undaunted, Singer ordered air conditioning to be delivered to Thomson’s home – which she called “a garage” upon her arrival – and installed in her bedroom.
“Ramona is the oldest,” joked Thomson. “Old people do like to stay cool in the summer.”
“I think it’s obnoxious,” said Kristen Taekman, who got a drink tossed in her face by Singer last week. “It’s tacky you don’t do that.”