RHOC: All 12 Couples Ranked From Worst To Best

  
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The Real Housewives of Orange County is Bravo’s longest standing show within the entire franchise. The show was the first installment within the Real Housewives series and has now been around for a whopping 12 seasons! Many of the women appear on the show alongside their husbands, so viewers feel like they get to know the starring ladies and their relationships — and there have been a lot over the past decade! We’ve selected the 12 most popular couples to appear on the show and ranked them from worst to best! Check it out:

12. Kelly and Michael Dodd

Kelly Dodd joined the RHOC in season 11 and didn’t exactly make the greatest impression on either her co-stars or many fans. One of her main storylines centered around her husband, Michael Dodd. The two have been together for over a decade as they started dating in 2004 and had a child together in 2006. According to Kelly, there were several problems in their marriage, so she filed for legal separation and even pursued a divorce. Kelly was in a relationship with another man, but when that didn’t work out so she ended up mending her relationship with Michael and the two put the divorce on the back burner. While on the show their relationship came across extremely rocky, with a lot of fighting, bickering and a clear lack of communication. We hope to see these two back on track next season!

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11. Lynne and Frank Curtin

Even though Lynne and Frank Curtin came off as two totally dysfunctional people, fans really rooted for them. Sadly, their 20-year marriage fell apart shortly after Lynne was fired from The Real Housewives of Orange County, mainly due to the stress of their financial situation. Viewers watched them on the show during season 4 and 5 as they struggled to keep their two daughters in check and later grapple with the idea of not only being evicted from their home, but also find out Frank had been hiding their financial distress from his family until it was too late.

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