If there is one thing that I would say I am proficient and skilled in, it's all things Real Housewives.
It's not the proudest thing to say you're an expert in, but I've decided to wear it with pride.
Of course, I probably can't touch on every single Real Housewives series - Salt Lake City is on my to-watch list - as there are well over a dozen installments that have been made. But you better believe I've still found time in the day to watch the majority of them.
Because that's what reality television experts do best - watching TV.
Here's a definitive ranking of the Real Housewives series that would make reality TV king Andy Cohen proud.
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10. The Real Housewives of Sydney.
We're starting on the lowest ranking of the Real Housewives superiority scale.
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Only lasting for one season in 2017, Sydney was drama for no reason, and malicious nastiness at that. Although the average viewer would say most Real Housewives series are entirely based on pointless drama, no other season has emulated that better than Sydney. And for that reason, it's a waste of time.
We got to see David Oldfield, women throw terrible sl*t-shaming insults at one another, comparing diamonds, arrogance, someone's jacket being thrown off a wharf into the water, bullying, half-arsed plotlines and inappropriate pushing.
Perhaps I am being too critical. Or maybe I just know as a Housewives expert, that this season wasn't it.
It was so bad, we didn't even get a good reunion. And when there's a bad reunion, you know that Andy Cohen has said it ain't worth the money or effort to make another season.