While the Real Housewives of New York may not have received an Emmy nomination this morning, trust, you're missing some real good television if you didn't tune in to Tuesday's episode. 

This week, Bravo delivered us the highly-anticipated moment when CountessLuann de Lesseps' utters her famous line "Be cool. Don't be all, like, uncool," which quickly went viral after it appeared in the previews for RHONY season 7. 

In case you missed it, the explosive argument went down during a trip in Turks and Caicos after a few of the ladies, namely Carole Radziwill and  Heather Thomson, were upset when they woke up to find a few mystery men in the house, whom their co-stars had brought home the evening prior. 

(You're not alone if you think this sounds spring break story straight outta college...)

WATCH: Countess Luann reveals the inspiration for girlfriend

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"What are they on a manhunt? And so what if I had a man in my room? I'm a grown woman I can decided to do what I want with myself," Luann says in her confessional after she's confronted by her pals. 

She even recorded a song inspired by the epic moment appropriately titled "Girl Code (Don't Be So Uncool)".

And you can count Sarah Jessica Parker among the fans who just totally get it.

@countessluann thank you. Song of the summer, spoken word. X sj

A photo posted by SJP (@sarahjessicaparker) on

So, in honor of the goddess that is Luann de Lesseps, we've created a mashup video featuring her best moments from the show in addition to her performance on Watch What Happens Live.


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Do you have what it takes to be as cool as the Countess? Probably not—but you can press play and try. 

The Real Housewives of New York City airs Tuesdays, at 9 p.m. 

(E! and Bravo are both part of the NBCUniversal family.)

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