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Kim and Kroy are planning their once-in-a-lifetime-this-time wedding, so it’s time to check in for more wig-tastic adventures. In prior episodes, we’ve been along for the ride while Kim searched for her dream dress, the cake, the rings, met with her wedding planner and the bottom of the money well.
There’s no rest for the weary as there are still many things left to do. This week, the couple meet with the caterers and whip the wig situation into shape.
Just like last week, this episode opens with Kim feeding K.J. his new diet of human food. The scarf diet, while full of fiber, was becoming too expensive to maintain. While feeding K.J., Kim tells him that his Nana, Karen, is always trying to control things. Kim says that won’t happen this time, though, because his mommy is in charge. K.J. is becoming increasingly annoyed about these morning talks. Unfortunately, his words aren’t formed yet, so he must rely upon his death stare to shut her up.
Kim is helping Brielle get ready for her first Homecoming dance by doing her makeup. Karen drama is starting already by sending a text to Brielle that Kim wouldn’t let Karen come to visit before the dance. Kim says that’s a lie. Brielle calls Nana, but by then, it’s too late for Nana to make it. Remember how long it takes her to deodorize?
Brielle is interrogated about the young man she has been dating for the past couple of months. Kim gives some warnings that he better keep his paws off of Brielle. There’s an NFL football player in the makeup room, so hopefully, the point is crystal clear.
Around 100 kids and parents are expected to arrive for a group photo in a matter of minutes, so Kim needs to quickly squeeze in her “talk” and secretly beg Kroy to sneak into the dance to look for butt grabs. Kroy also demonstrates proper and improper dance moves by grinding on her momma. Ain’t nothing creepy about that.
Kim: Zip it. I see an apparition of Big Poppa.
Brielle heads to her room to get dressed. When she comes down the stairs, everyone is stunned to discover that Brielle is wearing the (wedding) dress that Karen wanted.
Everyone heads out to the basketball court for the large group photos. Brielle and her date look almost cute enough together to forget that this is Kim’s tawdry ego show. Everyone is happy, except for the guy in the yellow jersey. I have to think he Mpmust really, really hate Bjork.
Back to the wedding planning and time to go over the to-do list with Kroy. Kim warns that Colin Cowie is coming in for the menu sampling. Kim is not about to have a repeat of the awkward mess that the first meeting turned into. Even though Karen has taken a day off from harpie duties, Kim has decided–and Kroy agrees–that it is best to lie to Karen and tell her that the tasting has been rescheduled. They are so happy that Karen didn’t answer phone, which makes lying so much easier.
The kitchen is a beehive of activity with the caterers creating the tasting menus for the bride and groom. Colin Cowie arrives to help them decide which menu is best suited to the tastes of their guests. Kroy can’t figure out what that meaty crouton, tofu-ish thing is on his plate. Colin helps him out by telling him it’s foie gras–more specifically, duck liver. Buh-bye foie gras. No likey.