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This week’s episode picks up at the lunch in which we learned much about Kim and her rapidly growing lists of why Ka$h cow can’t go on vacation.
Kim is fed up with these women harassing her and storms outside where a fuming, tobacco chewing Kroy is waiting for her. Nothing says you’ve been impregnated by a real man like leaving one in a sweltering car for two hours whilst you bring home the bacon. Who am I kidding? This is Kim. She’s bringing home the beef jerky and a gallon of Tang. Kroy pushes the camera away and menacingly uses words like motherf*%$& and sh*t that he undoubtedly learned from his blushing bride.
“Kroy’s been acting out lately. My psychic JUST told me he’s the reincarnated spirit of Sam Kinison.”
Kroy starts to grab a camera but is sternly told to stop.
Producer: Take her away Kroy. Just take her away.
Kroy: You’re right Steve. I have to look out for my woman.
Producer: Yeah, whatever. Just take her away. Ever since she stopped smoking and drinking wine she’s been a real drag.
Kim’s last remarks are that these women aren’t her friends. One minute they behave one way and then they behave another way. Then we get a rundown of her greatest hits. Feuding with Sheree (when Kim called Gregg broke, feuding with Kandi (over a comment Kandi never made) or feuding with Phaedra (when she called Phaedra’s baby an alien). Yes, Kim. They are all so strange and unpredictable.
The women can’t believe that Kim is pulling out of the trip. They’ve all lost out because of this.
Cynthia is over it and feels that Kim is a page in their book that needs to be ripped out and forgotten. Nene very specifically tells the door where to hit Kim and they all forget about her as mandated by Bravo. The focus shifts to one of her replacements, Kenya. Cynthia points out that they all have kids, except Kenya, and they ask about her boyfriend Walter. After hearing that he owns a trucking company, Kandi realizes that she knows him. Kenya interviews that she’s over Walter asking Kandi out because she likes her. It’s either that or she knows that she can’t be enemies with everyone, just the less intelligent ones.