Last week, Kenya broke up with Walter and that’s all I can remember. And thanks for all of the education on Pepsi, sweet tea and Coke. I happen to like sweet tea but I have a hard time seeing it used within the toddler population. I’m not judging, well I am, but I can accept it. I’m all for culture. Oh and Kenya’s slicked up look is sooooo the result of being an ashy kid. I’ve known people like her who overcompensate for one thing and end up looking even more ridiculous.
Speaking of culture, NeNe is moving on up in Hollywood. Things are so sophisticated that she has an app on her phone that makes Cynthia sound like a 60 year old man. Yep, no matter how much money you make, cell phone reception can universally suck. Join my club NeNe. Kenya was nice enough to ingratiate herself to NeNe (so she can get a second season) and gave her some furniture and statues. This is the third move we have witnessed this season. Kim had a team of men who were yelled at, Kandi had two elderly relatives who good naturedly helped and NeNe and Gregg have a team of men who basically refuse to drive, lift or touch anything. Gregg wants to rent people to work like they did when he was a boy but that Civil War kinda ruined that. NeNe says that she lives near celebrities such as Larry Flynt and Mel Gibson. I’m sure Mel will prepare a parade in her honor. Parade, rally, cross burning…whatevs. She also isn’t going to buy or sell anything until she’s sure that she’ll be working long term in L.A. Her real estate agent Dee keeps trying to convince her that Glee and New Normal are the M*A*S*H of this generation but NeNe is wisely waiting to see what happens.
Riley is making a birthday cake for Todd since she won’t be at his party. This is also the one year anniversary of the day Kandi met and kissed him. I’m still a little thrown off by them moving so quickly within a year. I heard they just got engaged, although I thought I heard that months ago, so I hope it works out for them. Riley asks if she can move into the guest house when she’s older but Kandi says no since she wants to keep her level headed. Also, Kim will probably be living there once she blows through Kroy’s money.
“If my new line of edible panties tastes as good as this cake batter, I’ll be buying the whole block.”
Aunt Lori and Che stop by to see Kenya at her new house. They complain the whole way that she might as well live in L.A. because her house is so far. Then they walk in and are over-the-top shocked that she’s cooking. Is it possible that her own family doesn’t even like her? They ask about Walter and Kenya breaks the news. The more interesting news, in my opinion, is that he tried to talk to Che a few years ago and she feels he’s a weirdo who is probably gay and wears a toupee. If this was a real relationship, would Che have waited until now to reveal this? This goes back to my theory that they really don’t like her. There’s no way that could’ve been part of the Kenya-approved script.
“You people scare me.”
“We’re just looking out for you!”
“It would help if you looked a little less like Big Bird.”
“Well, I never!”
“Use a comb? Yeah, I could’ve guessed that.”