Cynthia is trying to pull the pageant together and had plans to meet at Porsha’s house. However, Porsha didn’t want strangers in the form of Cynthia’s “Bailey Boys” in her home so she’s having the meeting at the agency. Cynthia did not need to share that with them because it just sets up an issue. I can’t say I blame Porsha. Would you want an Atlanta boy toy potentially scaling the walls to meet your doll playing husband once he finds out where you live? Cynthia is really annoyed by it but Porsha says she doesn’t accept appointments when Kordell isn’t in town or at home. Carlton snidely informs her of the agency rules: guests can’t be condescending, they must listen when others speak… Porsha interrupts and asks if the rules are on the wall somewhere.
Porsha: I want to put a star next to each rule I follow today – just like in rudimentary school.
Cynthia says she has a venue and a couple of “celeberados” coming. New slang, fresh out of The Bailey Agency Schoolado of Language Artistry. The marketing director of the charity is working on the stuff for Cynthia and she needs it done ASAP. She’s starting to feel that if Porsha’s heart isn’t in it, she doesn’t want the help. In the midst of this, Porsha takes a call from the housekeeping staff and tells them what to do since she’s involved with so many…since she does…during the day she….I think she’s just not allowed around sharp objects and things that make noise.
Porsha and Kordell are playing basketball and he says that she has two left feet. Then he tells her not to order him around when she requests the ball to be picked up. Mmmmm hmmmm.
“I made the shot!”
“Did I ask you to talk?”
Porsha waits for the appropriate time to begin talking and tells Kordell about not letting the assistants come to the house. He says, twice, this isn’t a place of busines. It also isn’t a place of respect, love or sexual relations. Kordell says that Porsha knows what his rule is: according to her it’s that a person is guilty until proven guilty. I’m really starting to think she has a condition. Porsha says she handled the assitant’s attitudes but she felt Cynthia should have. She has a point; Cynthia should have done her own dirty work instead of letting her staff get passive aggressive with Porsha. Kordell says that she has to check it. And he says it again. And again. It’s very creepy and dad-like. He says that Porsha has her back and Cynthia needs to have hers. And someone definitely needs to have his, honey chile!