I don’t know why Bravo would show a new episode on Christmas Eve eve and New Year’s Eve eve. These are the day that all of the women who don’t “close their legs to married men”‘ spend with their men. I don’t do that but I do spend the day fantasizing about it and writing fan fiction involving an Lucy/Fred Ricky/Ethel switch up. And now you know a little more about me. Anyway, the holiday weeks have been hectic so here’s what I got.
Porsha is still reeling from the fight with Kenya. They haven’t reached any real conclusions.
“Seriously though…how much wood would a woodchuck chuck?”
Porsha feels that she is more mature than Kenya even though she’s ten or fifteen years younger than her. Then she asks if they took out the trash. Nothing says maturity like relentless name calling. And 15 years? Come on Porsha, you’re sitting around with a bunch of women who are closer to getting their AARP card than getting carded at a bar. Another sign of how dumb she is: know your audience. “Old” jokes are only effective if you’re around your peers. Cynthia even says to the camera that she would have been fighting too if Porsha hurled those insults in her direction. Nene feels that Kenya needs to drop the Miss USA thing since it was a long time ago but that’s silly considering she’s been talking about her stripper past and that was three noses ago. Phaedra defends the fact that Kenya actually is a part of history and says that she actually likes her as a person. Porsha thinks that every idiot has a person that thinks they’re smart.
Class of 1999 National Honor Society President
Kenya tells Walter what happened downstairs. Apparently, everyone heard the arguing but did nothing about it. Kenya tells Walter that she is a part of history i.e. Obama, Clinton and Kennedy.
“I am walking history. That BP oil spill? That was me, swimming. “
Gregg quite possibly has a developmental disability. I don’t have a picture but there was a quick clip of him walking around the pool with a shovel or broom and acting like a Klump as Nene put it last week. Nene goes to Kandi’s room to tell her about the fight. It seems Nene is more comfortable with her now that Kim is out of the picture. Nene tells the fight story but places most of the emphasis on the twirls. Kandi is shocked and amused…not about the fight but the fact that Nene is speaking to her. Nene segues into trying to figure out why Kandi feels the way she does about her. Kandi felt that the success party was an attempt to make up for bad press that Nene had received. They both agree that they never felt a connection and Kandi says that now she sees the side of Nene she expected in the beginning. They’re happy for each other and where they are in their lives now and Todd says he’s about to cry. Nene says that they’re both short and they both need love; tall people just need a confused elderly man who think they’re the greatest thing since Naturalizer sneakers. Enter Gregg. He enters the room saying he’s 40 and fabulous and starts snapping and twirling around. Gregg seems to think that getting his sexy back requires him to take on the characteristics of an aging disco queen. Or a former Miss USA. It’s so weird.
Kandi: Give this to Gregg. He’s got cramps so he needs to be prepared.