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Kim Zolciak Is Practically Homeless, But She’s Got Diamonds: Recap of The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 5, Episode 2

It's time for our weekly dose of insanity — here's what went down with
Kim Zolciak during Season 5, Episode 2 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta. Let's do this!

Kim (still on the verge of being evicted from her rented mansion) is playing with her mini-Kroy, KJ, and holy crap is he freaking adorable! But there's no time for baby talk right now, since she’s pretty much on the verge of being homeless. After sending him off to the nanny, Kim asks Sweetie into her office to discuss the home situation.

In a nutshell, the dream mansion the Zolciak-Biermann's currently reside in has appraised for less than the price her landlords are asking, so they're not about to buy it. While Kim brainstorms solutions like renting a killer house on the lake or perhaps a penthouse suite, Sweetie points out the obvious: Kim should just move back into her townhouse. But then KJ wouldn't have a basketball court to around on! And we all know how important full-sized basketball courts are to a one-year-old's development.

Here's our question: Is that Sweetie's real hair or did Kim whip up a wig for her? Either way, her new look is fierce!

Anyway, things may be rocky on the homefront, literally, but Kim and Kroy's relationship is still as sickeningly sweet as ever. For her birthday, Kroy surprises Kim with a spread of all her favorite foods — a dream for a 7-month-preggo woman — and the stunning bracelet she wore as her "something borrowed" at their wedding, hers to keep now!

"I'm the luckiest woman on the planet," Kim gushed. Um, understatement of the year?

She may be (almost) out of home, but Kim’s got plenty of ice!

Do you think Kim will get evicted? Sound off below!

11.12.2012 / 10:07 AM EDT by Maria Valiente
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