When NeNe Leakes and Cynthia Bailey go out for a Talls' lunch, NeNe just happens to have a recording of renown Small Phaedra Parks badmouthing Cynthia. Apparently, Phaedra's donkey booty accidentally dialed up one of NeNe's friends, and she was caught claiming that she didn't give a filth if Cynthia came to Ayden's party. And NeNe happened to be with this friend when she received this accidental voicemail. We will eat our big Southern Belle hats if this wasn't planned.
4. Kordell and Porsha's Language
Did anyone else feel like Kordell and Porsha Stewart were speaking in a different language, while she made her hubby breakfast? Fraudulent slips? Bad apples making the pots go ... where? It's no wonder these two have such a great relationship.
3. Kim Loses It on the Movers
We get it: No one likes to move, especially when they're six months pregnant. But that's no excuse for Kim Zolciak to be super rude to the movers who were just trying to do their best, packing up all the random crap Kim has accumulated over the years. Also, does she really need to have palm trees transported to her townhouse?
2. Dolphins and Then Some
Can we all agree that Ayden's 2nd birthday party was a bit over the top, even for Phaedra and the almighty Dwight? Holding the event at an aquarium was definitely cute and appropriate. We're not even that mad about their marching-band-led choo-choo train entrance. But 150 guests? A dolphin show complete with actors in tights? Ridiculous.
1. Kenya's Gourmet Meal
In an attempt to woo Walter into a speedy proposal, Kenya Moore decides to whip up a fancy meal for her man. And by whip up, we mean throw in the microwave and pass off as her own. First off, Kenya isn't the first Housewife to attempt this trick. You may remember Kim surprising Kroy with a "homemade" lasagna when he returned from football boot camp. But, Kim didn't go on and on about how much work she put into her food the way Kenya did ("I had to boil the pasta!"). Not to mention that Kenya's gourmet dish came frozen in a box. At least Kim had the decency to hire a personal chef to do her kitchen work.