During this week's 30-second mid-episode spot, we got a glimpse of a sweet moment between Porsha Stewart and her hubby. The NFL'er had just surprised her with breakfast in bed — cute! Porsha wondered where the twin-inducing yams were and demanded that Kordell put a baby inside her at once. She then grabbed his head and pulled it toward her crotch. Uh, you might be doing it wrong.
4. Kenya's "Half" Claim
Amidst negotiations over the now infamous Donkey Booty workout video, Phaedra Parks informed Kenya Moore that 10 percent was too big a cut. "I usually get 50 percent, Phaedra!" she insisted. Clearly, Kenya does business with a lot of fools.
3. Riley Wants Her Own Crib
When did Kandi Burruss' daughter Riley get so sassy? The once-shy, soft-spoken kid is turning into a bit of a nightmare teen. First, she disses her mother in front of her man by pointing out that Kandi's relationships never work out, and this week she's already planning on getting her own house by the time she's a teenager? Let's not forget this guest house has an indoor pool, people. If she keeps this behavior up, Kandi's going to have to send her to boarding school in Jersey, where she'll fit right in with The Real Housewives of New Jersey offspring.
2. Kenya's Nude Statues
Now that NeNe Leakes has moved to Los Angeles, Kenya thought it would be a good idea to lend her some of the things she's keeping in storage to start filling up her new home. Nice thought, but who the hell wants two life-sized statues of nude women for lamps? Those things belong on a Parisian street corner, not in a living room.
1. Birthday BS
What a fabulous party Kandi threw her adorable man, Todd — too bad she included Kenya on the invite list. Approaching the hostess and guest of honor to wish him a happy birthday and congratulate them on their relationship? Totally OK. Following it up with awkward and totally inappropriate questions about business? SO unacceptable. Good for Kandi for telling her to drop it. Slowly but surely, all the Housewives are finding out just how insane Kenya really is.