Kenya, is finally introducing her not-yet-fiance, Walter, to her aunt (who's really more like her mom) and her cousin (a chef), and a few other relatives. The fam was pretty impressed with him, especially when he stressed the importance of old-fashioned values — namely, getting to know someone and dating them before rushing into marriage. Kenya was like, yeah, whatever, we're getting married. But she's happy her aunt approves.
Above all, Kenya is going to do whatever it takes to get that ring. Apparently, whatever it takes entails cooking a homemade meal for Walter ... in the microwave. She hides the evidence in the trash and dirties a pot to pull off the charade. Over the Lean Cuisines, she goes on about how long it took her to make the meal, between marinating the chicken and getting all the flavors right. Why wouldn't Walter want to marry this honest, down-to-earth woman?
But, seriously, Kenya doesn't want to put any pressure on Walter, she claims as she informs him of her ring size and tells him she wants to be nine months pregnant right now, although she's not ovulating at the moment. The romance is overwhelming.