We know what you're thinking: How can we possibly pick only five WTF moments for any given Housewives eppy? Admittedly, this is one challenging task, but we managed to narrow it down.
Read on for our WTF picks for The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 5, Episode 5, "No Excuse For Excuses."
5. Kenya Ogles Apollo
Kenya Moore's been in Atlanta for less than a month and we know one thing about her for sure: she is not making a lot of friends. First she butted pretty heads with Cynthia Bailey, then she took issue with Porsha Stewart calling her Miss America — and now she's rubbing Phaedra Parks the wrong way by blatantly flirting with her hubby right in front of her! We're sure her endless chatter about Apollo's rippling biceps was a delight for her own boyfriend, Walter, to hear as well.
4. Phaedra's Apology Arrangement
Phaedra knew that Cynthia had totally caught her saying that she didn't give a hoot if Ms. Bailey came to her son's party or not. Except she actually used the "F" word — gasp! It was refreshing to see an Atlanta Housewife own up to her behavior and apologize to Cynthia's face. A floral gift is a nice touch, but was that 6-foot funeral arrangement really necessary? How the hell is Cynthia gonna get that monstrosity home?
3. Kandi's Balls
Don't get us wrong — we're all for Bedroom Kandi. But did anyone else find the image of small silver balls getting a workout in Kandi Burruss's vajay to be the very definition of TMI? Girl, you need to leave some things to the imagination.
2. Kim's "Just Kidding" Moment
We all knew Kim Zolciak wasn't going to go to Anguilla, so we were totally expecting her to drop that bomb during the ladies' lunch. We weren't expecting her to start off the conversation by claiming that she was in fact going with Kroy. What the hell was the point of that?
1. Porsha's "Year"
After a few episodes featuring Porsha Stewart, we can now confirm that our newest Housewife is a bit of an airhead — and an unintentionally hilarious one at that. Feeding the hungry isn't just about Thanksgiving, people, it's an everyday thing. As in 265 days a year. Hm, maybe she goes by the school calendar?
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