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 2, "Excess Breeds Success."
5. Kim's Solutions
Faced with the task of having to move out of her dream mansion, Kim Zolciak is trying to think of the most practical next step ... did we say practical? We actually meant most ridiculous next step. Even though she has a perfectly good townhouse sitting around empty, she's torn between a killer house on the lake or paying monthly rent for a super expensive hotel penthouse. It's a good thing she has both Kroy and Sweetie talking some sense in her corner.
4. Kim's Concerns
And, by the way, Kim's biggest worry about changing abodes? No pool for her and no basketball court for KJ to run around on. So plain old grass in a yard isn't good enough for Little Biermann?
3. NeNe's T-Shirts
When NeNe Leakes uttered the words "I'm rich, bitch" last season, we knew it would become a legendary NeNe quote ... but printing the phrase on T-shirts? Too far. Not that we totally wouldn't wear that shirt.
2. Kenya and Big Asses
Kenya Moore was less than thrilled when she found out that her man Walter asked Kandi Burruss out back in the day, especially since Kandi turned him down. We can kinda see her point, but the fact that Kenya got all angry and lost her appetite when old Walt admitted he liked plenty of junk in the trunk was a bit silly. It's not like she doesn't have a donk of her own ... what's the big deal?
1. Kenya Takes the Mic
Cynthia Bailey was boiling when Kenya grabbed the mic and started making speeches right after she finished hers ... and rightfully so. We'd be pissed, too, considering Kenya began by dismissing Cynthia's toast as a "clown show." Truth be told, we were almost embarrassed for Kenya — everyone was looking at her like who the hell is this bitch? But we have a feeling that as long as everyone is focusing on her, Kenya chalks it up as a success.
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