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 10, "Off the Hook."
5. DNA Tests and Baby Loubies
Glam-motherhood looks good on NeNe Leakes! We thought it was so cute when she ventured out with the little princess and Cynthia Bailey for a girls' shopping day. We thought it was less cute when she recounted how she insisted on getting a DNA test for Bri'asia. Also, did Cynthia seriously ask if they make Louboutins for infants?
4. Kenya's TMI Heart-to-Heart
We know how close Kenya Moore is to her aunt — the woman practically raised her — but we were a bit taken aback (read: nauseated) when Kenya proceeded to give her aunt all of the details of her soapy, lathered-up body in the shower and Walter's indifferent cameo appearance. We don't know about you guys, but this isn't really a conversation we'd have with our mothers. A simple "we're having bedroom troubles" should suffice.
3. Finito Over Fishing
Was this the oddest setting ever for a breakup or what? To be fair, we think Kenya was hoping to repair the relationship, but fish and mosquitoes hardly spells romance either. Incidentally, Walter was a bit insensitive during the whole ordeal. We'd almost feel bad for Kenya if she weren't crazier than Kimberly Shaw on the old Melrose Place.
2. Kenya's Beyonce Rant
It was kinda annoying when Kenya mentioned that someone had mistaken her for Beyonce. It was really annoying when she went on and on about it, claiming that she fooled hundreds of people and that someone thinks she's Beyonce every single day.
1. Porsha's Lamp Problem
We just want to preface this by saying that we are thoroughly enjoying Porsha Stewart's presence in Atlanta. Yes, she's ditzy, but she also happens to be one of the most unintentionally hilarious souls we've ever come across. On this week's episode, she shares her shopping tips (find what you like and buy it!), and admits that she refuses to look at price totals on receipts, and just signs away. This would be crazy enough, but it's only when it comes to lamps. Oh, right, that's even crazier.