Phaedra's Peace Offering

Credit: John Amis/Bravo © 2011 NBCUniversal, Inc. Photo: Kandi Gets Ready For Her Party in Season 4, Episode 4: “Jewels Be Dangled”

After last week's fiasco between Peter Thomas and Apollo Nida at Kim Zolciak's baby shower, Phaedra Parks paid Kim a visit to apologize for her husband's behavior and bring her a gift basket full of goodies. Now there's that Southern belle etiquette — that may have been the first time we've ever said that without any sarcasm.

Peter vs. Malorie

Cynthia Bailey, on the other hand, was far from apologizing for Peter. In fact, she was busy setting him up for his next battle, since she decided to bring her sister Malorie by the new club so that her and Peter could be forced to talk

Basically, Peter was like I thought we were all cool, Malorie stood her ground that she was only thinking about Cynthia, and Peter started yelling that she ruined their day. Cynthia came in to make sure things didn't get out of control and Peter threw in the towel, claiming that he understood that Malorie was just being protective and he's good. Malorie burst into tears. We're so over this woman and we don't even like Peter that much!

A few days later, NeNe Leakes went over to sip on pink champagne with her only Housewife friend left, Cynthia, and spilled the beans that her and Gregg ended up getting it on when she got back from Miami. Um, what?! Apparently, Gregg lays it down tiger style. Peter wanted the conversation to end and so did we.

The topic turned to Peter and Malorie and Peter explained how he'll always think of a conniving Malorie when he thinks back on their special day, while Cynthia countered that all she'll remember is seeing him crying at the altar. Personally, all we'll ever think of is dinosaurs.

Oh, and by the way, we overheard Peter on the phone with one of his investors letting him know that some check bounced. We wonder who he'll turn to for the cash? Bar One is off to a good start, not to mention Peter and Cynthia's marriage.

Pee-Pee Prep

Meanwhile, Kim and Kroy have a baby consultant come by the house to give them a crash course on how to care for baby boys, particularly the whole "down-there" department. Kim's a bit concerned over her little guy experiencing pain during circumcision, but she also doesn't want him to wear a turtleneck on his penis, so snip-snip it is.

Don't Mess With the Donk

Across town, Chateau Sheree was underway — with very little progress. Sheree Whitfield brought Phaedra over to the site with her so she could use her lawyer power to keep the contractors on track. Apparently, Phaedra's intimidation technique includes showing off her donkey booty and literally neighing. Seriously, she neighed. In the end, the contractor was both intimidated and embarrassed.

Things Get Ridickulous

Finally, the big night of Kandi Burruss' 35th birthday party arrived and it was certainly a memorable event to mark the milestone. NeNe and Sheree managed to ignore each other and steer clear of any confrontations, but Phaedra brought the drama, gift-wrapped and all.

Remember last season when Phaedra claimed to know a stripper who could, ahem, pleasure himself, as in "look, ma, no hands" style? Well, Phae-Phae may have lied about how far along she was with her pregnancy last year, but she was not fibbing about Ridickulous the stripper. While most of the guests were hooting and having a grand ol' time while Ridickulous danced, swung his peen around, and performed his one-man trick, NeNe, Cynthia, and Peter left the party in an uppity huff.

But, the person who was really pissed about Ridickulous' cameo was Kandi's mother, Joyce. We figured since Joyce was all about the vibrators and talking dirty with the ladies, Ridickulous would be right up her alley, but the truth is that Joyce does not appreciate strippers. And, even though the whole thing was Phaedra's idea and Kandi had nothing to do with it, Joyce left the party telling her daughter to not bother calling her. Ouch.

You know what they say, it's all fun and games until somebody puts their penis in your drink.