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 from The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 4, Episode 18: "The Error Apparents."
5. Sheree's "Congrats" to Tierra
When Sheree Whitfield's daughter, Tierra, shares that she may be getting engaged soon, Mom congratulates her by telling her how all of her dreams could end up in the gutter.
Thanks for the support!
4. Malorie's Apology
After months of putting up with her sister's irrational behavior, Cynthia Bailey declares the one-year anniversary incident the last straw.
Malorie tries to apologize before she leaves for France, but manages to trash Peter again in the process, claiming all she sees is "negative" when she looks at him.
When Cynthia tries to tell Malorie what she sees when she looks at Mal's husband, Malorie doesn't want to hear it. OK, now we're getting somewhere!
3. Sheree Asks Daman to Lunch
If Sheree's "advice" to Tierra wasn't bad enough, her next move is to call up the young man in question and demand a lunch meeting with him to discuss "his intentions." Yeah, that's not intimidating.
By the end of the meal, she seems on board and ready to take Daman ring-shopping ... at least three carats, right? Hm, maybe that's why your marriage didn't end so well?
2. The Cake Presentation
Don't get us wrong — we love us some Phaedra Parks, but this was the most ridiculous birthday party for a 1-year-old we've ever seen.
The setting, a waterpark, seemed appropriate. The cake situation? Not so much.
Most parents make some cupcakes with a "smash" cake for the kid of the hour to have some fun with. Phaedra, on the other hand, hired the best 12 bakeries in the state to present him with a cake.
As each baker approached the throne, er, high chair, we half expected little Ayden to yell "off with his head!" if someone dared to offer him Betty Crocker.
1. Marlo Denies Saying the F-Word
Last week, Marlo completely denied dropping the f-bomb that rhymes with maggot when Sheree and Lawrence confronted her at Cynthia's party. In fact, she claimed she "wouldn't dare" use that word.
This week, she admits to Lawrence that she did use it ... and plans to keep using it if the person she says it about doesn't mean anything to her. Um?