Credit: John Amis/Bravo © 2011 NBCUniversal, Inc. Photo: Lawrence, Sheree, Phaedra, and Kandi at the Party in Season 4, Episode 4: “Jewels Be Dangled”

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 4, Episode 4: "Jewels Be Dangled."

5. The Dramatic Exits

OK, so maybe a stripper with self-fulfilling talents wasn't the best entertainment choice for a classy Atlanta party, but we think some of the reactions were a bit much. We can almost understand Kandi Burruss' mother getting all old-fashioned about it, but what was with Cynthia Bailey and NeNe Leakes walking out in a big snooty huff? 

Um, wasn't NeNe a stripper herself back in the day? And even Redickulous admitted that he’s “performed” for her before (lap dance included) and she’s never gotten upset!

4. Phaedra's Tough Lawyer Act

When Sheree Whitfield wants to show her contractor she means business, she brings Phaedra Parks along to work some of her intimidating lawyer magic. Translation: Phaedra swung her booty in front of the contractor's face like a carrot and literally neighed like a donkey. OK, then.

3. Redickulous Skills

Phaedra hasn't had the best history when it comes to stretching the truth, so we were definitely skeptical when she claimed to know a stripper who can enjoy his own lollipop, if you will. 

Well, Phae-Phae may blur the facts when it comes to her baby, but she tells it like it is when it comes to this. Even with the warning, we still couldn't believe our eyes.

2. Kandi's Drink Gets Stirred

We've heard of male strippers rubbing their private parts on ladies' knees, maybe even throwin' a playful slap to the face — but we draw the line when a guy dips his ladle in our drink. To quote Sheree, “oh hell no!”

1. NeNe Drops a Bomb

While visiting with Cynthia and Peter, NeNe casually mentioned that her and Gregg had sex — um, what?! The subject was dropped and forgotten, yet we can't get the offending image out of our heads. 

What's the deal, keepin' it real? Was this a moment-of-weakness relapse or a step toward reconciliation?