Picking up right where we left off last week, Kenya is in the middle of twirling the hell out of dodge when she finds out that her ex, Walter, is at Kandi Burruss's housewarming party and she doesn't have her personal bodyguard with her. Before you can say gone with the wind, Kenya is in the parking lot, threatening to run over a Rolls Royce if someone doesn't move it out of her car's way.
Kenya insists that Walter is a stalker that is purposely showing up everywhere she goes and that those "ass clowns" have intentionally set her up to be humiliated. Well, someone was the president of the drama club in high school! Although, she does deserve some credibility, considering the rest of the women are all inside guffawing their donks off at the situtaion.
Later, Cynthia Bailey confronts Kenya about her over-the-top reaction, to which Kenya overreacts. In the end, though, she admits she may have been a tad dramatic and that, yes, she needs to move on from Walter the fool. Ah, the ever elusive rational side of Kenya!