The Real Housewives of Atlanta aired the 7th episode of their explosive 6th season last night (December 15, 2013).
The ladies pack and prepare for a trip to Savannah but drama ensues before they can even get out of Atlanta limits!
Cynthia Bailey receives an emotional visit from Kandi Burruss, seeking advice on how to handle Mama Joyce. Phaedra Parks gets an earful during an unexpected visit from Mama Joyce, Porsha
Stewart Williams shops for the first time without the help of Kordell’s credit card and last but not least, Kenya Whore Moore is no longer a beauty queen so she decides to be queen of the bus trip!
Bravo got their money’s worth this week as Kenya
Whore Moore rubs everyone the wrong way during another classic bus fight as Nene Leake’s girls’ getaway begins.
Watch the full episode + check out the 5 life lessons revealed on RHOA Season 6, Episode 7 below…
Kandi Burruss pays a visit to Cynthia Bailey to seek a sympathetic ear.
After everything that Cynthia has gone through with Peter, Kandi feels that she’s probably the only one who knows what she’s going through with this Mama Joyce situation.
While Cynthia’s situation wasn’t quite as extreme as Kandi’s, she can certainly understand her plight. If you recall, Bailey’s mom and sister actually tried to stop her wedding by hiding her marriage license moments before she was to walk down the aisle!
While it’s great to shed a tear or two with someone who understands, Kandi knows what she has to do next… she needs to have another talk with Mama Joyce!
Life Lesson #2 Go to the source…
It seems that Phaedra is now the target of Mama Joyce’s wrath because it’s her fault that Kandi & Todd ever met!
As you know, Phaedra & Kandi are friends in real life and it was Phaedra who set the couple up. Mama Joyce feels that it’s all Phaedra’s fault and that ‘too short people with big heads’ shouldn’t be allowed to marry.
[Sidebar: Isn’t that kinda discriminatory of Mama Joyce?? I mean… shouldn’t EVERYONE be allowed to marry regardless of their sex, age, national origin or head to body ratio? But I digress… ]
Phaedra is now public enemy number one on Mama Joyce’s sh*t list….
Life Lesson # 3 – If you can’t afford it, try it on (but put it back)…
It’s clear that Porsha is having problems adjusting to life without her father figure around and trying on a pair of $7,000 shoes makes her feel all warm & fuzzy inside.
This can’t be what Hosea Williams had in mind when he formed ‘Hosea Feed the Hungry’!?
The thirst is real… but without Kordell’s credit cards to fall back on, it seems Porsha’s shopping addiction will have to wait until she secures another sponsor.
[Sidebar: The more I see these two together on screen, the dumber I feel. But I digress.]
As Kandi’s song would suggest… it’s time for her to ‘Fly Above’ all the haters and specifically, it’s time to have a talk with her mom about her ‘Hate Todd’ campaign!
[FLASHBACK: Kandi Blames Wendy Williams For Her Mama Joyce Issues… ]
Kandi and Mama Joyce have a sit down and while at first it seems Mama Joyce isn’t going to budge, she finally sees the light.
Kandi notes that MJ has had her own share of relationship woes and she feels that she should be allowed to make her own mistakes without a meddling mother in the middle.
By the time you were my age, you’d been married like 3 times… and your mom didn’t interfere in your relationship like that.
Mama Joyce finally listens and while she’s still not happy about it, she says she’s going to stay out of Kandi’s relationship with Todd and that ‘whatever happens… happens’. We’ll see about that…
Life Lesson #5 – If you aren’t nominated just vote yourself in…
Whore Moore has been patiently waiting for her onscreen debut and it seems it’s finally arrived!
Whore Moore is the third person to arrive but she grows impatient waiting on the others.
As you know, Kenya is the resident sh*t starter, so she gets it crunk by berating the ladies for being late. That doesn’t sit well with this group of Atlanta’s elite and Kandi, who’s already on edge, gets fed up with Kenya’s loud mouth.
Needless to say, the Savannah trip is off to a great drama filled start and the bus hasn’t even left Nene’s subdivision! I don’t know about you… but I’d leave Kandi alone right now if I was Miss Ratchet U.S.A.!! (But I digress.)