We start this episode with a bit of good news for Kandi. Lord knows she needs some with her mother trying her best to keep her down. Kandi’s new studio is almost finished and it looks fantastic! It’s very “Kandi” with the pink vinyl chairs in her office. Kandi talks to Don Juan, her manager, about her mother. Don Juan says that Mama Joyce may just be concerned about where she will fit in once Kandi and Todd get married. He says he has the same sort of concerns. Essentially, he is worried that Kandi won’t need him anymore, that Todd will take over as her manager. It sounds a little selfish, but it is true that once someone marries their priorities do often change and their relationships with other may indeed become diminished.
Kandi seems a bit offended and thinks Don Juan is only there for her checks. Well, he may not ONLY be there for the checks, but he is her employee and I think he is right to be slightly concerned. Todd and Kandi are already producing plays together and forming business deals on their own. If Todd does decide he wants to manage Kandi, then Don Juan could very well be out on the streets looking for his next paycheck.
At Nene and Gregg’s house, Gregg is doing the housework while Nene reads a magazine. Nene Leakes does not clean houses y’all. Nene claims she can’t clean because of allergies, or the broom is too big, or she needs a nap. Surely, these two have a maid, why are we evening going through this fake-ass scene?
Nene’s manager calls and pretends that Nene was going to have a bigger role on Glee this season than she ever was. With the death of Cory Monteith , production was pushed back to deal with rewriting his death into the storyline. Nene’s character is in the high school scenes which has already become a secondary storyline at best. I told you back in May of 2012 before Nene even started filming The New Normal that she would have a very small presence on Glee this season. Cory’s death had no effect on her dwindling role, other than pushing back the production start time. Nene is clearly depressed that the Hollywood train is headed for the end of the line.
Cynthia and Peter head to the hospital for Cynthia’s fibroid surgery. She has some jitters and was a bit nervous when they asked her during her pre-op if she has a will. The mood is lightened a bit when the nurse asks her if she has shaved her “groin area.” She seems caught off guard and answers, “um yeah, a little bit, I mean I did not shave it completely bald I just neatened it up a bit.” So now we know more than we ever wanted to know about Cynthia’s lady bits. Cynthia asks Peter if he is nervous. It’s clear he is. But he really should have lied and said no. We literally go into the OR with TV cameras. Is that really necessary?
Porsha goes a bit Fatal attraction on the wedding album.
And speaking of crazy, Kenya is trying to move out of her house before her landlady drags her out by her hair. But first, she needs to have some sort of twerking fit.
Apollo is NOT happy with Phaedra and her drama. These two seems to be two steps from divorce. LOL at the nanny with a comb stuck in her hair.
Riley seems like she has grown up three years in one! Kandi sure sounds like someone who ran off to Mexico and got married.
Peter was doing such a good job taking care of Cynthia until he brings up the sex topic.
I don’t know who to feel the sorriest for, Porsha or Kandi for having crying Porsha on her shoulder. OMG at the Kordell shade. He stole Porsha’s anal beads? Come on now.
Kenya in the wedding dress is so Kenya. I hope she enjoyed it. It’s likely the only time she will be wearing one. LOL at Conya’s description of Kenya, tall, black, medium build with weaves and contacts and implants. I’m dying here.
Next week Phaedra and Apollo get into it over Kenya. Real ? Or just storyline?