So, I feel somewhat obligated to recap last night’s RHOA; however, I don’t have much to say about it. Maybe I am just burning out, but I thought it was a pretty boring episode. So if it okay, I’m just going to toss our some random thoughts.
Phaedra and Apollo seem to hate each other more than usual. Phaedra hasn’t seemed like she is getting any in several seasons. I would assume sex is probably the only useful quality that Apollo has. If they don’t even have that going on, I just don’t see why they are together at all. Also, who gives small children a bottle of cleaning solution and a rag as a toy?
Is there no end to the amount of talking heads Phaedra does about Kenya being a whore? She is still carrying on about Kenya and Apollo horse playing around the pool from LAST SEASON! She needed to have a deadly serious conversation with Apollo about that at the time and end the discussion. This is just making her look like she is insecure in her marriage and that Kenya is a huge threat. Kenya must be feeling very satisfied with the amount of thought and energy that Phaedra spends on her.
Why did we need to hear from Kordell on his thoughts on the divorce? Why was Peter acting like the male Wendy Williams interviewing Kordell about his marriage? Who does that? It was like two little old hens gossiping at a PTA meeting!
Once that dreadful scene was over I thought we were done with the Porsha divorce story. I never imagined that Peter would bring it up at dinner. I always disagree with you guys when you say the men need to stay of things. But in this case, Peter was instigating drama with a single woman. And then Gregg wants to jump in? And then Kenya starts saying that Porsha married Kordell to be his beard? Could not one person suggest that this was inappropriate dinner conversation? Since when is it appropriate to do a post mortem of someone’s marriage at the dinner table? I just couldn’t believe what we were watching. And it just went on and on.
I thought it was insane of Kenya to think the hotel employee did something wrong by calling a man, sir. How was she to magically know that Miss Lawrence prefers to use female pronouns when referring to himself?
The hotel was gorgeous. It seems like they stayed for several days. I still don’t get the point of the trip. I mean there is always a fake reason for them to be somewhere.
Nene seemed to be on her best behavior. Perhaps Kenya’s ass kissing is having a positive effect on her?
Am I just over this whole show, or was that episode hardly worth discussing?