It’s already time for Real Housewives of Atlanta! This week has flown by. We start at the Bailey agency where Kenya is bringing some poor girl in to apply for both the school and the pageant. I wonder where production found this girl. The storyline is that the poor thing just somehow found Kenya and asked her to mentor her. Lord, they really need to do better than this. Kenya is going to be a judge. Of course she is, Cynthia gets to draw on the Miss USA name for her money-making pageant.
Porsha and Kordell are out at dinner talking about having a baby. Porsha wants a nanny and she doesn’t want to give up her “career.” Um, what is her career again? The charity work? Kordell tells Porsha to borrow a baby to practice on. Where is the Porsha who wanted to have twins? Tonight’s Porsha is not the slightest bit interested in raising the baby. Later, Porsha has her niece for the night. The first thing she does is give her a twizzler. Then she changes a poopy diaper and leaves it on the floor “for uncle Kordell.” She seems to think the dog is babysitting the kid.
We finally get to see why Roble came to cook for Phaedra and Kandi and their men. Why is Phaedra wearing workout clothes to dinner? She needs to read her southern belle manual. It appears that Roble is just there for some face time and this is a standard scripted dinner for RHOA with the requisite sex talk, because it is Kandi and Phaedra.
Kandi is recording her gospel song with Marvin Sapp. It’s out now I believe on iTunes if you are interested. I’m getting sleepy. This episode is dragging. Kandi’s daddy is in the studio and he is teary-eyed listening to Kandi’s gospel song.
Cynthia stops by to see Nene. They are talking about Kenya and Nene seems not to like Kenya. I really don’t understand the relationship between those two.
Time for the pageant! Cynthia’s co-host shows up in a casual white short sleeve top, dark pants and tennis shoes. Who is the Boris person? Meanwhile Kenya is strutting around like a peacock in her Miss USA sash. Once the pageant starts they essentially have not script. They are calling out the wrong name for every kid. This would be fine if the kids had numbers on them, but they don’t. Oddly, Kenya is the only judge with a title not wearing her crown.
I’m sorry this is so boring. I found the whole episode snoozeworthy. Next week is the first episode of the trip to LA. That should be good.