The diva’s new home will include a gym, theatre and even a library. But please understand: Her love for the library is greater than her love for the actual books.
After a recent encounter with the boys in blue, a frustrated Apollo airs his grievances to Phaedra. He has lots to say about rumors, incarceration, society’s expectations and loyalty in marriage.
During his first visit to the Thomas-Bailey home since the wedding, Cynthia’s ex, Leon, shares some advice with Peter. As a man who has been in the Cynthia family business longer, he advises him to work out the issues with her mom and sister.
When Sheree meets Kim for lunch she discovers she should’ve worn different shoes (again). She’s forced to wobble her way through a pool of rocks in 4 (+) inch heels.
When the newly (legally) separated Gregg and NeNe reunite, the discussion turns to dating. When he asks if she’s seeing anyone, NeNe quips “It ain’t important.”
Just shy of pulling out his resume, Kim’s father sells his “services” to Phaedra during dinner, describing a deal between the two of them as a “win-win.” Phaedra is very gracious and doesn’t even offer a (warranted) side eye.
When Phaedra and Kandi meet up to shop for Kim’s baby shower, they find tons of fun stuff like “mother tucker”, “hooter hiders” and even a monkey with a wig.
Kim’s baby shower is a fabulous, elaborate event. So much so that it reminds Phaedra of her own. The same one Kim complained was over the top last season.
When the adorable Ariana discovers that her mom only had a baby shower for her eldest child and not her, she’s pretty insulted. “Oh my gosh, I hate you,” she tells Kim.
Peter’s interview with a magazine has left a bad taste in everyone’s mouth. But no one is angrier than Apollo who warns Peter to, “Back down, you’re too old." Jabs were thrown, but luckily not the real ones.