The Real Housewives of Atlanta had better lines than a Dior gown on Sunday night.
Here’s a look at the housewives’ best lines (as well as a peek into their lives):
This is not something that a man would do, it’s not something that a husband would do, this is something that a queen would do who’s being dramatic, and he wants to let me know, woman to woman, that he doesn’t give a damn about anything we had together. – Porsha Stewart
The divorce drama between Porsha Stewart and her ex, Kordell Stewart, continued, as the former NFL QB packed up Porsha’s belongings, including hastily packed wedding mementos, and shipped them to her mother’s house.
An emotional Stewart, 31, later broke down in the arms of Kandi Burruss, 37, who told her, “It can’t rain forever. The sun will come out in the end.”
If Todd and I just go ahead and jump the broom, this conversation is done. – Kandi Burruss
Speaking of Burruss, her own drama continued as well: After having to defend her engagement to Todd Tucker against her mother, Joyce, in last week’s episode, she had to do it again with her manager, Don Juan.
But her daughter, Riley, stood by her side, telling her mother to forget what anyone else might say about her relationship to Tucker. “You two have to stick to each other to the end.”
I just got my nails done I’m not gonna clean no toilet! – NeNe Leakes
NeNe Leakes, 45, was having trouble adjusting to being a “real housewife” once again, as well as doing housework, following the cancellation of her TV show, The New Normal, and a production delay for Glee, which recently announced it will end its run next season.
Black people in white is like little black angels. – Phaedra Parks
With the recent addition of her second son, Dylan, Phaedra Parks arranged for new family photos – with everyone dressed in white.
Although a picture is worth a thousand words, the new portraits didn’t tell the full story, as Parks, 40, and husband, Apollo Nida, bickered incessantly, with Nida responding, “At the end of the day, Phaedra doesn’t care what I have to say.”
Did I come to get my fibroid removed, or get a Brazilian? – Cynthia Bailey
Cynthia Bailey, 46, underwent a successful uterine fibroid embolization to relieve her ongoing symptoms of bloating, heavy bleeding and weight gain, and was able to have a sense of humor about her surgery, although she would later say, “I feel like I have been hit by a train and a bus and a car … and then run over by a bike.”
Blanche you’re always gonna be in that wheelchair! – Kenya Moore
And Kenya Moore went all the way back to the 1962 cult classic What Ever Happened To Baby Jane? to throw shade at her landlady, who ended up calling the cops and telling them that Moore had not vacated her rental home on time.
“I’m so happy to get out of this crazy house,” said Moore, 42, who ended up wearing her landlady’s wedding dress when it was mistakenly delivered to her. “Hell no to the dress!”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on Bravo.