The Real Housewives of Atlanta were haunted by ghosts, history and each other on Sunday’s girls’ trip to Savannah.
The wives embarked on a Freedom Trail tour in order to learn more about Savannah’s history, but understanding the Underground Railroad proved a bit difficult for Porsha Stewart.
When the tour guide took the wives to the First African Baptist Church and pointed out the ventilation holes in the floor where “people crawled under to escape slavery,” Stewart, 31, was confused.
“There has to be an opening for the railroad,” she said.
“It wasn’t a train,” Phaedra Parks explained. “It was a euphemism, baby.”
It was a late night Hearse Ghost Tour that caught the attention of mortician Parks.
“Did you see that hearse, girl?” Parks, 40, said to Kandi Burruss, 37, as the two talked after arriving in Savannah. “I have hearse radar.”
Parks chased after the hearse, which she found was operated by a man who called himself Peg Leg Ron.
“When I left Atlanta this morning, I didn’t see myself standing in the middle of Savannah taking to a man with a peg leg driving a hearse,” Parks deadpanned.
And new housewife Mynique Smith didn’t picture herself sitting in a bar in the middle of Savannah defending her marriage to former Atlanta Falcons football player Chuck Smith, who, it turns out, dated both Parks and Burruss in the past.
“We dated when we were children,” Parks told Smith. “We wasn’t having no sex We dated again that was college time [Then] when he played for the Falcons, we dated.”
“The truth is, he hit it, he quit it,” Moore, 42, said.
But it was Stewart, whose emotional divorce from former NFL player Kordell Stewart has been in the spotlight this season, who again took center stage when she told Smith, “You best to ask some questions cause he didn’t tell you everything you need to know.”
“It is you and your husband that don’t communicate,” Smith yelled. “Well, you ain’t even got one right now, boo!”
The Real Housewives of Atlanta airs Sundays (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.