'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' Season 3, Episode 14 Recap
['The Real Housewives of Atlanta' - 'Flamingo Road Block']
What better way to open than with Kim trying to light a cigarette off a tour bus griddle? The B-12 shot would surely make it all better.
Of course, what was meant to be a little riff on Kim's age to loosen up the stiff Jermaine Dupri, festered into a full-blown Kim and NeNe disease. Baby Ayden's well-timed barf could stand in as a succinct recap of this episode of 'The Real Housewives of Atlanta.'
In shades of past seasons, NeNe's deeper ... misgivings ... about Kim -- on display again with a sing-song imitation of the blonde-wigged one -- quickly emerged, and they got just as ugly as they could. Thrown into the mix with her disapproval of Kim's treatment of Sweetie, it's almost plausible that the alligators in the Everglades would have grimaced as much as tour manager Don Juan did if they'd heard the commotion.
Poor Phaedra, headed toward Florida with what she thinks will be a peaceful diversion from hectic working motherhood. If only she had some surveillance footage from the bus.
And poor Cynthia, her anticipation of a semi-bacheleorette weekend already stomped on faster than some dirt beneath Derek J.'s camo heels. Or barfed on in the previously mentioned incident, whichever you prefer. The news that Peter had sold the restaurant may have just done away with the big wedding, and not by her own doing this time. It sadly probably couldn't get any better once they collided with Hurricane Zolciak-Leakes.
Perhaps more ominous, though, was Peter's statement to Cynthia, about "never ever ever telling you anything ever again." It's now pretty conclusive that money is far from the only issue, isn't it? Should she call off the wedding, or at least postpone it?
This time it was Kim's other daughter having separation issues. What's wrong with staying with the grandparents for a week or so? Sure, she's a sobbing kid, but it was Kandi, really, that was more deserving of some consolation. She knew full well about Kim's antics beforehand, but didn't deserve this level of nonsense from the dueling housewives.
"Since I'm going to be in Miami with the girls for a few days, my kids are going to California to spend some time with their dad although he'll probably send them to his mom's." - Shereé
"If I had breasts, it would be a one-man-show." - Apollo on his potential mothering abilities
"Okay, so Kim is performing in a strip mall. This is really big time, now." - NeNe
'The Real Housewives of Atlanta' airs Sundays, 10 PM ET on Bravo.