Going into Sunday night’s new episode of “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” we had one major question: Were we finally going to see the commercial come on the air? This is some nonsense that we’ve heard about time and time again the past few weeks, with Kenya Moore spending most of her time pouting over the notion that someone questioned whether or not she was really needed. That someone was Kim Fields.
Now, here’s the question you gotta wonder at the moment: Would Kenya have been anywhere near as nasty and/or quick-to-spread-rumors on the subject of Kim’s husband in the event that she had been given more free reign when it comes to the commercial? Maybe, but she thought that it would be a good idea to suggest that Chris (or “Chrissy,” as she called him) was secretly gay. Eventually Sheree Whitfield spilled the beans on this at the after-party, and we have to wait until next week to see more of the glorious aftermath.
What we saw throughout the episode is that Kim was a pretty good director (as if there was any doubt), given the fact that most of the ladies actually seemed to have a good time making Cynthia Bailey’s spot. The thing we don’t quite get is why in the world the show is not advertising where we can see the completed product. Isn’t the point of a commercial that it eventually gets out into the public?
As for some other highlights from this episode. Peter decided to interrogate Kenya’s new man Matt, and there was a nice little moment where we saw some of his family in Jamaica. It’s hard to endorse this episode because of some of Kenya’s accusations, but at least there were some other fun moments here and there. Episode grade: C+.
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