It looks like things really start heating up on Real Housewives of Atlanta during the next episode when Kim Zolciak goes off on NeNe Leakes about roaches and handicap parking. Other than Kim’s explosive guest appearances, this has been a slow-moving season so far.
In an interview with E! News, Porsha joked, “When I tell you it was a no beef dinner, but it was beef all around that table.” She continued, “The audience didn’t even get to see a majority of it because, as you can tell, we were on fire that night. The dinner was long. They had to edit it down to what you saw, and it still was on fire. It was fun. And you know what I liked about it? It was kind of back to how it used to be on Housewives to where we way disagree and it may get a little heated and we may read or whatever, but then five minutes later, when we walked inside, we were better again. It was just a good time. I liked it.” It wasn’t iconic by any means. There weren’t any GIFs or memes created in response to that dinner conversation, but there’s nothing wrong with some lighthearted television.
Porsha discussed some of the drama that didn’t make the episode. She shared, “Cynthia [Bailey] and I definitely went more into how she felt about everybody discussing Will [Jones] and, you know, that I added to what the other girls were saying and basically saying the same things that everybody was saying.” Porsha also did this at the beginning of the episode, so unless she added some very specific information, it’s just the same old story: Will might be using Cynthia for fame. No one has any concrete proof. Cynthia is still into him and nothing has changed.
During the episode, Kim said that she wouldn’t go to Spain without her husband Kroy Biermann, which did not sit well with the cast. Porsha shared, “Kim, with the whole table, when she said she was bringing Kroy, set the table on fire because everybody was ‘Oh no, don’t bring him!’ So that lasted way longer than what people saw. I was voicing my opinion about it. As long as he was able to be separated and we were able to do our girl things at night. I’m not going to go in her room anyway, so what does it matter?”
Porsha felt like the dinner got out of hand because the women weren’t used to turning up after eating a vegan meal. She admitted, “We were all lit. Think about it, they didn’t have what they normally have in their bellies. They didn’t have meat, they didn’t have the breads they would normally have. They had strictly a whole plant-based meal, so they weren’t really used to that. So whatever I was giving them—which was shots—had them lit.”