Is Dr. Jeff the newest addition to the cast of Real Housewives of Atlanta? He certainly behaved the way any good newbie does on the show by complimenting the veterans and trying to navigate NeNe Leakes without looking like a total doormat, which, by the way, never works. I’d say he’s doing just fine. In a few more seasons, he may be at the same point as Kenya Moore. A man can dream, can’t he?
Initially her brand of cray confidence made her an outsider among the cast, but now Krayonce and her bullhorn have twirled into the inner circle of fabulousity. She’s found a loyal chum in Cynthia Bailey who once contractually obligated the Neenster into a friendship pact, and she’s open to finding love with a man who isn’t invisible or playing a role (well, I mean…can we confirm that?) with her recent stint on the Millionaire Matchmaker.
“Don’t you just love the dramatics of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta? I loved how Dr. Jeff was saying ‘Nene, you’re going to that place again.’ ‘Nene, you’re getting angry,’ as I calmly walked to my car. He’s got a job to do too, right? How well do I know how that works?” snarked NeNe. “It works about as well as those blue cards he was reading off of with all the producer’s notes on them! LOL!”
Cynthia said she feels progress was during the counseling session. “Everyone who wanted to resolve their issues did resolve them and moved on.” Love the much-deserved shade thrown at NeNe, but let’s get real, Cynthia. Nothing was resolved in that therapy session.
NeNe Leakes has left the building! And some real-ish therapy happened on Real Housewives Of Atlanta! Well, as real as you’re gonna get from 4 broads whose occupations are Shadeologists (degree available online at Shade U, an akkredited university), and one broad whose occupation is Denialologist, degree available at MamaJoyce Be Your Guide.com. Oh, and NeNe, well she kept it real NeNe – all the problems aren’t her fault, and Dr. Jeff shouldn’t be allowing everyone to “dump” them in her lap on a plate from the buffet. Well Kandi Burruss would still eat it!
Therapy is in progress when NeNe up and flees, toting two Birkins filled with her emotional baggage. Dr. Jeff, the yappy Pomeranian on her heels, begs her to return. NeNe’s glowing red transformer eyes accuse him of allowing everyone to blame her for all the issues. It was a conspiracy! The entire first part of the session, was all NeNe, all times. Usually she likes that sort of thing but not when she’s being told what she doesn’t want to hear!
Dr. Jeff tries to appease NeNe by reminding her that she has so much to contribute. In response NeNe snaps, “You should lose your license!” Dr. Jeff follows NeNe out to her car, counseling her about anger taking her to dark places… She uses all of her self-restraint not to poke his eyes out, then commands the guards to haul him away and throw him in the viper pit.
This is a case of the pot calling the kettle’s bottom black! Porsha Williams has decided that certain castmates of hers are barely ladies. And she is, what, with her barely dressed self? Girl… check yourself before you wreck yourself! Oh… too late.
While having lunch at The Ivy in Beverly Hills with her boobs barely concealed, Porsha dished on Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Porsha revealed that the “reunion is coming up and that will be crazy” because they only “kind of” get along. Kind of?
The photo above is from Porsha’s lunch at The Ivy.
Claudia Jordan is calling out the group-therapy session on Real Housewives Of Atlanta as a disaster and the culprit: NeNe Leakes. After NeNe stormed out of therapy, Claudia thinks NeNe owes Dr. Jeff an apology for her rude behavior. Yeah she does, but that will happen right about the time NeNe gets a decent wig.
Claudia also describes NeNe as displaying a pattern of behavior which indicates her low-self esteem and hatred of women; she’s come to this diagnosis based on the fact that NeNe doesn’t like her and was mean to her, as she is all the “new girls.” Interesting perspective…
“Dr. Jeff had his hands full, and I hope he wasn’t too scarred by the horrible treatment that he received when he was only trying to do the job he was asked to do,” Claudia says. “I like how he kept everything pretty fair, and his demeanor was calming.” I think his fear-based response system took over.