After that episode aired, Yolanda blogged, “A lack of education is the root of so many issues today. You will never hear someone who’s walked in my shoes speak the way Taylor spoke on tonight’s episode. I truly hope she never has to experience the journey she questions me for sharing.”
Taylor responds, “Absolutely I hope that nobody else has to experience what she’s experiencing. I feel horrible for her. But at the same time I was concerned Yolanda had a misdiagnosis because I have family members who have had neurological diseases. They were misdiagnosed for a very long time and ended up having multiple sclerosis so I was just concerned. It really was out of concern and I wish the best for her.”
Andy opened the show by sharing that he thinks James and Lala were just overtired and super excited to be on the show and then added in alcohol and anxiety and it was a disaster for the censors (and an annoyance for us viewers). So, Andy’s giving Lala another shot and is also allowing a cardboard version of James be the bartender for the night (photo below).
Debra asks Kathryn why she told Lisa Vanderpump what Erika Girardi said. “I’m an honest person,” says Kathryn. “I get thrown under the bus if I don’t say something cause we all know the truth comes to the surface. I met them both at the same time. I’m not shady. I’ll say it to your face.”
Andy has a little fun at James Kennedy‘s expense (and I’m not mad at him for it). About James calling himself the white Kanye West and saying the Pump CD is the single greatest thing he has ever done in his life, Brittany says, “That’s embarrassing.” Jax just says, “I don’t even have to say anything. He just kind of buries himself. It’s almost too easy.”
Andy asks NeNe what she thinks about Matt saying he loves Kenya Moore. “It’s really good for Kenya to find love,” she says. “At first I didn’t think he was the one for Kenya, but I have seen him and Kenya together. He was at Kenya’s birthday dinner and I think Kenya’s feeling him.”
Even if you tuned in or read our recaps of the shows this week, you might have missed a couple of things that happened AFTER the show. Like Phaedra Parks letting her freak flag fly. See some of the best pics from WWHL below.
About not claiming Kenya as her best friend, Cynthia maintains, “I don’t really feel like I was backing away. The bestie word came up – and we’re not best friends, we’re not BFFs, we’re not besties, we’re not any of those things. We’re really really good friends – very close. I love Kenya. We have never referred to each other as best friends.”