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Real Housewives Of Potomac Season 5 Taglines Are Here

After a coronavirus-induced delay, Real Housewives of Potomac season 5 is finally approaching. The show returns for season five on Sunday, August 2 at 8 pm.

After a stellar season four, the anticipation for season five is building up. And, now, we have the taglines for the upcoming season. A good tagline makes you laugh and serves as the perfect preview of what to expect from someone’s storyline for the season.

People shared the taglines and to no one’s surprise Gizelle Bryant is still playing off of that whole “word on the street”/ people are talking about her schtick. Her tagline is “I’m still the baddest thing walking and the most anointed one talking!”

Karen Huger is still holding her self proclaimed title as the grande dame of Potomac. She declares, “Honey, the grande dame doesn’t repeat history. She makes it.” I like it.

 

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Monique Samuels‘ tagline seems to be a dig at Candiace Dillard, who she gets in a physical altercation with at some point this season. She says, “Maybe if you tried a little harder, you wouldn’t have to try me.” Oh, that’s for sure about Candiace.

Meanwhile, Candiace’s tagline is “Reading is fundamental and honey, I own the library.”
Robyn Dixon’s tagline references her ex-husband/current fiance Juan Dixon and their basketball-playing sons. She says, “I live in a house full of ballers, but I never get played.”
Ashley Darby’s tagline is a very realistic one-liner about motherhood. Her tagline is “Now that I have my baby, that’s the only crap I take!” Well, she’s not wrong about the crap thing…
New Potomac Housewife Wendy Osefo incorporates her job as a college professor into her tagline, saying, “The professor has arrived and class is officially in session.” OK, I see you girl.

 

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