Eva Marcille has only been a “Housewife” for two episodes. She’s not making any waves, but I am living for her subtle shade. In contrast, Marlo Hamptoncouldn’t be subtle if her life depended on it. Marlo is the epitome of extra and I am here for it.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: hand Marlo a peach. She is the perfect level of messy. Marlo stirs the pot just enough, without doing anything morally offensive. She just strikes that perfect balance. Not only that, but we really needed her for comic relief during that last episode. It was just too sad to see Gregg Leakessuffering at NeNe Leakes’store opening. Marlo and her antics helped me get through it.
So far everyone is getting along on Real Housewives Of Atlanta, and it’s super nice. There’s a genuine energy to the show this season, as if the women are making a concerted effort to put the negativity behind them. Perhaps supporting NeNe Leakes has brought them together… But for how long? This is Real Housewives of Atlanta, after all. The peace won’t last for too long.
I do hope y’all are buckled up this season because Porsha Williams is already driving us crazy with the ‘Dennis this… ; Dennis that… Did you know Dennis uses the most perfect toothbrush ever. Those bristles were too soft; my bristles were too hard, but Dennis’s bristles are just right!
During tonight’s episode, NeNe and Gregg are in Florida for her store opening and comedy show. Porsha Williams’ new man Dennis McKinley is on the trip as well. Even though Porsha has been begging him for a proposal, she doesn’t want him to meet the cast just yet. Even so, the women still have a lot to say about him….as per usual.
Let’s be honest. Nothing actually “happened.” It was more of a catch up session with the friends in my head. With that said, there isn’t really much to discuss from the episode. Let’s hope that changes as the season progresses.
Mom-to-be Porsha Williams was in the hospital. This is a scary thing considering that she is pregnant with her first child. Now, she is back home and back on social media thanking followers for the support and prayers.
Did you even vote if you didn’t post about it on social media? Yes, of course, but plenty of people used social media to encourage their followers to register, remind them to vote, and to share that they did vote in the midterm elections.