This week on “Real Housewives of Atlanta,” it was finally time for Cynthia’s big pageant that she had been preparing for months now. Although Cynthia recruited some big names in Atlanta to help her with the show, including Boris Kodjoe, the pageant couldn’t have been more of a disaster! Meanwhile, Kandi was busy getting her praise on and taking a break from Bedroom Kandi to produce a gospel track.
Baby Talk With Porsha and Kordell
Porsha and Kordell had been married for a while now, so Porsha felt that it was the appropriate time to talk babies. The couple was out to dinner, and after Kordell bullied Porsha out of ordering a Sprite with her meal, he told her that he wanted her to give up on her career and stay home to watch their children. What career? Last time I checked, Porsha’s only career was shopping, putting on makeup and trying to figure out how many days there are in a year. Porsha disagreed with her husband, and thought that she could have it all: a career and babies. She brought up the idea of having a nanny but Kordell wasn’t satisfied. He wanted a stay at home wife who cooked, cleaned and tended to the children! Porsha suggested that she should “practice” being a mom on her niece, Jadynn, for a while, to show Kordell that she was capable of handling the jobs. Kordell was on board for Porsha’s idea under one condition: she had to do everything on her own. Poor Jadynn. Once Jadynn arrived at Porsha’s home, Porsha wasn’t sure of the first thing to do. After struggling to get Jadynn in the house, Porsha then went to change Jadynn’s diaper while feeding her a nutritious snack of Twizzlers, yum! After a disastrous first few hours, Porsha finally got the hang of being a “mom” and Jadynn survived Porsha’s care long enough to attend Cynthia’s pageant later in the episode. Maybe Porsha will make a good mom after all.