My it’s been a busy gossip week. (Or maybe I’ve just been bored-refreshing my Google Now too much.)
Part two of the reunion can only mean one thing: Kimberleigh Zolciak Biermann. This was a hard one to rank as half the ladies settled into comfortable silence and the friends picked up the slack.
All about bundles of joy, and also of unpaid cash.
Well Atlanta always delivers on their reunions, now don’t they? Shame the season couldn’t have been more like this. Who came out on top?
Friday night news dump alert! We’re getting our first rumors of how the expected RHOA reshuffle is taking shape, and it’s not beginning with the usual suspects.
In which we discuss such hot topics as life and death, love and hate, the specter of racism, and a couple that just really, really likes Hot Topic.
The Atlanta finale has happened. Did they manage to tie together the 3000 storylines of the season into a neat little bow? Did we achieve closure on the season’s biggest beefs? …
It’s time for the season’s penultimate episode. Is this where all of the flailing plotlines finally pull together into something cohesive? Spoiler alert: no.
We’re back with our ATL coverage! I missed out on last week’s final romp in Barcelona but it was a pleasantly enjoyable episode in which nothing of note happened storyline-wise. This week’s episode finds the ladies back in Atlanta and it’s all about Kim and Nene.
Today’s Round-Up features sterling examples of the five basic conflicts of literature: woman vs. friend, woman vs. enemy, woman vs. frenemy, woman vs. husband, and woman vs. Kim Zolciak.