We start off with the Kenya/Apollo/Phaedra triangle. When we left off, Phaedra had just walked into the bar to see Apollo and Kenya talking by themselves. She was clearly not happy and went right over
to find out what they were discussing. Apollo lets her know that they are just squaring things away and he is saved by the bell in the form of Porsha and Nene and scampers off. Phaedra decides she has had enough and leaves to go to bed. He decides to check on her later on, but doesn’t make any real effort to fix it until the next morning when he brings her a flower. I think Apollo would prefer her to let loose a little
but she is too busy studying all the time. This drama ends at the close of the show when Phaedra and Porsha confront Kenya and let her know that she needs to leave Apollo alone and doesn’t really understand marriage because she has never been in one.
The other big drama of the episode is the issues between Gregg/Peter/Nene/Cynthia (by default). Gregg is upset with Peter for confronting Nene at Kenya’s masquerade charity event. Gregg felt that Peter was disrespectful. Peter feels like he simply was just replying to Nene when she asked what his deal was. Nene feels like he is
getting too involved with the ladies business and promptly calls him a “B*tch.”
Not something any man wants to hear.
Weird moment of the night: Apollo stuffs condoms into the
TMI moment of the night: Kandi asking Nene about her cycle. Yuck.
Interesting moment of the night: Apollo believes everyone cheats.
Random fact or omission of guilt?!