Toya tries to clear up any lingering questions the "real people" who watch the show might have about this Season.
Toya reflects on Simone's fake friendship and ghetto attitude and on Mariah's "EP" status.
Toya pens a poem to the other ladies and their dubious ways.
Toya explains why she testified against Mariah and why she didn't go to the Cinnamon Girl launch.
Toya thinks Simone is an instigator and that it's only a matter of time before she is eating her own nasty gossip.
Toya thinks Simone is a coward and a two-headed snake and explains what really happened with their home.
Toya is sad the etiquette lesson fell on deaf ears and is tired of Simone playing both sides of the coin.
Toya thinks Quad and Mariah are swimming against a riptide and that Jackie needs to stop thinking of babies as trophies.
Toya doesn't understand why she has to defend her decision to be the Harris Household Manager.
Toya knows that the devil only changes his clothes after seeing how Mariah treated Quad.
Toya knows Simone is just "doing shows" this season, and she won't engage in the drama.
Toya reflects on what made her sad in this episode, Simone's marriage, and the lack of Docs on the Docks.
The fight between Mariah and Quad opened up old wounds for Toya.
Toya thinks the other ladies are just envious of her ability to stay-at-home and is shocked Simone won't cop to her bad behavior.
Toya is surprised Dr. Heavenly would insult her behind her back, but isn't surprised this group brings the drama.