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Awkward.

Episode 10: Bravotv.com's Assistant Editor counts down this week's top three moments.

No. 3 - African Dancing Queens

What doesn't Phaedra do? Lawyer, funeral home owner in training, mother, and now African dance maven. Seriously where does she find the time for all of this? And she was pretty good to boot. It would appear that donkey booty is just full of secrets.

Kandi on the other hand tried to play it off that she's not a dancer. However I think she's one of those people who can secretly bust a move, but shies away from the dance floor. I mean you've been a performer for years, there's no way you haven't developed a decent rhythm. Once she got into it and wasn't so self-conscious, Kandi seemed to be keeping up with the group just fine. She may still become the Black Swan yet, Phaedra.

And hey, compared to Ramona, Alex, and Sonja trying to do the dougie, these two looked like seasoned professionals.

No. 2 - Mama Joyce, Peacemaker

Mama Joyce is a brave woman. Trying to get NeNe, Kim, and Sheree to be friendly when they are currently not speaking is quite frankly dangerous. I mean has she watched some of their past fights? I wouldn't want to be caught in the middle of that. You're basically asking to get the weave snatched right off you head in the crossfire. But luckily for Joyce the ladies behaved, because who doesn't love Joyce? Or maybe they just didn't want to cross her after witnessing her chew out Kandi for the ReDICKulous debacle. Either way it was fine if painfully awkward.

On a side note the best part of the whole scene was probably the end when Joyce realized she'd actually been drinking wine the whole time even though she doesn't drink. Oops! What exactly did she think she was drinking? But it all makes sense now, because who hasn't tried to have awkward conversations while drunk?

No. 1 - Can You Hear Me Now?

Another feather to put in Phaedra's accomplishment hat is befriending African dignitaries. Evidently she and the Vice President of Ghana go way back, so why not make a call over to Africa to let him know she's visiting? But just as they were beginning to chat, someone dropped the call. This is because, as Phaedra informs us, "Africa is the worst place to call. It's so hard to get through." Maybe it's time to switch service providers, Africa, because everybody knows Phaedra has people to talk to over there!

Next week the Africa trip begins, but with one little surprise...

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Cynthia: I Would Know If Peter Was Cheating

Cynthia Bailey weighs in on Porsha Williams' accusations about her husband.

Bravotv.com: How were you feeling going into this reunion?
Cynthia Bailey: I am always excited for the reunion. It is the official end of a drama-filled season. I actually look forward to it, because it is a great opportunity to sit face to face with all the ladies, have the conversation, ask questions, and get asked questions, set the record straight, apologize or get an apology, try to get closure, and move forward. There will always be drama amongst us, and we are all old enough to deal with it like women.

Bravotv.com: What did you think of Porsha's response about why she accused Peter of cheating?
CB: Peter is the most accessible husband on the show. Tons of women walk through the doors of Bar One and Sports One every day. It is his job to be cordial and take pictures with them if requested. If he is too nice, he is flirting with them. If he is too standoffish, he is an a--hole. Most of the women are genuine fans, but some do have agendas. Regardless, they have the opportunity to meet him, shake his hand, hug him, and take a picture with him. If Peter was cheating on me, I would know about it. Any woman that has been with my husband (knowing that he is a married man) is not going to keep it a secret. They are going to tell someone. Women with no self-value or integrity will always go out of their way to make sure the wife finds out. In their small minds, it's a victory.

Bravotv.com: Were you surprised by NeNe's response about your acting?
CB: I am new to acting, and I am still learning. I thought I did a great job in Life Twirls On, and so did Kenya. I committed to the role and did my best. I'm good with that.

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