Yolanda celebrates her unconventional family and that the women managed to keep drama to a minimum at Gigi's party.
Watching this season, Lisa believes Yolanda did speak ill of her in Paris -- but doubts Housewife's pull with Homeland Security.
Carlton tries to explain the oddity around Kyle's peace offering -- and how Lisa had nothing to do with her refusal.
Joyce comments on her father's passing and why she wishes Kyle had kept it to herself.
Kyle is dubious about Carlton's crying and talks about why her conversation with Brandi about Lisa went the way it did.
Carlton explains why she broke down to Lisa about Kyle's accusation and on why she can't see Lisa as the enemy.
Lisa is shocked Kyle didn't ask Brandi what her motives were or even question why she said the things she did about their friendship.
Yolanda discusses her citizenship, what Lisa did that inspired her, and touches on the deep dynamics of Brandi and Lisa's friendship.
Joyce can't believe Lisa's dream team has turned against her or that Carlton would think Mauricio attend a party without Kyle.
Carlton reflects on Kyle's argument, Nipple-Gate and if she thinks Mrs. Mauricio-Umanksy is a good person.
Brandi is staying out of Carlton/Kyle's drama, but she wishes that Lisa would be a be better friend to her.
Lisa can't understand why Kyle continues to bring up nipple-gate and what will happen after the disastrous birthday dinner.
Kyle knows she should have been more cautious with her words, but she still doesn't understand Carlton's motivations.
Yolanda can't understand why the ladies won't stick up to Lisa or why Kyle and Carlton are still arguing about religion.
Joyce continues to be astonished by Carlton's treatment of religion and by what she says behind the ladies' backs.