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Episode 20: Bravotv.com's Associate Editor counts down this week's top three moments.
No. 3 - Think Big
Kim doesn't really deal in small things. She likes big hair, she had big babies, and she gives big gifts. So when Kroy's birthday rolled around, it was no surprise (to me at least, Kroy seemed pretty taken aback) that she had a crazy gift prepared. That's got to be pretty awesome to roll into a restaurant in your everyday car, and then to have a valet hand you the keys to a brand new Porsche on the way out. Though of course all I could think of when the two of them rode away was, "Who's driving the other car that they took there?"
Side Note: Did anyone else notice that on the door of the restaurant it said, "Proper dress required"? Were they near a beach or something? What kind of attire have people been wearing so frequently to this place that they needed this caveat engraved upon the door?
Famous Famiglia John is back on the scene, so that can only mean one thing -- more gifts for NeNe! Now he's given her everything from Louboutins to an elderly opera singer, but John took it to a whole new level this time when she opened up a Rolex. I think we all need to find some business partners like this.
Of course like every other time John showers NeNe with gifts, it was a little uncomfortable. When she asked him what the gift meant, all he said was that a Rolex lasts forever... What does that mean?! It seemed to imply more than just that their business relationship would last forever. But hey, I probably wouldn't have been asking too many questions either if someone had a Rolex for me.
You can't throw a sex toy party without some eye-candy on hand. I'm not sure if that's an Emily Post rule, but it really should be. Kandi was clearly on the same page, so she decided to screen some hot hunks for her Bedroom Kandi launch. Of course Phaedra and Sheree were there to lend moral support and make comments like, "I don't need anybody that's smaller than my fifteen-year-old son." After rejecting some random applicants who didn't meet the requisite beefcake qualifications, a troupe of shirtless, super buff masseurs swarmed in armed with foot massages and strawberries. Needless to say the girls were sold. Are there many companies that provide this service? If so, I'll be hiring them for every future party I throw.