The Real Housewives of Atlanta 4.16 Review: I Got Bad Knees

One of my favorite things about The Real Housewives of Atlanta is that it very rarely lets the cast get too far apart before having them pulled back together. There may be different factions based on height and propensity for shade throwing, but group functions still occur fairly regularly and you'll find each of the cast members interacting with one another accordingly. Special circumstances can get in the way, notably Kim giving birth, but if you sign on to The Real Housewives of Atlanta, you'll have to deal with the other five ladies quite regularly.

After giving the wives a post-Africa episode to get away from one another, the show brought a majority of them back together for Cynthia's one-year anniversary party, which ended up being a bit of a hot mess. Overbudget and lacking in any stimulating activity (besides endless Ciroc), the party brought back bad memories of the wedding, where Mal and Peter continued to snipe. And shock and surprise, Cynthia all but defended Peter's dickish behavior while coming down hard on Mal; I think they both need to grow up and learn how to, at least, be civil, but it's pathetic how much Cynthia kowtows to him. She lies for him (i.e. she told Mal how much she wanted a big party) and never, ever checks his behavior the way she does with Mal, letting him talk all kinds of mess about her and jumping all over Mal from word one. I get that Cynthia wants her marriage to work, but does she want a marriage this volatile? Just out of spite to the people that thought you'd divorce? Why be miserable to prove other people wrong? Read More...


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