The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 10 Episode 8 Recap: A Mad Tea Party

Did the ladies manage to put their differences aside for a good cause?

That was the big question on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 10 Episode 8 when the ladies were forced to be in the presence of each other. 

When the episode kicked off, Kenya Moore was hard at work shooting a PSA about domestic violence. That’s when she dropped the bomb that she was stabbed in her younger years by a violent boyfriend. 

It sounded like a harrowing event, and Moore was open about the fact that she could have died after all of it. Sheree Whitfield was drafted in to help out. 

However, Sheree wanted to make sure that Kenya was not making the PSA all about herself, but things got awkward when Kenya called Sheree and intern. 

Elsewhere, Nene Leakes wanted to try and put her beef with Porsha Williams aside, so Marlo Hampton appeared on the scene to try and orchestrate a sit down between the warring friends. 

When the meeting occurred, Porsha started things off by saying she had no idea why all the conversations turned into something awful. 

Porsha was adamant that she had been a good friend to her by showing her support when she appeared in business ventures outside of the show. 

“You could give two craps about this. I can completely see it your eyes. I can see it in your gestures, and I can see it in your jokes,” Porsha said to Nene. “There’s just nothing there. There’s just nothing there like that.”

That seemed like enough for Nene to rule that the friendship was over, and there was absolutely no way of fixing it. Marlo was upset because she thought she had actually gotten through to the women. 

Maybe she forgot the memo that she was appearing on The Real Housewives of Atlanta or something. The two women are never going to be friends, so it’s best for them just to be amicable to cut all the crap. 

Meanwhile, Kandi and Todd were vocal about their business being a success, but not everyone felt the same about it.

The family members were picking out slight niggles about the establishment, but why would Kandi and Todd change anything if they are turning in a huge profit?

It made very little sense and seemed like the type of scene that was thrown in because Porsha and Nene’s meet-up had fewer fireworks than the producers had hoped. 

After that, Kandi checked in with Sheree to see if she had opened up to the kids about the violence in her former relationship. 

When that was out of the way, Kandi wasted no time in telling Sheree all about Nene claiming Sheree’s new man was a con artist. 

“Really, Nene? You and Gregg both have mug shots,” Sheree said to the camera with a look of disgust. 

In the end, the ladies put all of the drama aside for the PSA. Cynthia put her mother up to speak about the ramifications of domestic violence. 

“I know it’s going to be hard for her to do this, but I’m really proud of her,” Cynthia said to the camera. 

Nene had some words of her own about her first relationship and how the man went on to hit her. 

“I stayed in that relationship for a very long time, and I ended up having a child in that relationship and then eventually I was able to get out,” Nene said.

Things took an explosive turn when Sheree declared “I’ve been in an accident” when Kenya checked up on her.  

Somehow, she made it to the stage at the last second and aced her part of the show. 

It’s rare that an episode of this show is informative, but the fact the ladies all came together for a great cause confirmed there might be light at the end of the tunnel for them. 

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