In case you or your DVR didn't catch it last night, The Real Housewives of Atlanta
has moved to Sunday nights. This means we had to wait one less day to listen to Kim "sing" (I use the term lightly) "The Ring Didn't Mean a Thing." Also, in true weekend fashion, Kim kicked things off with a yard sale (parking lot sale?) outside of "Burgers Shakes Fries." The time slot move is exciting for other reasons, too, and here is why I'm all about it:
Sundays and the South go hand-in-hand, and it's a recipe for a great theme party. Plus, it's easier to get people together for a watching party on a Sunday than it is on Monday. I'm thinking themed drinks, appetizers, and anything else to help you forget that Chick Fil-A is closed. Or just you in your sweatpants with a Betty Crocker Warm Delights. Whatever, it's your Sunday night!
One more night of Bravo programming
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I love Bravo and now they're extending their programming to Sunday night so that means more Bravo! Also, Andy Cohen gets two episodes of Watch What Happens Live! per week and I love that, too. Furthermore, Bravo doesn't care about football, which interferes with all of my other shows.
It's a good way to forget that Monday morning is coming
Sunday is the day of rest, and now a day to enjoy your Real Housewives unashamed.
Go to work with the latest Zolciak track in your head
Or call in sick with "Zolciaks disease."
Now it's God's day and NeNe's day.
Okay, that's a little blasphemous, but you can go to church then indulge in your guilty pleasure a little earlier, or you can pretend you went to church and wear a big hat to watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta.
Now you can watch the First Time Home Buyers Hour on HGTV.
Or Conan on TBS! Or, you know, whatever else is on Monday nights. Re-runs of The Real Housewives of Atlanta?
(images courtesy of Bravo)