The Real Housewives of Atlanta: A Reconciliation of Sorts
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
Life is indeed short and it looks like the ladies of The Real Housewives of Atlanta are taking that lesson to heart in "Baby Momma & Daddy Drama," the 12th episode of Bravo docu-drama's second season. In a way, this episode is all about reconciliation and putting the past behind so the ladies could move on with their lives or maybe move on to new drama.

Sheree and Kim take the first step by setting aside their differences after that controversial wig-pulling incident that happened at FAB restaurant by returning to the scene of the crime to do something nice for their co-star Kandi. If you recall, her engagement party was canceled before because of a tragic car accident involving AJ's cousin. Kim and Sheree decide to throw her a surprise engagement party, which goes well if you don't really count Kandi's mother, Joyce, bluntly talking about her sentiments on Kandi and AJ's relationship. Joyce obviously doesn't think it will work out between the two and she reasons that it's mother's intuition.

Meanwhile, the countdown for Sheree's fashion show has started. In just four days, she'll be launching She by Sheree so she meets Dwight to prep for the details of the event. Unfortunately, Dwight doesn't like the finished samples that he sees and even criticizes Sheree by saying she's a "year behind."

NeNe, on the other hand, travels back to Athens with Uncle Mel ironically to give
book writer, Denene, a glimpse into her life growing up but we learn that her mom never raised her and that she spent most of her time in New York City. On the plus side, NeNe finally meets Alan Pope, her alleged biological father who looks like her 19-year old son Bryson. And as it turns out, according to Alan, NeNe looks like Harriet, her mother.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
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