Kenya had earlier become offended when Eva didn’t bring her kids to Kenya’s party in part because she didn’t know what would happen. She did gift Kenya a doll for her baby daughter, which Kenya found insulting or something.
So Kenya, eyeing the potential pointless conflict, “regifts” the doll to Porsha. Porsha rejects it and brings it over to Eva.
“I feel like you’re making a problem with me and there isn’t a problem,” Kenya says to Eva, adding with characteristic menace: “You don’t want a problem with me. Trust me!”
“So you got your feelings hurt...” Eva responds.
"I'd have to care about you to get my feelings hurt," says Kenya, whose feelings were hurt enough to make it into something.
Kenya then brings up how she was also offended that Eva had spread some rumor last season about Cynthia that Cynthia long got over. Cynthia tries to cut Kenya off at the pass, saying it didn’t matter to her. But Kenya gets upset about being cut off.
You know: the usual silliness that Kenya likes to stir up.
Kandi is bemused, calls it the shade equivalent of Godzilla vs. King Kong.
Then Eva and Marlo begin pointlessly arguing and talking over each other - an echo a scene from last year. And Marlo mentions how NeNe had earlier told her that Cynthia possesses some sort of Machiavellian dark side we never see. Cynthia defends herself with aplomb.
Then there are silly awards orchestrated by Cynthia (and the producers?): Shamea wins best twerker. Who is shadiest? Marlo wins. Best read award: Kenya. Thirstiest person: Yovanna. Most insecure ends with Kenya implying that her marriage was on the rocks.
And thankfully, this hour is over. Let’s move on.