August 14th, 2009
10:38 AM ET
There was so much utter foolishness on Thursday night's "Real Housewives of Atlanta" that I don't even know where to begin.
From the conclusion of the fight between Sheree and Kim where the latter's wig was tugged, to Dwight's "Wild Kingdom"-themed party and penchant for commenting on women's "melons," I was aghast.
Since Bravo continually hyped Sheree's assault of Kim's blond wig, we all knew that was coming, but what did surprise me was the level of sympathy I felt for Kim. She honestly seemed like she was trying to handle the screaming and cursing match as best she could by hustling out of the restaurant as fast as her heels could carry her.
By following Kim (and threatening to whup her you-know-what), Sheree just seemed like a bully, especially when she tugged on the wig. Any wearer of the fake hair will tell you that is a definite no-no.
Then there was Dwight's party. Known as "the seventh sixth housewife" despite his gender, Dwight brings the flamboyance every time and his soiree more than lived up to his reputation.
There were people made up to look like animals, swings suspended from the ceiling and Dwight insisted that the models hired for the party exude sex, urging one ample-bosomed woman to prop her girls up for better display.
But the kicker was when, by way of an introduction, he grabbed the newest housewife's, Kandi's, breasts and proclaimed them to be nice melons.
Can this show get any more outrageous and off the chain?
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