Group therapy for Real Housewives? Sounds like it should be a requirement for every city and every season in the hit franchise.
But as we found out Sunday night with the ladies of Atlanta, not even a real doctor can help solve some of Bravo's biggest feuds.
Things started off on the right foot when Dr. Jeff Gardere and NeNe Leakes explained their intentions for the afternoon group therapy session. But once Kenya Moore had the opportunity to speak, things took a drastic turn for the worse.
"We're never going to be friends," Nene told her co-star with plenty of attitude. "I don't think Kenya and I were ever friends." Ummm, any words of advice Dr.?
It only got worse when Claudia Jordan compared Nene's behavior to someone with bipolar disorder. "You're trying to be important but you're not important," Nene proclaimed. "Bipolar? You better get that s--t together, okay?!"
But what drove this therapy session to a breaking point was when (a very hungry) Kandi Burruss showed signs that she was supportive of Cynthia Bailey.
"I'm not going to sit here and act as if I am the sole cause of these friendships and relationships being the way that they are today," Nene proclaimed as she stormed out of the room without warning. "I'm not staying here for 'Attack Nene Day.'"
Perhaps NeNe was warned when her BFF Phaedra Parks explained why she wasn't attending in the first place.
"Being in a room with Satan's minions—aka Kenya and Cynthia—is not my idea of a therapeutic afternoon," Phaedra confessed. Apparently, it isn't the case for Nene either.
Will the gang go in peace or end up in pieces? Therapy continues next Sunday night at 8 p.m. only on Bravo.
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