Ugh, yes. I don't understand why Marlo was even invited to the wedding. She was always nasty and shady to Eva, why extend her an invitation? As for that bridesmaid, she would've been out as soon as she put her hands on my wedding planner. I hope the wedding planner called the cops. Since the wedding came off beautifully and Eva was happy, clearly, she didn't do a bad job.
The season is almost over, and I still don't know how I feel about Tanya. I don't think she should come back next season. She's a nice person, but she comes across kinda ditzy to me. And she's always falling back in line with NeNe. Stop it. To be fair, they all do that.
I found Eva's story to be a little sus, too. Not all of it, but I do think it's odd that she's on TV when she keeps moving around and her address is constantly in flux. I pray to never be in her position, but she and Michael are going to have to set down roots and stop running scared. Not only for stability reasons for her children but to stop giving Marly's bio dad all this power.
From what I've heard, Michael's been in Marley's life since she was a baby. He's the only father she knows and she called him daddy. They seem to have a good relationship. And I wouldn't be surprised if Eva vetted Michael hardcore before she allowed her daughter around him/had another baby.
Can we talk about Riley? It's not as if she doesn't have a point with Kandi always being busy, but she always loses me with her tone.
Speaking of tone, this brings me to NeNe's conversation with Gregg. I don't have an issue with caretakers having a raw conversation with their loved ones because keeping all that bottled up leads to resentment. But to make it all about yourself is another thing entirely. I'm OK with her saying, "I know that you're sick, but I'm not OK with how you've been treating and speaking to me. Your life has changed and so has mine. We're going to have rough days, but let's remember to be respectful to each other."
But this is NeNe, so that isn't happening. Gregg was never an easy person to deal with, and I'm sure cancer has made him worse, but the conversation could've been handled better.