After the awful NYC Prep and Miami Social, Bravo finally gets back to fun city with season 2 of the happily disruptive Atlanta Housewives. Kandi Burruss, the newest wife, is sweet, upbeat and (so far) doesn't seem like a troublemaker. That leaves everyone else. The premiere's high point is Sheree's room-clearing screaming match with a party planner. The franchise's gold standard will likely remain the New Jersey series, which ended with a fight that couldn't have been more visceral if it had featured Joe Pesci in a dress. But Atlanta is fine, raucous camp.