Real Housewives of Atlanta: The Husbands Go Loco in Mexico
03/24/2014 AT 06:30 AM EDT
NeNe Leakes's husband, Gregg, let Cynthia Bailey's husband, Peter Thomas, know just how unhappy he was that Thomas had approached his wife after Kenya Moore's ill-fated masquerade ball.
"You stepped up in my wife's grill," Leakes told Thomas after Moore attempted to hold a re-do of the disastrous couples' night pajama party that ended in fisticuffs. "If you ever come up into my wife's face like that, there's going to be a showdown … you disrespected me … Don't walk up on my wife without me present."
"I was disappointed with your wife," Thomas said, referencing Leakes's icy speech at the ball that overshadowed the charity.
Enter the ladies, including Leakes who immediately thrust herself into the fight.
"You need to stay outta women's business," Leakes, 45, told Thomas. "You stop tryin' to be a damn bitch!"
While the rest of that fight continues next week, the one between Parks and Moore never ends, as the two resumed their war of words after Moore attempted to make amends with Apollo Nida last week.
"I've asked you not speak to my husband," said Parks. "You should respect that."
Parks repeated those words to her husband, after the two icily parted ways when she walked in to find him cozily speaking with Moore.
"To have you entertain a conversation with Kenya about a friendship is crazy," she told Nida. "I would not trust Kenya as far as I could throw her."
Nida tried to make amends by tossing his wife a surprise party, but even that was filled with odd words and even odder gifts.
"It's not often I try and do something nice for you," he said just before escorting a blindfolded Parks into the party, "because you're so mean all the time."
Parks, 41, opened her eyes to find the wives waiting, along with a piñata shaped like a donkey.
"It helps to envision it's Kenya Whore Moore," Parks said, only to discover that the piñata was filled with condoms instead of candy.
"I just want to thank you for being the mother of my two children, and let's just continue to move forward," an unromantic Nida toasted to his wife, who perhaps began to envision he was a bigger ass than the piñata.
"Anyone else hear crickets?" Moore asked.
Here's guaranteeing there won't be silence during Sunday's The Real Housewives of Atlanta (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.