The Real Housewives of Atlanta" went to Mexico on Sunday's episode, but there was more shade than sun.
"Mirror, mirror on the wall, I'm the shadiest of them all," said Kenya Moore, who organized the trip to make amends for helping to turn NeNe Leakes's pajama party into a brawl. Greeting the wives in a bikini and poncho, she announced, "I just want the tequila to flow and everybody to have a good time."
But Moore certainly didn't play the perfect hostess at the welcome dinner, where the focus quickly turned to Porsha Stewart and whether her failed marriage to former NFL quarterback Kordell Stewart had all been a PR stunt.
If you thought it had something to do with Woody Harrelson's father-in-law – and this doesn't constitute a spoiler, because that was too off-base to ever be possible – you were wrong.
In fact, just about every theory that cropped up online speculating about the finale of HBO's terrific True Detective (and inspiring writers to mention the notorious ending of Lost) was wrong.
Now onto some real spoilers.
Ramona Singer is staying strong post-split.
"Ramona is one of those people who, amidst adversity, she triumphs," Real Housewives of New York City costar Aviva Drescher told PEOPLE at Style for a Cause with Cozy's Cuts for Kids and The Max Cure Foundation. "It's incredible: She is solid."
Singer filed for divorce from husband Mario Singer, her husband of 22 years, in January, following reports that she caught him with his girlfriend in the Hamptons.
The housewife is moving on just fine, though.
Todd Chrisley has never shied away from talking about his money.
In his new reality show, Chrisley Knows Best, cameras follow the businessman, who lives in a lavish 30,000-sq.-ft. Atlanta mansion with his wife and five children. (Think the Kardashians with Southern drawls.)
"In a year, we sometimes spend $300,000 or more, just on clothing," he says in one promo for the show, which premieres on March 11 on the USA Network.
But behind the fancy cars and glitzy shopping sprees, Chrisley's financial situation has been precarious for years.