The Real Housewives of Potomac

In celebration of what is being considered one of the best seasons in all of the "Housewives" franchises, I am opening up a thread for my second favorite Bravo television show.

Season four of The Real Housewives of Potomac has truly been a campy riot.

Whether it's Karen and Gizelle screaming at each other over beignets, Candiace wielding a butter knife in her "momma's house," a ho-down involving a magical vortex, a haunted forest, or questionably edited footage of Ashley's husband being a horrifying creep, there has yet to be a dull moment.

What was originally created to be a show about etiquette has now become a dynamic group of women who are starting to (thankfully) rise in the ratings.

Please discuss and I highly encourage you to watch if you haven't yet. Enjoy the thread!

I've dabbled in some earlier seasons but this thread has convinced me to fully dive in. I've just started Season 4 and it is already blowing me away. I mean, the editing...

Also my hometown is in Virginia so its inclusion in this makes me quite happy.
Between the Jaws knockoff music in the most recent episode, the "jump scare" sound when Karen popped up in the haunted forest, and the Blair Witch Project editing of the missing Michael footage...the campy editing is an absolute scream.
Can't wait for the Atlanta thread when the show and the legendary Kenya Moore return.
It depends on if the new season is iconic or not, I think. If it brings us anything like season 6 or 9, I will be ready to fully stan RHOA again. RHOC and RHONJ seem to have somehow both done a decent job of resuscitating themselves, so I will remain optimistic.

RHOBH really dropped the ball, though. I'm sure Bravo isn't bothered because the ratings were stellar. But still, what an absolute bore season 9 was.
I have high hopes. Apparently Kenya and Eva get into it really early on and I can only imagine the amount of SHADE that will be thrown.

From time to time I think of Eva going in on Marlo's wig "if you don't pick up your got2b glue and tack it back down.." and I burst out laughing like the tour guide.