The Real Housewives of Atlanta – ‘From Zen to Sin’: Season 7 Episode 20

The Real Housewives of Atlanta - 'From Zen to Sin': Season 7 Episode 20

Tonight on Bravo, The Real Housewives of Atlanta continues with an all new Sunday April 5, season 7 episode 20 called “From Zen to Sin” and we have your weekly recap below. On tonight’s episode, in New York, NeNe Leakes has a costume fitting for her Broadway debut. In the Philippines, the ladies are reminded of the fun they have together.

On the last episode the women traveled to the Philippines. Everyone was in attendance except NeNe, who had chosen to work on her upcoming role for Broadway. Phaedra opened up to Claudia. For once, there seemed to be peace and positivity throughout the group…that was, until dinner time. Did you watch the last episode? If you missed it, we have a full and detailed recap right here for you.

On tonight’s episode as per the Bravo synopsis, “in New York, NeNe has a costume fitting for her Broadway debut. In the Philippines, the ladies are reminded of the fun they have together. To everyone’s surprise, Phaedra and Kenya come together in a discussion that changes the dynamics of the group.”

Tonight is going to be another great episode of RHOA for sure and you’re not going to want to miss a minute. Tune in at 8 pm EST on Bravo and we’ll be recapping it live right here for you but in the meantime, hit up the comments and let us know your thoughts on the new season!

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Claudia tells Kenya she’s proud of how she handled the situation with Phaedra. Kenya says she doesn’t want to feel tension when she walks into the room and is ready to move on.

Cynthia says she thinks Phaedra is capable of forgiving whoever she feels like forgiving, saying if Phaedra can forgive NeNe, she should be able to forgive Kenya.Kandi is glad things are back to normal with her and Phaedra.

The ladies leave the farm to go to Manila, where they are staying in a glamorous Presidential Suite with a private butler named Dante.

NeNe and Gregg go to the costume shop to meet with the costume designer for the Cinderella production.

In Manila, the group goes to the top of a volcano. To get to it, they have to rided horses. One of the guides tells Phaedra that her husband was killed, leaving her with her five children. She gives her a gift.

The group then goes shopping at the market, where they try various foods.

Phaedra calls Apostle Thaddeus and tells him about her upcoming meeting with Kenya, saying she wants to maintain her good character. He says the best thing she can do is tell Kenya she doesn’t harbor ill feelings toward her.

Claudia decides to have a slumber party in the suite. They order a ton of food from the room service menu and make the butler give them massages. Claudia tells the others that Phaedra and Kenya are off having their one-on-one.

Cynthia is optimistic that it will go well, saying an apology would be nice.“There’s not gonna be an apology,” Kandi says.

Kenya says she knows she has a habit of interrupting, which she is working on, so she tells Phaedra to speak first. Phaedra says she was in a place of being angry and hurt at what had transpired, because before the issues they had been working on a friendship. She says hurt people do things to hurt others sometimes, and she can’t change the past, she can only move forward.

Meanwhile, in the suite, Porsha and Kandi imitate Kenya and Phaedra respectively. Kandi’s Phaedra impression is perfect.

Kenya tells Phaedra that the biggest blow of all, after Phaedra blowing her off repeatedly, was Kenya calling her a whore. She starts crying, saying Phaedra didn’t even treat her like a human being and that she was left with no choice than to believe that Phaedra was just trying to destroy her.

Phaedra says when it got bad it got real bad, and she is sorry if Kenya felt she was trying to destroy her because she wasn’t. Kenya says she just needs to know that Phaedra knows what she has been saying about her husband is true. She says she never crossed a line with her husband or tried to. Phaedra says as a wife she had to go with her husband. She says Kenya has to understand what she is saying because she isn’t going through what she is.

Phaedra says she will never call Kenya a whore again, but Kenya says that until Phaedra acknowledges the truth of her words, Phaedra is basically still calling her a whore. Kenya decides to accept Phaedra’s apology. Phaedra invites Kenya to church on Sunday, and then the two pray together.

The next day at a restaurant, Claudia asks if anyone has spoken to NeNe. Porsha says she told her how well the trip was going and NeNe said she was glad. She says she thinks NeNe would have fit in had she come on the trip, and everyone laughs.