The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 6 Episode 20 saw tension levels still elevated from that relaxing Mexican "vacation" we were lucky enough to witness.
You're going to want to watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online if you haven't been, because the feuds, snark, bitterness and stress are off the chain.
It's not going to simmer down soon, either. Not by a long shot.
Reports from the reunion show taping indicate that Porsha Stewart beat up Kenya Moore in one of the more epic brawls Bravo has ever produced.
We'll have to wait a few weeks to see that epic melee play out.
Turning our attention back to Sunday night, The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 6 Episode 20 centered largely on Porsha Stewart and Kandi Burruss.
A virtual unknown, Porsha will be starring in her new musical, and already isn't taking the project seriously from what we can observe on television.
Might this end up derailing both of their careers simultaneously?
Kandi seems at least aware of this possibility, as she openly speaks of past regrets working with friends who ended up screwing her over.
Learning from this mistake and not repeating it is another story.
Porsha is in full-on diva mode, sending back her unsigned contract with demands, no-showing rehearsal and so on (while clubbing no less).
Kordell's beard would have been canned a long time ago had it not been for her friend calling the shots. Kandi clearly knows Porsha isn't reliable.
Also, only Porsha has an understudy, which is just funny. Kandi needs to cut the cord now before things get even more messy between her and Porsha.
On the flip side, Kandi's team is not what you'd call professional.
Kandi's manager DuJuan RIPS into Porsha, who does deserve a good ripping, but at the same time comes off as the sympathetic figure as a result.
Making jokes at a cast member's expense is just bad form.
This is how things escalate (and why we watch, of course), because instead of airing grievances with another, the back talk is already out of control.
Look for stress levels to rise further next week and beyond.