On The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 7 Episode 19, one of the wives bailed on the latest group trip, and a drama-filled dinner ensued in the Philippines.
Who's out, and for what reason? And what tension went down in the island chain?
Not even leaving the ultimate baggage behind - NeNe - could make for a totally drama-free trip on The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 7 Episode 19.
NeNe Leakes stayed behind to meet with the creative director of Cinderella, who was less than impressed by her reading for a part in the new movie.
"I want to bring it," Leakes said after her idea for "two accents" didn't go over well.
"You better bring it," her would-be boss said. "Your name is on the marquee."
Down in the Philippines, the other ladies attended in detox spa in the jungle.
It was actually more or less successful, even if yoga was not a huge success for Kandi Burruss, who said at the onset, "it doesn't look easy to me, and it's not."
Still, no one would have guessed what would happen in the middle of class.
"Okay, Kandi fell asleep in the middle of yoga class," Kenya Moore said, and it was true all right. Kandi asked if anyone else had heard her snoring.
Phaedra Parks considered a coffee enema, telling the cameras "I don't drink coffee, but I'm sure my butt wouldn't mind a sip." Even crazier than that?
Burying the hatchet with Claudia Jordan, the cast's latest firebrand.
If you watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta online, you know Jordan has gone at it with Parks and Leakes, and does not mince words or hold back.
Over lunch with Phaedra, Claudia tried to make amends and confessed that she knows a little about what her co-star is going through with Apollo Nida.
"I went through a messy divorce and annulment myself," Jordan said.
"I went through a major depression" as a result, she admitted, and "I had suicidal thoughts ... as black women, we try to pretend everything's okay."
That heartfelt sentiment and outreach struck a chord with Phaedra.
"I appreciate Claudia's willingness to support me through whatever turmoil I'm experiencing," Parks said. "It's the simple things that mean so much."
Will she have as much luck, and similarly uplifting results, when she sits down with longtime nemesis Kenya, as teased in promos for next week's episode?
Here's hoping ... but we're not holding our breath.