Kendra on Top Season 4 Episode 2 Recap: Trolling Hank Like It's Her Job!

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Picking up where last week's dramatic premiere left off, Kendra on Top Season 4 Episode 2 delved deeper into the title character's issues.

Yes, we said title character, because we're convinced Kendra Wilkinson is playing a caricature of herself half the time on this WE tv show.

Kendra on Top Season 4 Episode 2 began right as Hank Baskett hung up on K-Dubs following those staged kissing photos in the UK.

But she wasn't done staging opportunities to humiliate him yet.

If you watch Kendra on Top online, this week's lucky guest star is Jake Quickenden, her I'm a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here co-star.

On that show, he infamously gave her a hot tub back rub.

"The hot tub thing happened like two weeks in when I was so f--king horny," Kendra says of her chemistry with the British singer.

Reunited with him in London, the flirting commences.

Wilkinson even claims she is "in the dating stage of my life again," which the married mother of two would obviously never say.

Or would she? Down is up, up is down at this point.

Back in California, Hank gets a babysitter so he can meet up with his friend Travelle, where he vents about the current situation in the UK.

Baskett makes it clear he is ready to move on, but feels Kendra (or the producers) push his buttons "as some kind of punishment."

Pretty much man.

Travelle points out, as any good friend would, that Hank can thank his antics with Ava London for putting his family in jeopardy like this.

While it's still not clear if Hank came in his pants or was just fondled above the shorts or whatever, he will admit Travelle is right on.

Still, does that give Kendra the right to issue payback like she is? And does he have the right to be upset? These are hard questions.

After a flurry of press appearances, Kendra reunites with her father Eric, following the surgery she was so deeply concerned about.

Eric pulled through, and urges Kendra to pull through in her life, too. "The longer you let stuff go," he tells her, "the harder it is to mend."

Wise words.

Ones she will not heed for the moment. "I want Hank to know how it feels," she says in a quote from next week's preview. Sigh.

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