EXCLUSIVE: Monique Samuels Kicks 'Real Housewives of Potomac' Co-Star Gizelle Bryant Out of Her House — Watch
Apparently The Real Housewives of Potomac didn’t get the memo from the other Housewives cities: never have a game night!
ET has the exclusive sneak peek at Sunday night’s all-new episode of the Bravo hit, which finds the cast gathered at Monique Samuels’ home to play a game of spades. But before they can even shuffle the deck, Gizelle Bryant ruffles some feathers.
Gizelle tries to play nice with her new nemesis, Monique, but as soon as Monique steps away, Gizelle can’t help herself and begins to vent to Ashley Darby.
“I didn’t want to have any of this conversation in front of Ms. I-Can’t-Stop-Talking,” Gizelle starts, but she doesn’t realize that Monique’s friend is still in the room. Naturally, Monique’s pal runs outside to grab Monique and let her know what’s going down in her kitchen.
“I can’t stop talkin’, right?” Monique asks as she storms into the room. “This is my house. I can stand wherever I want to stand. I can talk as much as I want. Don’t be disrespectful in my home.”
“You’re being a little aggressive and it’s not a good look,” Gizelle fires back.
“The only thing that keeps my mind sane is the fact that my pastor is on the way,” Monique shares in a confessional. “I’m trying to keep my Jesus, ‘cause you one step away from getting your face punched in!”
Gizelle attempts to get Ashley to come to her defense, but Ashley instead tries to loop in Karen Huger, who wants nothing to do with the drama.
“If you felt offended, I apologize,” Gizelle offers. “But I was just wanting to finish talking to Ashley.”
“Whatever your issue is with me, you can just put it out there,” Monique says.
“I don’t have an issue, Monique!” Gizelle responds.
“You don’t act like you wanna be here anyway,” Monique cracks. “So, just leave!”
We’ll have to wait until Sunday night to see if Gizelle takes Monique’s suggestion when The Real Housewives of Potomac airs on Bravo, at 9 p.m. ET. While you wait, check out ET’s chat with the ladies of Potomac below.