It’s the second week of “The Real Housewives of Potomac,” and etiquette remains at the top of the agenda. As fans learned during last Sunday’s premiere, bad manners are a major deal breaker for Karen Huger.
Although she grew up on a farm (which Gizelle Bryant has no problem bringing up), Karen explains that her husband Raymond’s Aunt Dot is the inspiration behind her transformation into a Potomac socialite.
Basically, Aunt Dot is the original diva and taught Karen everything she knows. One of the most important etiquette rules: All hot tea should be served piping hot. Otherwise, the beverage gets sent straight back to the kitchen. This is exactly what happens when Dot arrives for a family visit. Not only is her tea not hot enough, but no one brought her any milk. Totally unacceptable!
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Considering things got heated last week between Karen and Gizelle, Karen comments, “I’ve thought about lending [Aunt Dot] out to Gizelle, but it’d be a lost cause.” Ouch! Personally, I’d love to see more of Aunt Dot on the show. Fans on Twitter echoed this sentiment, too.
Learning so much from Aunt Dot!☕️ #RHOP— JLU (@MnJlu) January 25, 2016
Now who do I write a letter to so that Aunt Dot can officially become a recurring ‘RHOP’ cast member? She’s the true queen of Potomac.