The 'RHOA' Season 9 Reunion Will Be Historic For This Fantastic Reason
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Four parts. Four hour-long parts. The Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion will have four parts. Not one, not two, not three. Four. On Thursday, E! News revealed that the RHOA Season 9 reunion will be the first four-part Real Housewives reunion. Will it be the last four-part Real Housewives reunion, or will this set a precedent? Only time will tell. But let the record show that RHOA Season 9 was so great, it was the first to require a four-part reunion.

For four Sundays in a row, we will get to watch Shereé Whitfield, Kenya Moore, Kandi Burruss, Phaedra Parks, Porsha Williams, Cynthia Bailey, and Andy Cohen talk about the highs and lows of Season 9. Yes, please. I love The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills and all, but if Bravo was like, “We’re going to give PantyGate the four-episode reunion it deserves,” I’d take a long, hard look in the mirror and ask myself how I got here. I can only take so much PantyGate, and I’ve just about hit my limit. (Needless to say, I’m relieved the RHOBH Season PantyGate reunion will only be three episodes long. For some reason, that one hour makes all the difference in the world.)  

What I am getting at: RHOA Season 9 has been a masterpiece, and I'm so glad it's getting an additional episode. To anyone who disagrees with me, I have three words for you: “Who said that?” This emotional roller coaster of a season has legitimately has been one of the best Real Housewives seasons ever, and that is, as Williams says in the reunion preview, “truth tea, b*tch.”

The RHOA Season 9 reunion will begin on Sunday, April 16. And after the reunion draws to a close? Oh, you better believe there will be a Secrets Revealed special right on its heels.