Lifetime figured out their own twist on the popular "Real Housewives" formula -- emphasize the moms. "Pretty Wicked Moms" follows a group of Atlanta girlfriends who also happen to be mothers -- though one is mom to a dog -- and super-competitive. Most importantly, they're all a little "wicked," which is a nice way of putting it.
Emily, who's referred to as "The Queen Bee," is the biggest one-upper of the group. There was one thing, though, that none of the other ladies had any interest in one-upping Emily on. Her nearly two-year-old daughter sleeps in her parents' bed. But this wasn't the issue.
"You’ll have sex with Amzie in the bed?” castmember Miranda asked Emily incredulously.
"She’s asleep," Emily responded.
It was a near unanimous shock at Emily's response. Nicole B said, "The thought of having sex in the bed, with my daughter in the bed, is ... gross.”
HitFix seemed a bit horrified as well, writing, "OK, Lifetime, you win. Somehow you've found women more vile, more petulant, and possibly dumber than most of the women in ‘The Real Housewives’ franchise. Congratulations. I think 'Pretty Wicked Moms' may be a sign of the coming Rapture, or maybe just confirmation that at least some of the mean girls we all remember from high school didn't change or mature in any way.”
Access Atlanta wasn't surprised, asking viewers what they expected with a show name like "Pretty Wicked Moms."
To see more of their shocking behavior, come back and spend more time with the "Pretty Wicked Moms" every Tuesday night at 10 p.m. ET on Lifetime.
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