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Now that Kim Zolciak and Kroy Biermann's million-dollar wedding is over -- and what a bash it was -- it's time for a change. So "Don't Be Tardy for the Wedding" has dropped the last half of its title. But that isn't the only one in store for the TV personality and the pro football player. Their family grows and their careers keep them in the spotlight, so things aren't always easy for Kim and Kroy. They're able to make it work, though, with help from their friends and staff.

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Kim is excited to spend Christmas with Kroy, but the two have different ideas and traditions for the holiday.
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Brielle brings home a bad report card, so Kim and Kroy un-ground her to lift her spirits; Kim spies on her daughter's first date.
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Kim and Kroy want to begin planning for another baby; Kim continues to deal with her mother.
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A betrayal comes from an unexpected source just days before Thanksgiving.
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Kroy starts the process of adopting Brielle and Ariana; Kim wants to buy Brielle a car, but Kroy disagrees, and Kim realizes that giving her daughters a father comes with a price.
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Kim and Kroy visit a psychic, who predicts the Falcons will go to the Super Bowl; Kim decides to learn about football; Kim invites Brielle and her friend to one of Kroy's games.
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Kim throws Kroy a surprise party before he heads off to training camp, where he will play football for the first time since being benched because of a torn Achilles.
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In Miami, Kroy joins Kim for her mommy makeover; Kim rides an emotional roller coaster before and after surgery; Ariana and Brielle hold down the fort back home in Atlanta.
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Kim and Kroy fly to Miami for a consultation regarding post-baby plastic surgery; boy-crazy Ariana craves independence.
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During a family camping trip, a game of Truth or Dare forces Kim and Kroy to face questions about their relationships.
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Kim faces her fear of camping; Shun styles Kim; Kroy prepares a camping survival guide.
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Lana learns how to snag a man; a makeover from Sweetie and Kim; happy hour coaching from the pros; Kim throws a baby shower for Jen.
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Brielle wants to try out for her high school cheerleading squad, and Kroy has a plan to keep her motivated; a pregnant friend calls Kim for advice.
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Uninvited guests disrupt the Biermann's vacation; Kim and Kroy go on a date; Brielle tests her freedom.
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The Biermanns go to Destin, Fla., for a vacation; Kim and Kroy argue over buying luggage for the twins; Brielle has plans to party with friends.
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Kim seeks a permanent birth control method; Lana struggles to care for Kim and Kroy.
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Kim struggles to care for her family and manage her nanny and assistant; one of the children has an accident and breaks his leg.
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The Biermanns welcome twins, Kaia and Kane, to the family; Kim and Kroy try to manage the chaos in their home.
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The girls' adoption is ready to be finalized; the family looks forward to settling into the new house.
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Biermann family members watch their security camera footage, which inspires both laughter and altercations.
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Paparazzi arrive in helicopters; Kim's mom makes demands; Kim and Kroy begin their married life.

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