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Bravo has one successful reality show about socialite women in Atlanta, so what's next on its docket? A second reality show about socialite women in Atlanta, of course. The difference with this show is that all of the women featured are either doctors themselves or the wives of doctors. Cameras follow the ladies as they try to juggle their careers with family lives and their social calendars. The cast of Georgia peaches includes busy mom Toya, feisty Quad, and a couple of OB-GYNs, Jacqueline and Simone.

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After a turbulent yacht expedition, Heavenly puts all her energy into leading couples therapy; Jackie breaks down emotionally and allows herself to be vulnerable with Curtis; Mariah shares a shocking revelation about her marriage.
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Heavenly takes Damon on an emotional journey; an eye-opening group sex therapy session forces Jackie to come face to face with the state of her marriage; Eugene gets a major health scare during a medical mission to help island locals.
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Mariah must decide if she wants to accept an offer from Heavenly; Curtis ambushes Jackie on her way to Barbados, with his arrival sending shock waves through the group; Quad and Greg's problems reach a boiling point.
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Jackie meets Curtis for the first time in public; Contessa has difficulty maintaining a good work-life balance; a new financial shock hits Toya and Eugene; Greg is not around to support Quad after she lands a spot on local television.
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Contessa struggles after Ms. ReneƩ's sudden departure; Jackie and Curtis go on a second date; Heavenly takes Alaura to see a vocal coach; Simone is blindsided by Cecil's investment in a business venture; Toya tries to seduce Eugene.
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Jackie comes face to face with Curtis; Simone sees a patient with a unique case; in an effort to make up for Ms. Renee's behavior at Mariah's party, Contessa hosts a 1990s pool party; Simone and Heavenly battle with Mariah.
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Quad faces hard choices about the future of her marriage; Toya's mother comes to town and gives her daughter perspective on maintaining a happy marriage; Simone leans on her sister for emotional support; Jackie turns to Cecil for advice about Curtis.
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On their last day in New Orleans, the women try to salvage the experience in spite of Mariah's return; Simone plans a surprise, but it hits a snag when Heavenly smells a devil; the women hold a forgiveness ceremony; Quad faces a tough homecoming.
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The women continue their trip in the Big Easy, where they go on a swamp tour; in Atlanta, the men enjoy some guy time and cigars; Dr. Gregory and Quad seek marriage advice from their friends; Toya shocks the group with a surprise guest.
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To mend their ailing relationship, Quad plans a night of romance, but Dr. G. kills the vibe when he says the wrong thing; Simone confronts Cecil about being a two-faced politician; Jackie faces public scrutiny; Simon plans a getaway to New Orleans.
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Needing distraction from scandal, Jackie throws a FITNI field day event; Heavenly and Toya disrupt the festivities; Simone and Cecil seek out professional help as their rocky marriage starts to take its toll on their children.
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Jackie tries to process Curtis' infidelity, then an article exposes even more details about the affair; Quad focuses on launching a new career; Toya throws a "cook off" for her birthday, during which Heavenly can't control her temper.
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The news of Curtis' infidelity sends shock waves through the group; Eugene takes on extra shifts to pay back the IRS; Quad celebrates the grand opening of Dr. G's new practice; Heavenly plans a special night for Jackie and the others.

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