Kroy Biermann begins his search for a new NFL contract on episode 2 of Don't Be Tardy — and wife Kim Zolciak-Biermann is right by his side.
"Where Kroy goes, I go," she tells his longtime agent, Buddy.
The only problem is Kim refuses to live in Wisconsin or Buffalo, asking in disgust, "Buffalo? What am I going to do there?"
Later, the reality star stresses about her closet space and the thought of sharing a bathroom with Tracey as Kroy, pushing his own concerns aside, tries to comfort her: "Just buy new sh*t. That's what you do anyway."
Though he was a free agent when the episode was filmed, Kroy, 31, has since been signed and abruptly cut from the Buffalo Bills after only two weeks on the team. Previously, he played for the Atlanta Falcons from 2008 to 2015.
Meanwhile, Kim's daughter and "assistant" Brielle is also anxious about a possible move and what that means for her, confessing: "I am not going to Wisconsin!"
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The 19-year-old later suggests she can stay in Atlanta and "hold the fort down," an idea Kim is quick to dismiss.
"If we left Brielle to take care of the house there wouldn't be a house," she quipped of her daughter.
To make matters worse, Brielle hasn't been living up to her new assistant role, spending too much time Snapchatting it up with chef Tracey Bloom. But she does try to bond with her sister Ariana, 14, who is also reluctant about the move.
"I have my three friends. I don't want to go. What if they don't have Chik-fil-A?" Ariana asks.
Brielle tells her to think of the whole new life she could create, suggesting, "Here you could be a goodie-two-shoes and there you can be whore!"
"Uh no thanks, I'm good," Ariana scowls in response.
Don't Be Tardy airs at 10pm on Bravo.
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