While Porsha Williams told RadarOnline.com that Cynthia Bailey and Peter Thomas want to fix their marriage in real time, on the show, that seems far from the truth.
In an explosive new clip for the upcoming episode, Bailey and Thomas had the most intense fight yet about their failing marriage—and it lead to a disastrous confession and Thomas questioning when Bailey stopped loving him.
The argument started when Thomas pointed out that work had gotten in the way of their love.
"You and I know that there is a disconnect between us," Bailey replied. "So we need to figure out what our plan is because we can't keep going like this."
Thomas again thought that their issues were caused by their different careers.
"Our problem is that we made no time for each other," he stated.
Bailey then questioned why this has happened—and Thomas tried to blame her as the trigger for the drama. "Because you don't make the time," he said.
"Ok so I don't make the time," she replied sarcastically. "So I have all this time and I choose not to spend any of it with you."
She then reversed the blame and said that Thomas' decision to open a bar in Charlotte, N.C. drove the wedge between them.
"I feel like I made a lot of sacrifices to be here," Bailey continued. "I uprooted myself from my home in New York City with my child and my nanny and moved here because I met a man named Peter Thomas who I thought was great."
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Bailey agreed it's been a "challenge ever since," as Thomas put it.
"The wedding was a challenge," she said. "The challenges started pretty much when I got here."
Overcome by emotion, Thomas tried to explain to Bailey how he was feeling. "What I'm trying to say is the essence of us got lost," he shouted. "It's not my fault—it's our fault."
The fight boiled over. "I feel like we're exactly where we are now where we were five years ago," Bailey said. "Some things are better. Then, maybe we weren't making no money, but the love life was better. We had a better relationship during that time."
At that point, Thomas got defensive and told his wife that "it's not my fault!"
Bailey freaked out over that statement. "Nobody is saying that it's your fault," she screamed.
Then she dropped the bombshell: "I just know that I am unhappy, and what I equate to being unhappy is well maybe I'm just not in love with him anymore."
Broken down, Thomas asked her a loaded question. "I just want to know, when did you stop loving me?" he cried.
Is this the end of the road for their marriage? To find out how this fight concludes, tune into RHOA Sunday at 9:00 PM ET on Bravo.