VH1’s Weekly Wrap-Up: T.I., Tiny, and The Kids Vacation In Puerto Rico

From lighthearted fun moments on T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle and Basketball Wives to the intensity of Black Ink Crew and Miami Monkey, VH1 served up an entertaining week of television. On the season finale of T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle, The Harrises enjoyed some fun in the sun as they snorkeled in Puerto Rico while on Basketball Wives, Evelyn debuted her clothing line in London.

On Black Ink Crew, Ceaser’sMommy” called Dutchess out on her behavior towards Sassy and told her to grow up (WOW!) while on Miami Monkey, the friendships between the New York girls really unraveled when Marissa and Ryan were at each other’s throats as they tried to figure out who was to blame. Check out our favorite moments from the past week.

T.I. & Tiny: The Family Hustle: The Harrises Go Snorkeling

One of the things we love most about the Harris family is that they are always doing activities as a family. Whether it’s supporting T.I. on tour or working out together, everyone is always involved. In the season finale, T.I., Tiny, and the kids head to Puerto Rico for some fun in the sun before the Summer ends. While there, T.I. takes the whole family on a yacht so that they can enjoy the beautiful ocean and go snorkeling. It’s always great to see the Harrises having fun together and bonding as a family.

Basketball Wives: Evelyn Debuts Her Fashion Line In London

After the extremely emotional turmoil Evelyn had been experiencing since her break up with Chad, it was awesome to see Evelyn bounce back and achieve her dreams. While in London, Tami, Suzie, Tasha, and Shaunie come to support Evelyn as she debuted her fashion line. Seeing all of her hard work and designs come to life was such a happy moment for Evelyn (and we were proud of her too!). In addition to revealing her clothing line, Evelyn announced her new charitable organization, Pain Is Not Love. It was great to see Evelyn turn her hardships into a success story.

Black Ink Crew: Ceaser’s “Mommy” Tells Dutchess To Grow Up

It’s clear to see that ever since Dutchess and Ceaser began dating, things have been different at Black Ink. The atmosphere of the shop is not the same and the employees have changed as well (goodbye Alex, Puma, and Sassy). When Ceaser’s mentor, Mommy, stops by the shop and learns about all the changes that have taken place (mainly what occurred between Ceaser and Puma), she becomes extremely upset and is not happy with Ceaser. On top of all that, Dutchess continues to rant about Sassy but Mommy stops her dead in her tracks when she tells Dutchess to grow up. We must admit, after all the yelling and screaming Dutchess has been doing lately, it was awesome to see someone put her in her place. Mommy – 1, Dutchess – 0.

Tough Love: Co-Ed: Stu’s Ex Refuses To See Him

At Tough Love boot camp, the week where the exes return is always filled with twists and turns. From exes rekindling their romances to swearing off their partner for good, you never know what to expect. This week, for the first time in Tough Love history, an ex came all the way to the house only to refuse to see the person they know at boot camp. When Stu’s ex, Roxy , comes to the house, she tells Steve that she has no desire to see Stu because she has closed that chapter in her life. Meanwhile, Christopher makes the mistake of ignoring his date, Amanda, when his college crush, Jessie, comes to visit.

Miami Monkey: Ryan Tells Marissa To “Act Like A Lady”

This main focus of this episode was getting to the truth of who said what among the New York girls. Through constant “he said, she said” and yelling, Marissa tries to find out what Cristina said to Morgan while Raquel, Roxanne, and Ryan blame Morgan for instigating drama. In the midst of all the fighting, Ryan tells Marissa to “act like a lady” which throws Marissa over the edge, frustrates her even more, and causes her to really lose her temper. With their over the top personalities and no-nonsense New York attitude, it was only a matter of time before these women started clashing heads. After all of these fights and arguments, we are still left to wonder who really is at fault for causing the cracks within the New York girls’ friendship.

Would you wear Evelyn’s clothing line? Do you agree with Ceaser’s “Mommy”? Who is to blame for the drama between the New York girls at Miami Monkey?

What Was Your Favorite VH1 Moment This Week?