Season 8 of The Real Housewives of Potomac is set to premiere on Bravo on Sunday, Nov. 5 at 8 p.m.

The season picks up with Robyn Dixon addressing Juan’s indiscretions with other women and the ramifications she faces with some of her co-stars about her decision not to shed light on his previous interactions with other women last season.

Her BFF, Gizelle Bryant, is dating a younger man, while Mia Thornton and Ashley Darby face ongoing marital strife. Wendy Osefo is busy trying to expand her empire, Karen Huger is doing the same and holding Robyn to the fire, Candiace Dillard Bassett’s music career is front and center, and a newcomer, Nneka Ihim, stirs up some drama.

Check out the feisty taglines for the season below:

Gizelle Bryant is mother of the year

Gizelle’s taking a break from being the “word on the street.” Her new tagline references her three daughters Angel, Grace, and Adore, saying, “I’m no angel, but give me some grace, and you’ll learn to adore me.”

Ashley Darby isn't using her husband's bank account

With speculation that she married her older husband for his money and is now hanging on by a thread, Ashley notes: “You don’t have to dig for gold when you shine this bright.”

Juan Dixon is here

Robyn wants everybody to know she’s sticking beside Juan despite his alleged philandering ways, saying: “I just took a DNA test, and it turns out, I 100 percent don’t care.”

Candiace Dillard Bassett proves she has talent

Candiace, never shy to let her voice be heard, sings part of her tagline, saying: “When they go low, I just hit a high note.”

Johns Hopkins University still has Dr. Osefo

Dr. Wendy Osefo reminds everyone that class remains in session, saying, “If you’re going to test this professor, be trained to fail.”

Another proud Nigerian has entered the chat, Nneka Ihim

Newcomer Nneka Ihim introduces herself by saying, “Nigeria raised me, LA made me, and Potomac will remember me.”

Mia Thornton's drama

Mia references her financial struggles and her move amid her and her now-estranged husband Gordon having to downsize, saying: “It doesn’t matter the size of our home, I’m always the queen of this castle.”

Karen Huger remains the Queen Bee

The opener ends with the Grand Dame, Karen, letting everyone know: “I don’t ride the fence honey, I am the fence, you ride me.”