The baby-naming ceremony: Attention everyone: Katie is Jewish, and not a "bagel and cream cheese Jew," as she says. A rabbi comes over to Katie's house to plan her daughters' baby-naming ceremony. For those who aren't familiar with this custom, it's when Jewish kids are given their Hebrew name. (Mine is Ruth in case you were wondering.) Katie talks about being biracial and how there aren't many people who are black and Jewish. She says the only ones she knows of are Sammy Davis Jr. and Lenny Kravitz. Um, what about Drake? Clearly Katie hasn't seen Drake's opening monologue from when he hosted "Saturday Night Live." Fast-forward to the baby-naming ceremony. There is a beautiful deli platter spread. I wonder if it's from Potomac Village Deli, which has catered many of the Evans' social gatherings, including my graduation party. Gizelle shows up late. She didn't know that Jewish events start on time and thought they were "running like back people and had a courtesy of being 45 minutes late." One of the daughters' Hebrew names is Nava, which was the name of my Jewish youth group chapter. After the ceremony, Katie, Robyn, Gizelle and Katie's friends have a discussion about being women of color and Katie and Robyn discusses what it is like being biracial. Katie talks about what it's like to be half black and Jewish. When the housewives aren't discussing the etiquette rulebook, I like the deep conversations they have. Racial identification is an important topic and I appreciate an honest conversation about it.