After the gang goes apeshit in the camping store, they all pack into their “RVs.” These people’s RVs look like P.Diddy’s tour bus. When I think of an RV, I think of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman cooking meth in the middle of the desert, I don’t think of a huge, nicely furnished bus with every amenity you could ever want. Though none of them know how to drive the freaking things, they eventually make it to their destination without any causalities. No one can believe the conditions that these poor underprivileged people are going to be living in. Listening to these people whine and bitch about “living in a parking lot” makes me want to tear my hair out. Slowly I am beginning to realize that this whole trip maybe (just maybe!) could have been all for the show. Teresa and Melissa go to meet the “neighbors” and while Melissa is super sweet and nice, Teresa sticks her nose up and acts like she is the queen of California.
Because she is bored and has nothing better to do, Teresa decides to instigate a fight between her and Kathy about the recipes in her new book (again). Teresa feels that Kathy did something so horrible and cruel while Kathy is just like, “Dude, chill…” It makes me sad that Teresa is the new Danielle Staub, but it is what it is, I guess. She didn’t have to be the villain of these past two seasons if she didn’t want to be. It seems like all the women (minus Caroline who washed her hands months ago) are ready to give Teresa a 7th chance and pray that she is actually being sincere. That’s the thing with family. You’re always drawn back in one way or another. They’re your family, how can you not be there for them in the end? The biggest bummer of this whole thing is that while Kathy is willing to forgive and forget, Teresa is still talking about this recipe thing and trying to get Melissa on her side. The whole thing is stupid and petty. It’s just another thing for Teresa to talk about and get camera time for. I’m not sure how much longer I can handle Teresa’s BS.
Here’s to a great trip in Napa!