We have finally reached the end of the season 3 Real Housewives of New Jersey saga. After watching this, I felt the urge to throw back a few Fabullinis and take a relaxing bath, thinking, “Thank God it’s over.” Yet, with all the new revelations on the reunion, I just can’t wait for season 4! More
Topic: Real Housewives of New Jersey recap
After the most cringe-worthy season of Real Housewives of New Jersey yet, we have reached the reunion. The problem here is that when the reunion was filmed a few weeks ago, the ladies were in the midst of shooting season four. The reunion was shot shortly after the fiasco at the Posche fashion show, where, reportedly, Bravo and Teresa arranged for Melissa’s old boss to show up at the fashion show. Trouble is, he was her boss when she worked at a strip club, Lookers Gentleman’s Club (snort) as a bartender, not a dancer. More
You wanna mess with Mama Manzo? Big mistake. Huge. More
Well, well, well. There was certainly something missing to this episode. I’m talking about the Dominican Republic brawl, which I aptly coined the “Prostitution Puta!” fight. I guess Bravo couldn’t legally show the fight, which involved Albie and Chris Manzo, as well as their roommate, Greg Bennett, getting detained for a few days in the DR (and, we now know, right before their big BLK water launch party!). Smooth.
A few things dawned on us in this episode; mainly, when Richie says that Teresa must have been droppped on her head one too many times as a baby. So that explains the forehead! Check out my favorite scenes from the Dominican Republic and Melissa‘s singing debut! More
Here we have it. Part I of the much-anticipated Dominican Republic trip. Naturally, after the angry, threatening texts between Joe Giudice and Joe Gorga, the families thought it best that they all go on vacation together. Surprisingly, things do not go so well. More
On this episode, we saw all the Housewives get their fitness on and learned that sausage and wine makes as good a post-workout snack as anything. The Gorgas visited the Manzo boys in their new apartment and got a taste of Hoboken life, which ended with Joe on Greg‘s shoulders. We saw Milania get ready for her birthday party, throwing the obligatory temper tantrum. As usual, the Giudice/Gorga conflict took center stage, revealing itself in a heartbreaking way through Gia’s song. Check out my favorite scenes from this week’s episode. More
Talk about a jam-packed episode! From the Manzo boys starting their business of selling black water, to Rich’s wild birthday party, to Joe Giudice drunkenly flying through the air, the Real Housewives of New Jersey do not disappoint. Check out my favorite scenes from this week’s episode. More
Back in Jersey, Ashley is still fighting with her parents. Things come to a blow back at the Laurita home, where Ashley proclaims her plans to move to California. But we’ll talk about that later. Meanwhile, Kathy throws a “Goddess” party to showcase her delicious Middle Eastern food, and Teresa is, shockingly, late. Check out my favorite scenes from this week’s episode. More
We thought we would give you a break from Danielle Staub’s viewpoint (which is, of course, always fair, balanced, and non-judgmental) and give you a mega-fan’s take on things. Interestingly, the majority of the drama and the focus on this episode was the Laurita/Manzo clan, and not on the Gorga/Giudice family. More
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While it’s early August for the rest of us, it’s New Year’s Eve for the Real Housewives of New Jersey! Leading up to that night, the ladies try to work on their relationships. Jacqueline asks for her father’s advice in helping Ashley to grow up, which proves to be an arduous task. Teresa and her adorable daughters head to Melissa‘s for a play date, and while the kids run around, the grown-ups have a less-than-pleasant time. When it comes time for the annual New Year’s Eve party at the Brownstone, Caroline feels obligated to invite the Wakiles. Check out Danielle Staub‘s expert analysis on this week’s episode! More
It’s still Christmas in Jersey! The ladies celebrate the same old-fashioned way we all do: with family, food, presents… plus miniature Mercedes for the single-digit-aged set, basement recording studios, Rolex watches on the tree, and a healthy heaping of guilt from Teresa! More
On this week’s episode of Real Housewives of New Jersey, we were treated to the aftermath of what happened in the previous week’s episode. Last week, we saw pot-stirrer Kim G arrive at the Gorgas’ holiday party with Monica Chacon, a lawyer involved in suing the Giudices. When Teresa displayed her discomfort over Monica’s presence at the party, Joe and Melissa asked her to leave. This week, however, we saw a family that is “as thick as thieves” order another party guest out. Check out Danielle Staub’s favorite scenes from this week. More
On episode nine of Real Housewives of New Jersey season three, it’s Christmas time in Jersey! The ladies prepare to celebrate the good old-fashioned way, with professional tree/house decorators and a humongous party with a step-and-repeat and real live carolers. It’s also Ashley‘s birthday, and we watch her grapple with the fact that her biological father wasn’t able to come up to celebrate. Things come to a head at Melissa and Joe‘s Christmas party, when Kim G shows up with a Giudice nemesis, Monica Chacon, who is the lawyer suing Joe Giudice. See what Danielle Staub had to say about this week’s episode. More
This is the first episode of this season’s Real Housewives of New Jersey where we saw more of the Manzo/Laurita clan than the Giudice/Gorga/(somewhat) Wakile side. We were reminded how much we love the Manzo boys, and that Lauren also exists (just kidding, we love her, too). We also remembered why we dislike Ashley. There was some other stuff about Melissa and Kathy’s careers, too. More