When Joe Gorga gives his wife Melissa Gorga a tour of the new building he bought, she's all spooked by how abandoned and creepy it is. So she does the naturally sane thing: Pretends to be the star of a B-horror movie. "Do you hear that?" she whispers. "They're coming after us!" she shrieks before jumping behind a pole. Joe's like, "Are you drunk?"
4. Introducing Heather
Now that Rosie is officially out as a sassy gay woman to her niece and nephew and America, Kathy Wakile is all about encouraging her sister to let loose. Her plan? She introduces Rosie to an incredibly hot woman named Heather, who spends the evening flirting with her and straddling her in a hot tub in a two-sizes-too-small bikini. Heather is exactly Rosie's type ... well, except that she's not a lesbian. Oh, and she's married. To a gorgeous 6-foot-9 athlete. Yeah, that's just kinda mean, isn't it?
3. Teresa Giudice: "I don't Need Therapy!"
Following Rich Wakile's suggestion to seek siblings' counseling with his sister Teresa Giudice, Joe Gorga sends her a text telling her he's game to hit therapy. By the end of the episode, Teresa still had not responded. First off, she claims she doesn't need any therapy because she has zero problems and she's perfect. Kim D. agrees that Teresa is the most put-together person she's ever met. (Who the hell is Kim D. hanging out with!?) Later, after she shares with Jacqueline Laurita that Joe wants them to go see a physical therapist together (oh, Teresa), she explains that her family is old-school Italian — they don't believe in therapy! Well, it certainly shows.
2. Gay-dar: Fact or Fiction?
When Rosie comes out to her niece and nephew (which was totally sweet and touching), she concludes by encouraging the youngsters to ask her any questions they might have for her. Yes! Finally, Joseph has a chance to get to the bottom of this great mystery: Do homosexuals have gay-dar? Pay attention, people ... this is important stuff!
1. So Guys Really Do This?
At the rehearsal dinner for Caroline Manzo's gay brother's wedding, everyone's a little nervous about Joe Giudice blurting out something offensive. As it turns out, they have nothing to worry about. There's nothing inappropriate about a man sharing a story about how him and his buddy were hanging out and decided to compare penis sizes, right? Oh wait ... that anecdote isn't really suitable for any situation.