If it weren't bad enough that we had to hear that Kathy Wakile is a screamer who can't get enough action from Richie, we then had to see him prance around the RV swinging his half-mast penis around. We appreciate Bravo's effort to blur out the exact definition of his member, but we were still pretty traumatized ... though we're sure not even half as traumatized as Greg was, when he had the pleasure of waking up to Richie kneeling on his bed, sensually stroking his thigh. Seriously, Greg, what kind of person are you to willingly hang out with these people?
4. Time Zones?
In the middle of their 23-hour journey to California, Melissa Gorga calculates that their next flight is only three hours. Oh, wait, no, it's six hours. Or is it one hour? Damn those time zones and all that complicated math that comes with them!
3. Hurricanes? Of course, Teresa Giudice would never miss an opportunity to top her sister-in-law, even if the contest in question is who can appear to be more clueless. Nevermind that Teresa thought she was going to be participating in some Native American rituals since they were in the West (does she not realize Hollywood is in California, too?), even more concerning, Teresa was not quite sure what people meant by a hurricane. Rainy and windy, she concluded ... but she didn't know!
2. Don't Have a Cow! Despite all the drama and fighting, once in awhile this family has one of those moments when all is well with the world, where they are truly bonding, howling with laughter together. So what if that moment includes watching a video of cow sex on YouTube? At least they are getting along.
1. The Camping Store
Right before they climb aboard the RVs and set off into the sunset, the gang does a little pre-camping shopping. Among their purchases? A disco ball. Decorative flowers. Stuffed animals. Approximately 25 grills. In short, these fools spend over $4,000 apiece in the outdoor-gear store. Maybe if they were truly roughing it in tents, we might begin to understand this ridiculousness. But when you're "roughing it" in luxury RVs nicer than most of our apartments? Yeah, no.