Credit: Andrei Jackamets/Bravo Photo: Kim D. Confronts Teresa Giudice at the Posche Fashion Show

We know what you're thinking: How can we possibly pick only five WTF moments for any given Housewives episode? Admittedly, this is one challenging task, but we’ve managed to narrow it down.

Read on for our WTF picks for The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 4, Episode 19, "The Bald Canary Sings."

5. Italian Lessons

We appreciate that Teresa Giudice wants her daughters to learn Italian. But, maybe she can afford to hire a real teacher who knows the proper language. Dropping the "A"s off the names of cold cuts does not make a dialect.

4. Like, OMG, gas!

During one of Jacqueline Laurita's Skype sessions with Ashlee, her daughter gleefully tells her about how huge her gas bill was since she didn't realize her stove was on. Turns out you need to turn the knobby thing all the way off or gas escapes even though there isn't a flame there. Like, how hilarious is that?

3. Kim "D." Returns 

When Teresa finds out that her sister-in-law, Melissa Gorga, used to be a stripper, she makes it clear that she wants the subject dropped. Instead of respecting her friend's request, Kim "D." continues to pry Angelo, the salon manager, for more details. Now would be the right time to start flipping tables, Teresa.

2. Jacqueline's Creepy Rocking-Horse Moment

Ever since they made up in Napa Valley, Jacqueline is still convinced that Teresa is secretly mad at her. But when they all get together for a playdate with the kids, Jacqueline is the one that's off in a corner sulking and refusing to come hang out with Teresa and Melissa. Is it just us or is Jacqueline creating drama that isn't there?

1. Happy Endings

Why Kathy Wakile would bring her husband to a business meeting is beyond us. First, he totally disses Kathy's skills when he points out that the only reason her desserts went was because they were free. Then he makes a joke about happy endings. At least he didn't make his comment about Kathy tasting like fish to the Bindi guys — he saved that one for the rest of America.