It's time for our weekly dose of insanity — here's what went down on Season 4, Episode 6 of The Real Housewives of New Jersey. Let's do this!
Everything's Coming Out Rosie
Apparently, Teresa Giudice's daughter, Gia, is still cranky. She pretty much bites off Milania's head for suggesting that she has a boyfriend. Still, she cheers up a little when Teresa promises her that things will be cool between her at Zio Joey.
Over at Kathy Wakile's house, her kids are taking turns slapping each other in the face when their aunt Rosie shows up. We learn that her and Kathy weren't always super close, but the two bonded more and more as they got older, especially after Rosie confided to her sister that she's gay.
Kathy's kids, however, are still in the dark about Rosie's sexuality, so she decides to tell them personally and privately. You know, in a pizza joint. On television. In all seriousness, though, it was a pretty touching moment between her and the kids, who were, of course, super cool and supportive. And, Joseph finally got to ask a question that's clearly been nagging at him for years: Do homosexuals have gay-dar?
Later, the Wakiles host a party at their shore-house rental and invite the Gorgas and a knockout bombshell named Heather for Rosie to drool over all night. It's almost like they are trying to set her up, even though Heather is with her gorgeous former NBA-player husband. Regardless, everyone ends up in the hot tub and Heather gives Rosie a lap dance. We're pretty sure a stripper-ish tease show from a straight, married woman isn't exactly what Rosie hand in mind when she said she's looking for the real thing ... but, hey, at least it was free.
Siblings and Shrinks
Across town, Melissa Gorga is getting a tour of her husband's latest acquirement: An abandoned building filled with shattered glass that he plans on turning into a luxury apartment. Melissa finds the warehouse mad creepy and pretends to be the star of a B-horror movie, gasping with fear and hiding behind columns. Joe Gorga wonders if she's been drinking, asking what the F she's doing.
Moving on, Joe shares how upset he is about what went down with Gia since he thinks it's due to the fact that him and Teresa are fighting. As a result, he's down with therapy after all. He proposes the idea to Teresa — via text, of course — but she's hesitant. After all, they're old-school Italian, so they don't believe in therapy, she explains. Um, hello, what about Tony Soprano?
Jacqueline Laurita thinks Teresa is fooling herself when she insists that she doesn't have a problem with her brother and that she doesn't need therapy. Ding, ding, ding — we have a winner.
Here Come the Grooms
Elsewhere, Caroline Manzo and her daughter, Lauren, are packing for her brother's gay wedding in Chicago, which has a strict dress code of pastels and ridiculous hats. Caroline's moved to tears when Jaime asks her to do a reading on their big day.
Also invited are Jacqueline and Teresa, whose husband plans on going with an open suit jacket sans shirt to rile up all the gay guys. Sorry to break it to you, Joe, but these men are merely homosexual — not blind and desperate. Not attending, is Dina Manzo, who supposedly has to work. According to Caroline, it's all Teresa's fault though.
The gang is in Chicago all of five minutes before Joe Giudice is telling inappropriate stories about him and his buddy comparing penis sizes like a couple of gays. And who can forget about his inappropriate exchange with Greg Bennett?
Stay tuned for the nuptials coming in next week's episode. We have a feeling this will be a wedding to remember ... unfortunately, for all the wrong reasons.