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There’s been a pattern on this season of the Real Housewives of New Jersey so far in that every episode seems to culminate in a mafia-like meeting of the minds in a cleared-out restaurant where two powerhouses scream at each other. This week’s session was no joke. But first, some lessons!
Antonia Gorga can make you cry in under ten seconds, thirty seconds into the episode.
She talked about never getting to meet her grandfather, Melissa Gorga‘s father, but Melissa told her he was watching over her from heaven. Wow. There’s something in my eye.
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Melissa does make some mistakes.
Though it often seems like it’s the Giudices pushing the drama along, Melissa admitted to her husband Joe Gorga that she had provoked Teresa Giudice on Twitter and mocked her publicly.
Don’t mess with your man’s sister.
Joe Gorga did not respond pleasantly to this news. Despite their fighting on television for years, he maintained that Teresa’s still his sister, his blood, and you really shouldn’t Twitter angrily at his family.
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Soccer is not really Milania’s sport.
Posing is. That said, wouldn’t you love to see Milania Giudice in a remake of Ladybugs?
Even when people tell Caroline Manzo to butt out, they still want her help.
Teresa called her to update her after running into her brother at the gym (and then dousing him with her water bottle).
Chris and Albie Manzo are having a hard time finding girls who will accept their work schedules.
Um, this may go without saying, but I would totally understand Albie’s schedule, if he’d be willing to have me. Who wouldn’t be understanding about a man who could bring mozzarella balls home at the end of a long day?
Rosie Pierri hasn’t had sex in 6 years.
I’ll just leave that here.
Jaqueline Laurita is struggling to find hope.
In another hugely emotional scene, Jacqueline broke down after a rough afternoon with her son. As always, her husband Chris appears to be perfect, supportive and inspiring.
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12 Things We Learned from Last Night’s ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’

By Kaitlin Menza
July 1, 2013 – 8:45 am
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There’s been a pattern on this season of the Real Housewives of New Jersey so far in that every episode seems to culminate in a mafia-like meeting of the minds in a cleared-out restaurant where two powerhouses scream at each other. This week’s session was no joke. But first, some lessons!
Antonia Gorga can make you cry in under ten seconds, thirty seconds into the episode.
She talked about never getting to meet her grandfather, Melissa Gorga‘s father, but Melissa told her he was watching over her from heaven. Wow. There’e something in my eye.
Melissa does make some mistakes.
Though it often seems like it’s the Giudices pushing the drama along, Melissa admitted to her husband Joe Gorga that she had provoked Teresa Giudice on Twitter and mocked her publicly.
Don’t mess with your man’s sister.
Joe Gorga did not respond pleasantly to this news. Despite their fighting on television for years, he maintained that Teresa’s still his sister, his blood, and you really shouldn’t Twitter angrily at his family.
Soccer is not really Milania’s sport.
Posing is. That said, wouldn’t you love to see Milania Giudice in a remake of Ladybugs?
Even when people tell Caroline Manzo to butt out, they still want her help.
Teresa called her to update her after running into her brother at the gym (and then dousing him with her water bottle).
Chris and Albie Manzo are having a hard time finding girls who will accept their work schedules.
Um, this may go without saying, but I would totally understand Albie’s schedule, if he’d be willing to have me. Who wouldn’t be understanding about a man who could bring mozzarella balls home at the end of a long day?
Rosie Pierri hasn’t had sex in 6 years.
I’ll just leave that here.
Jaqueline Laurita is struggling to find hope.
In another hugely emotional scene, Jacqueline broke down after a rough afternoon with her son. As always, her husband Chris appears to be perfect, supportive and inspiring.
Vito wants to propose to Lauren Manzo!
How exciting! But she admits that, like her brothers, she’s not quite ready for marriage and she’d rather focus on work right now. We also learned that the Manzo kids believe that the secret to a happy marriage is only seeing your spouse once a week, which I’m not convinced is wrong.
When you throw dust, dust comes back in.
Per Teresa. She then corrected that sentiment to people in glass houses shouldn’t throw dust, but I still don’t think that’s the idea she was aiming for.
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The modern state of the feminist movement is playing out in the Wakile household.
Kathy Wakile is trying to start a cannoli business, but her husband Richie doesn’t like her newfound independence, and keeps making decisions about her business without her.
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Rosie is not the best person to talk to in public.
During her confrontation with Teresa, she got so animated in her screaming and table-banging that she spilled her drink all over her phone. It did seem like it would have been fun to be one of the other restaurant patrons watching this play out.
What did you think of tonight’s episode? Was your favorite kid moment Antonia being adorable, or Milania posing on the soccer field? Do you think Bravo has a hard time finding new NJ restaurants to film these confrontations? Tell us in the comments below or tweet us @OKMagazine.
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