I snatched the shot back from her and drank it. Then told her that she was being disrespectful and needed to keep her ass moving. My husband and her friend were standing there in shock. Then, my husband started laughing and her friend pulled her away. Her friend later made her come over and apologize. I think that was the most ghetto moment I have had in over a decade. But, I’m sure she learned her lesson.
Now on to an actual problem. Renee and her oldest daughter sit down to talk at a Deli. Renee is freaking out because the father of her youngest daughter – the one who isn’t in prison for murder – is suing her for custody. Renee’s oldest daughter Giana, thinks that her ex-stepfather is using the youngest daughter as a way of getting back at Renee. Renee is hoping that the court system will see it for what it is. But, she isn’t sure she trusts the courts. Maybe it’s just me, but I think if I were facing custody issues with my youngest daughter, I wouldn’t go on a Reality TV show. Especially if the name of said show was called Mob Wives Chicago. It just seems counterproductive when trying to prove that you are the better parent.
Just because I’m a fame whore is willing to put my narcissism before my child’s welfare, doesn’t mean I’m not a good mom.
Now it’s time for the Facebook Face Off. Yes, these women actually scheduled a sit down confrontation to discuss why Nora de-friended Christine from Facebook. And, yes, I did just lose several IQ points from just typing out that last sentence. Nora doesn’t like Christine and thinks it’s ridiculous to even discuss this – and I have to agree with her there. She says that she lost her profile due to a Facebook glitch.
It’s a weak excuse for anyone who uses Facebook as religiously as Christine apparently does. I say that because, most of the time you don’t realize you have been de-friended from Facebook until you either try to send a message to that person or you are obsessively checking your friend count. Zuckerburg was smart enough to make sure that you don’t receive a notification when someone un-friend’s you specifically to avoid these types of awkward conversations.
Nora tries to change direction and says that she doesn’t really like people discussing her father’s hit man status. She says that she will never be friends with Christina and Christina prepares a status update about what a bitch Nora is for de-friending her. Too bad Nora won’t see it though.
So, then Pia meets up with Nora to support her in her search for her father’s dead body. Yes, I did just write that sentence. Nora apparently hasn’t spoken to her family in ages and since her sister and mother handled the burial, she can’t be sure that he is actually in the ground. Nora tells Pia about her meeting with Christina. This bugs Pia because Christine should have tried to make up with her before making up with Nora.
Is Pia living in her car? There seems to be an awful lot of stuff in the back seat.
Christina and Leah meet to discuss the Facebook sit down (it’s all so ridiculous that you would think I could find humor in it, but it’s just so lame). Leah has some choice words about Nora and how she should be dealt with. Christina has decided that since she isn’t a skanky stripper, she is going to be the bigger person and make up with Pia. Then, there is something about Nora getting an envelope from her father’s funeral director and how she wants to choke her sister and I keep trying to stay focused because we are nearing the home stretch.
Finally, Christina and Pia sit down to discuss their fight. They try to keep it calm and the fact that they aren’t completely trashed on alcohol helps. Pia talks about how pissed she is that Christina would dare make up with Nora before even approaching her – you know, since she was he one who got her weave pulled out of her head. She is worried about Christina’s loyalty. She says that she doesn’t care about their 10 year friendship. Christina, rightfully pissed at not having the chance to be the bigger person for the cameras, leaves in an angry huff.