Welcome to the latest installment of the semi-connected women of Mob Wives Chicago!
We find out that the charity event of this season will be the breast cancer walk in honor of Leah’s mom. At least this is legitimate and not some random charity where the drama can reach its peak. I mean, the drama will probably reach its peak there, but not for nothing.
Meanwhile, Leah is channeling Weird Al.
Leah and C-Wow are at a bead shop getting stuff to bedazzle t-shirts for the walk. The other girls that will be invited are going to meet up at C-Wow’s house to make the shirts. Leah tells her that she’s going to be inviting Pia and Leah. Not sure yet if Renee is invited as I didn’t hear her name mentioned. C-Wow is sad that Pia is coming, what with their unnecessary drama right now. However, she is THRILLED that Leah is kind enough to invite Nora. It’s not that Leah likes Nora, but she knows she’d be the d-bag if she left her out – especially since it’s a charity event.
Giana, Renee’s daughter, goes to the silly pet spa with her friend to wash her own dog. As if you can’t bathe a dachshund in your home sink or bathtub, but whatever. I guess these people can’t have conversations at home.
Giana tells us that she’s declining her mother’s request to accompany her. Bad for us, but good in reality. She is upset with her mom for keeping her from her father and only saying negative things about him. Seeing as how he’s in prison for a murder rap, I imagine there aren’t many positive qualities. And who wants to raise their child to see their own father behind bars forever and ever? I think it’s perfect that her name is Giana, because this is basically Gia Guidice’s future, isn’t it? Only Gia’s mom is a bit more batshit.
Stop using me just to have some camera time! Pweeeze!
Nora is meeting up with her attorney to find out to get an operating table, a wench, some beakers and Bunsen burners, and a Jacob’s Ladder so she can reanimate her father’s corpse. She’ll probably need to find herself a sidekick/assistant, too. I guess she’ll have to use C-Wow since no one else will talk to her.
Then the attorney asks, “Don’t you mean ‘exhume’ the body?” Ah, whatever. As she tells him the story of finding out her father was already buried and the coroner forgot to perform an autopsy, he appears to be looking for ways to quickly exit his office and get away from this loon.
She wants to see his body herself and the attorney agrees that would make sense. She’s glad he sees the logic in this endeavor and says, “Everyone else thinks I’m crazy! Huh-huh-huh!”
“Hmm…go figure, eh?”