But Ter’s not taking the rap for this one either – she informs Caro that she was mean to Mel and Kat because that’s who she really is, not because of Teresa. But Caro’s still apologizing. Then she goes on to explain how when Kat and Mel first joined the club, she did feel bad for Ter.
“Imagine if your sister and cousin came on the show and didn’t tell you,” Ter says to Caro. Mel jumps in to say that she did tell Ter, but I think she only told her after it was a done deal. From my extensive and very scientific internet research, it appears as though the only reason Bravo was interested in Mel in the first place was as a new foil for Teresa, and Mel knew it.
Regardless – Caro’s going to try and throw a little logic down on the table. Oooh, risky. And also, flawed. She tries to compare Kat and Mel coming on the show to Ter’s brining Dina back onto the show. But that doesn’t make sense. Dina was part of the show from the beginning. Kat and Mel scraped their ways in. Also, Ter and Dina have been friends from the beginning. Kat and Mel are brand new to Caro. Not that she was justified in hating them on behalf of Ter, but still…not exactly the “identical” scenario Caro seems to think it is.
And since she’s gone and brought Dina into the picture now – where do things stand with Bloodfeud #463? Caro and Dina do not speak, Caro informs us sadly. Between some more scientific research and our fabulous commenters, I think this one goes back to Dina’s Ladbybug charity. From what I can understand, Ladybug was started by all the Laurita girls, but once it was on TV Dina took credit for it on her own. According to internet lore, Jacquee got mad and started spreading rumors about the Ladybug thing, and Caro didn’t stand up for Dina. Bloodfeud dissected.
Back to the Gorgas! We’re in the limo on the way to Beatstock (fist pump, yo!) and Gia is very rudely making fun of Mel’s song. It’s terribly unfair because she knows we can’t really make fun of an eleven year old back. And seriously – you mess with On Display, On Display, On Display…you mess with me. I loooooooove this song.
Gia mimics to the background of Ter reading bad reviews about Mel. Even Milania’s in on the act, talking about how Mel lip synchs. Then it’s the Mel montage, and I bet you she DVR’d this part and watches it every night before she goes to sleep. It shows her journey from the basement to the farm festival, with her telling us how she just keeps getting better and better. Well, there I’d have to digress. I’m pretty sure you piqued with everybody waiting on you to fall. Should have just kept them waiting on, waiting on, waiting on…
She tells us how much fun she had at Beatstock (fist pump!), how there were so many people there and she’s got a new song hitting the iTunes. It’s no On Display, I can tell you that much. But enough of that, let’s find out if Ter thinks Mel can sing without the help of Auto-tune. Because it looked like Mel was lip syncing every time, comments Ter. Well, Mel is more than happy to sing for her right then and there. “Will this put an end to it?” Mel asks Ter.
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