“It’s despicable!” spews Daffy Duck. I mean, Caroline. Sorry, that duck’s the only one I ever knew who said that. Caro goes on to call her a liar, a fraud and a disgrace.
Yo, where’s the waitress?
Okay, back to liar, fraud and disgrace. “Never heard that one before,” says Ter. For knowing me and hanging out with my family members, she tells Caro. Then Caro says that it was hanging out with Ter’s family members that made her realizes how nuts Ter really was. Haha. True. That’s why you should never introduce your family to your friends.
The Ter turns to Kat and tries to bring her into it somehow. Caro immediately admonishes Kat, the person who started the whole thing, to stay out of it. Oh, please. Like Kat’s going to miss her moment to shine in this bloodfeud. Didn’t you hear what she was saying in the hot tub? She feels left out.
The prayer of Saint Kat.
Caro tells her she wants to be left behind, as far as Ter is concerned. “Not interested in having a relationship with you,” she points at Ter. “I’m starting to think I made a mistake getting involved,” Kat mentions lamely, in what I’d call the understatement of 2012. She comments that Caro really does seem to be done with Ter. “I’m not going to push something that’s not there,” she decides earnestly, her whole hot tub effigy to Caroline handily forgotten. Oh, I think I’ll just stay out of it now, la di da.
Back at the men’s table, Chris Laurita is telling Brown Smurf that he loves him and Ter but doesn’t like the things he hears around town that Brown Smurf says about him. Like what, queries the Smurf. “Well, you told someone I was shady,” says Chris.
Who, asks Brown Smurf? Oh, some bottling guy, is yet another vague reply. Come on, like these folks aren’t prancing around town saying things about the Giudices? I mean, they’re saying shitty things right to the camera, which as far as I know is broadcast to America, so wait, what’s this fight about again?
Then Chris Laurita very, very adamantly insists that if there’s one thing he will not tolerate, it’s being called shady. Because Chris Laurita, sir, is not shady. I laugh out loud at this one. Not acceptable, says Laurita. “Whatever the thing is,” mumbles Brown Smurf. “Don’t talk shit about me,” says Laurita.
Midge says that it wasn’t his argument so he stayed out of it. But he does say that it’s clear that Brown Smurf, like Ter, has accountability issues. Chris and Brown Smurf make up, with Chris once again reminding Smurfy that he is not shady. In fact, he’s actually the best friend Smurfy ever had. Yeah! Who else fake offers to buy your furniture at auction with a bad check?
They literally kiss and make up. “Kiss of death!” yells Midge. Then Midge and Lebanese Dilbert are kissing. They’re all cracking up. It’s sort of a lovable dumbass moment.