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First stop is Camping World, where they will fetch their RVs and some supplies. Chris reviews the RV sharing situation while they sit in traffic. It’s the Gorgas and yesterday’s eggplant parm, the Guidices. Then it’s the Wakile’s, Gay Sidekick and Vito.
Finally, there’s the RV of misery – that’s the one with Caro and crew in it. Jacquee and Chris are in there too, and the Manzo kids are relegated to a tent on the side of the bus.
They disembark off the van at Camping World, where for some reason, everyone needs to ride a bike around the store. Everyone immediately grabs the first hat they see and plants it on their head in anticipation of the shopping expedition.
And everyone’s got Camping World fever. They grab wagons and race through the aisles. Jacquee breathlessly recounts the excitement, with the information that it’s all stuff they’ll probably never use but it was “fun to get it”. Oh, okay. That’s not how any of you ended up bankrupt or anything.
Ter grabs for an economy sized bag of peanuts. Jacquee literally skips through the aisles. Chris Manzo appears to be purchasing a mop. I can practically smell the stench of that Hoboken apartment through my television, but he thinks he’ll be doing a little mopping up during his 2 day stint in the RV. Wait – Chris Manzo isn’t even staying in the RV! He’s in a tent! What the hell does he need a mop for?
The Manzos are the only ones not bankrupt yet. Just doing my part.
Ter comes upon a section of games and suggests to Mel they purchase Scrabble. I can only dream of the bloodfeud that might start over Ter thinking “diet-y” is a word. For her part, Mel manages to locate a stuffed raccoon, and since she’s so completely over her Guidice angst, she reminds everyone in her aisle of the time Brown Smurf called her one.
Not for nothing, but a little blending wouldn’t be the worst thing ever that happened to your makeup.
Ter is now on the hunt for a pink jacket. She acknowledges the “camping people” in their work boots. She deduces that these “camping people” are going camping. And then she reminds us that her five inch blue pumps have fringe on them, which has nothing to do with anything other than the fact that Ter still doesn’t know what state she’s in.
Mel discovers leopard print and zebra print placements. Car lugs a barbecue off a shelf and ignores Ter’s questions about whether or not there will be dishes on the RV. Kat rides around on her bicycle and Ter compares her to the Wicked Witch of the West. Then she laughs a lot. Cause it’s a joke, see, funny, haha!
Gay Sidekick is busy stockpiling what he calls “decorative accents” and Kat instructs him to load ‘em up. I can’t even imagine what sort of decorative accents one might find at Camping World. I presume there are pine cones involved.