Andy moves on to Kat. Hahahahaha, with about four minutes left of the clock. Why is this lady here again? He cites her having embarked on a career in the dessert industry. Then we get her flashback. We revisit the bore snore college tour of 2011, where we learned that women’s studies majors learn how to do their own laundry before they get to college. We catch her meeting with the mafia when they tell her they would be happy to have her desserts front their shop. And then we get to, “Oh, my Mother’s pizzelles!” The pizzelles that launched a blood feud. Dangerous cookies.
We also relive Lebanese Dilbert’s disgusting comment about Kat’s fishy dessert-like qualities. Which prompts Andy to note that Dilbert really doesn’t hold back, does he. Kat agrees, and emphasizes that everyone is fair game, not just Teresa. “He threw my cookbook in the garbage,” Ter reminds her. “It was a joke!” Kat replies – look, if you’re not going to buy the excuse when Ter uses it, then you can’t use it either.
Ter has some kind of laundry list of all the mean things Dilbert has said to her, which somehow devolves into an argument over who’s hotter Lebanese Dilbert or Brown Smurf. Ter insists that if they went head to head, Brown Smurf would pick up way more ladies than Dilbert. “Well, that’s been proven,” says Jacquee cattily.
Ter very maturely pretends to gag and then makes a comment about Lebanese Dilbert’s yellow teeth. Ew, heebie jeebies. Now it’s Caro’s turn to stick her nose in and inform Ter that it isn’t nice to make fun of people’s yellow teeth. Ter tells Caro that she just loves Kat now because she’s her new puppet. Caro yells back that she defended Brown Smurf when nobody else did. Of course. Everyone else is the hero of the broken Gorga/Guidice family.
Okay, well back to Kat and her BS. There’s a cannoli kit in the works. As I have already stated, just give the damn cannoli. I don’t want to work for it. And the slutty daughter has decided to stay home for college. On to something better – did Kat mean to insult Ter at the book signing with the pizzelle comment?
Why, of course not, Andy says old school Kat. How shocking that anyone would even think that. I mean, she’s just a Mom. “I went to be supportive,” she simpers, to which Teresa replies that she’s a “disgusting piece of shit”. Well, I mean, I’m not buying the “supportive” thing either, but that seems like a pretty strong reaction. Kat says as much, and Ter reminds her that’s why she came on the show. What did she expect? And it’s a good point – Ter flipped a table over in season one. RHONJ is a battlefield.
Certainly we’re not expected to sit through a solstice party without a brawl?
“Your show, the Teresa show,” Kat sing-songs back to her. Well, yeah.
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