That fight gains momentum, and now Ter is telling Mel that if she didn’t like her, she would have given her a hard time when she first came around. Well, isn’t that what happened, and is still happening? Mel parrots back THE GOLDDIGGER COMMENT and THE STRIPPER ACCUSATION and THE COPYCAT COMMENT. Teresa naturally denies all.
Jacquee doesn’t like the attention drawn away from her and her nervous breakdown, so she keeps yelling over Tel and Mel’s side fight and tries to swing the cameras back her way. Caro tell she to stop it or they’ll be there all day. Caro’s soooo over it. It’s so exhausting sitting there with a gun held to your head and a camera pointed at you at the same time.
Topic change – this year, Jacquee took “drastic measures” to get Moonface back on track. By “drastic measures”, he means they just stopped buying her shit. We relive her dragging her suitcase through the Newark airport parking lot, banished to Vegas with Chris there to make sure she wasn’t diverted by any errant airport fast-food restaurants on her path to the gate. Jacquee tells us she’s tried everything. Chris suggests they “give her the rope to hang herself”. Well, if you haven’t given her the rope then you haven’t tried everything.
We also relive Moony’s brilliant choice to leave the gas running in her apartment. Andy tells us he is terrified about that. More terror! It’s non-stop. Jacquee says Moonface is doing just great, and that she has a paying job. Doing what, I am dying to know. Something tells me telemarketing is involved.
The next topic is Jacquee’s alleged $8 million dollar bankruptcy and fraud case. “What people need to understand…,” starts Professor Jaquee –
Is that the only time it’s acceptable to have flat hair is when you’re covered in 95% sequins.
Anyway, what we common folk need to “understand” is that the high and mighty Lauritas are not in a personal bankruptcy – Chris’s “apparel business”, which is what they’re calling it, was “forced” into bankruptcy. Again, another “forced” bankruptcy. Nobody is forcing anyone not to pay the bills, OKAY? You bankrupted your own ass, personally, commercially, who cares. And don’t for one moment expect me to believe that Chris Laurita is sitting in his accountant’s office refusing to take home/office deductions.
Andy does his job by asking what’s the difference between Jacquee’s bankruptcy and the Guidices’. And who better than to explain the Guidices bankruptcy then Jacquee, who we witnessed have another one of her patented breakdowns over the fact that Ter hadn’t even told her about the bankruptcy.
And so Jacquee, who dropped out of community college, raised her daughter on a (possible) stripper’s salary and somehow managed to emerge as the world’s pre-eminent expert on bankruptcy – especially the bankruptcy of Teresa and Joe Guidice – explains that the Guidices bankruptcy was a result of them compiling debt.
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