Well it turns out that Kim D. and Jacquee are phone besties, talk for hours a day. So, yes she knew. ”Everyone knew,” Ter informs Andy. Rather than address the accusation, Jacquee grabs Mel and gives her a big hug.
Just to summarize, says Andy, Kim knew what was going on, and Ter knew that something was going on regarding Melissa, but not what. Ter points out that something always happens at the Posche fashion show, but she never said Mel was a stripper.
No one believes Ter, so she just screams and swears on her kids that she never said it. And now Mel’s swearing that she can have a relationship with her brother if she wants one, but she will never look at her again. ”You’re done with me and my children,” she snaps at Ter. Aw, kind of sucks, making sweet little Antonia the pawn.
I’m the pawn!!!! MEEEEEEEE!!!!!
Oh come on, you didn’t think I’d let us part company without paying our respects to the demon seed.
Alright, with that dramatic climax out of the way, Andy now wants to know if Midge sees a future with his sister. He’s been hurt, he’s sad, everyone’s got tears in their eyes and everyone’s changed. Oh, so is Midge the victim now? I thought it was Mel.
Now it’s Chris’s turn to chime in and say that in “deep conversations” with Midge, which has to be an oxymoron, this is a guy who just wants his sister back. Then he makes a lofty speech about how what’s happened with his and Jacquee’s son has made them realize what’s important and what’s not. Well, your wife didn’t seem to get them memo on that one. Or perhaps she missed it mid-screech across the couch.
And FINALLY, we are back with the “final moments” with the RHONJ at the Borgata. Yes, of course we get one more Borgata plug before we go. Andy informs us that as a testament to how long they’ve been sitting there, he’s got an armful of Ter’s bronzer. Well, it’s the least you deserve for putting us through a THREE PART REUNION.
Ter says she’s lost her voice. Andy says he’s lost his hearing. Take it on the road, you two! And he turns to Caro, in what we can only hope is her swan song in this whole mess. He wants final words. And of course, Tiny Manzo is happy to pour it on like day old Alfredo sauce.
The best gift of the show is being able to look at herself, and she doesn’t like the person she saw. She doesn’t like what became of any of them. But as family – oh, we’re all family again? – the only way to heal is to say your truth and admit when you’re wrong.
And then she admits she was wrong about some things, although she’s not at all specific on what. Then she admits that she and her sister have problems but she loves her dearly and would die for her.
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