Real Housewives of New Jersey Week 6 Recap
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At week six I should be waiting with excitement for another episode, but the truth is I forgot it was even on tonight. There is nothing interesting happening here and I’m bored. In fact, I watched WWHL before I watched the episode and I must say I thought Margaret was fantastic. Weird since I don’t like her on the show, but her and her mom were great. Go figure. Jose is here and he is looking at me with love so I’m going to take a shot, make a margarita, and get my bullet points started. Fingers crossed they give us something worth watching.
- Teresa and her family are off to Puerto Rico
- Siggy is at a medical appointment
- Margaret has great taste in cars
- She also has no taste is shoes
- I love how Teresa loves her dad
- I love him too
- Dolores is with Siggy at her appointment
- She is getting her hormone levels checked
- They are talking about Margaret and Danielle
- Dolores talks smack about Teresa
- Siggy defends Teresa
- Dolores is not interested and pissed at everyone
- Siggy is having pellets injected into her ass
- Cool thing
- Where is Marge Senior’s accent from?
- Margaret tells her mom about Siggy losing her shit
- Danielle and Margaret are friends?
- Margaret calls Dolores to meet and make peace
- Very sad to see Puerto Rico
- Prayers to everyone there as they continue to suffer
- Danielle calls Tre on vacation to bitch about Dolores
- I want to impale myself
- Time for another shot
- Teresa being closer friends with Danielle is stupid
- Gorga time
- Blah, blah, blah
- I like Joe Gorga
- Melissa makes me itchy
- Dolores and Margaret meet up
- Dolores is open and honest
- She is also a loyal friend
- Margaret is calm and willing to talk
- Dolores turns a blind eye when it comes to Sig
- I trust Dolores
- Margaret respects how Dolores keeps her family together
- Dolores has been through a lot with Frank
- She loves her kids and it is impressive
- Margaret tells us about her ex-husband
- She got married at 24 and had three step-kids
- She loved the kids as if they were her own
- When she ended the marriage the kids stopped talking to her
- Margaret cries and it is sad
- She has a lot of pain
- I understand why the kids don’t talk to her though
- She’s likeable right now
- Back to Puerto Rico
- I’m falling asleep
- Milania is everything
- I feel sad for these kids
- Teresa seems to be setting us up for her divorce
- Very interesting
- Time for Melissa
- I’m going to fold laundry
- I need more Jose
- Jersey is bad for my liver
- Melissa is painfully uninteresting
- Teresa is doing a photo shoot for Joe
- Her kids hate having their pictures taken
- They are over her
- Four girls must be so hard
- Joe is out with his daughter
- She is beautiful
- They are sweet together
- Dolores and Siggy are on a double date
- Siggy is feeling better and more balanced
- Dolores tells them about her meeting with Margaret
- Siggy is not happy Dolores likes Margaret
- Siggy is not handling this season well
- Hope she turns it around
- Dolores is coming into her own
- Siggy agrees to give Margaret a second chance
- I like their friendship
- Squad goals
- Teresa is hanging with her dad
- He tells her she spoils her kids
- He is as red as a lobster
- Bless him
- Teresa’s dad cries about his wife
- I am crying with him
- This is crushing
- Teresa sets up her divorce a little bit more
- I’m waiting for a storyline
- Thank God Jose is here to keep me company
- The season is dragging
- The tequila is flowing
- This show is better without Danielle
- I’m shloshed and keeping it real
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