Jay Mohr

Jay Mohr is starting to think Teresa and Joe's feud is just plain sad. Also, he wouldn't mind sharing a jail cell with Joe Gorga.

on Jun 12, 2011

Back at the Giudice home, G to the ia is on the phone with her Uncle Joe Gorga, and it seems to make her very happy. They’re probably talking about hats. When she gets off the phone, Teresa starts putting on make-up like she’s angry at her face. It’s at moments like this that a viewer like me really wants Teresa and her brother to make up. The smile on Gia’s face is incredibly beautiful. Regardless of what the adults are working through, she obviously loves her Uncle Joey very, very much.

The next scene takes place on the go. Jaqueline and Ashley are in the back seat of Chris’ truck on their way to the new car dealership. Ashley dressed up for her new car judging by the new pot holder on her head. Jaqueline says, “You better make the payments and not make it my responsibility!” Ashley replies, “I wont.” Un-truer words have ever been spoken this season. I’m starting to think that Chris is a genius. He has figured out that new cars are like pacifiers to 19-year-olds. If you buy them one they stop crying and hopefully drive away until they’re 42.

Smash cut back to Melissa’s house and her songwriter arrives. He is a handsome young guy named Antony and he is only 22 years old. I guess writing songs that no one will ever hear is a young man’s game. As Antony walks Melissa through a song he has written for her by cobbling together a few hundred of her texts, Melissa asks, “Do you really think I can hit that note?” Melissa, you couldn’t hit that note with a Range Rover. She tries to hit it and exclaims, “I feel like I’m gonna die!” So do we! Open a tanning salon or something. Why does every one in show business automatically assume they can have a music career?