Teresa Giudice

Teresa suggests the wives get a "no Pinot Grigio" clause added to their contracts.

on Mar 26, 2010

My thoughts on this week’s episode:

I thought it was weird and inappropriate for Kelly to ask Ramona about not being invited to the Labor Day lunch in front of Avery. Ramona was only trying to be polite when she answered. Then Ramona stopped being polite (and started being “real”?)

Ramona was like a crazy person the rest of the episode. (The other wives should put a "no Pinot Grigio" clause in their contracts.) She was winking and singing and dancing and insulting the hell out of everybody. Talking about Kelly’s boobs in front of other people – when Kelly was clearly uncomfortable with it – was not cool. Telling Alex in front of LuAnn something LuAnn had said about her was really mean. And bringing up the “rumor” about Jill and Saks was just evil.

What honestly bothered me the most about Ramona’s behavior though, was how she treated Avery. I thought it was so sweet that she took Avery to her first fashion show, but then she ditched her daughter for a last-minute party with Perez Hilton? Really? When she was shoving poor Avery into a cab at night BY HERSELF, I thought the poor girl looked like she was going to cry. She was what, 14 when that filmed? I would never put my kid in a cab at night by herself.

I was happy to see Jason promise Bethenny a “commitment” before they moved in together ... although she already looked pregnant sitting on the couch. Hmm...

Bethenny and LuAnn’s fight was pretty insane. I thought the worst part was when Bethenny told LuAnn that Jill had been saying LuAnn sleeps around. Not cool. Say what you think of LuAnn to her face. Great. But bringing other people LuAnn is friends with into it is a low blow. It was not Bethenny’s place to rat out Jill to LuAnn for something they probably both talked about back when they were friends.