Caroline weighs in on the Teresa and Kathy/Rosie situation: “Kathy is good people, Rosie is good people and they’re doing it from their heart. So I’d like Teresa to open up her heart and just understand that people make mistakes and say bad things they don’t mean sometimes and I think it’s time she kind of grows up and accepts them back.”
The newbie shared that watching the episode was a hard reminder of losing her beloved Boo. “Losing Boo was one of the hardest things I’ve ever been through. He really was my best friend. Even though he couldn’t talk to me, I know without a doubt that he “got” me. Through thick and thin, Boo was by my side and always brought me such comfort. He was my protector and according to my girlfriends, the only “man” I ever trusted. There isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t miss Boo terribly, but I know that he’s always with me in spirit.”
So far, the Real Housewives of New Jersey viewers have seen Siggy Flicker in response to other people’s story lines. She is doing what she can to help her BFF Dolores Catania become her own person after a breakup. The Sig is encouraging her kids to do their best and struggling not to be overbearing.
Aside from her legendary entrance with the post-face lift bandages around her head, Siggy has not really had a story line that’s just “hers.” Siggy’s focus on other people’s lives does make sense though since she is a “relationship expert” for a living. So I guess her effort to fix her loved ones’ problems is her thing. Nevertheless, I hope that Siggy does get a chance to shine on her own instead of solely serving as the peacemaker and group therapist. For now, Siggy is sounding off about Dolores’s new phase in her life and her children growing up.
On last night’s Real Housewives Of New Jersey, the saga of Teresa Giudice‘s never-wavering love for Joe continued. Unfortunately for Joe, he’s about to go away for a 41 month ‘staycation’ at the federal penitentiary and no home security cameras are gonna replace him once Teresa takes over.
While Joe binge drinks and verbally abuses his dog, daughters, and wife, Teresa gets ready for the official launch of Turning The Tables. A lot rests on this little book – a veritable ‘How Not To’ manual for aspiring Italian Housewives everywhere. A tale as aged as wine of a woman who vowed to stand by her man through orange is the new black, through bankruptcy and back, through thick and thickening girth, through humiliation and outbursts, through cheating and chutzpah…
When it comes to Real Housewives of New Jersey, I’m so used to the craziness and table flipping and rogue fashion shows amped up on faux fur, pleather, white zin, and screaming–it’s actually weird when we get to see the calmer side of things. Am I right? This week’s episode was relatively free of the drama and cattiness these ladies love to spew. What’s that about? We all know a girls’ weekend is when the claws come out for the housewives. Not this one…only Jacqueline Laurita’s paranoia was present, but honestly, we’re all used to it at this point.
Siggy Flicker deserves a slow clap for the reconciliation I never imagined possible between Jacqueline and Teresa Giudice, and it was certainly refreshing to see more laughing out loud and less lashing out between the frenemies who have been fuming and feuding for ages. Over-under on how long this will last? Carolina Manzo has an idea…
I’ve been wondering why it took Dolores Catania so long to become an official cast member on Real Housewives of New Jersey since she’s been friends with the original crew for decades. Now I realized it was probably because she’s just too kind and normal. Nevertheless, Dolores has made it her mission to be the peace maker in the group along with the other new girl Siggy Flicker. With that said, Dolores and Siggy seem pretty determined to make sure that Teresa Giudice and Jacqueline Laurita resolve their differences.
Just based on the trailer for Season 7 and all of the trash talking in the press and on social media, it is pretty clear that Tre and Jac are far from being best friends. They’ve emphasized a million times that there will always be a love there thanks to their long history, but it doesn’t seem realistic that these two will come back together, no matter how hard Dolores and Siggy try.