In her blog Teresa clarifies why “Jacqueline is a wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
But first, the Ford comment! Teresa and Juicy actually currently OWN a Ford, so duh – she would drive one for sure! Especially since Juicy can’t legally drive. But exactly how many cars do these so-called bankrupt individuals possess?
I was honestly a little offended that Jacqueline and any Housewife not named Teresa were so prominently featured during such a crucial episode, but I really couldn’t stomach it when Jacqueline was talking about how she was so upset seeing Joe and Teresa hug before he left. It didn’t seem authentic and it’s hard to follow her train of thought: does she love Teresa or hate her? I get that life isn’t that black and white, but it’s just such two extremes going from wanting to be BFF’s to constantly trashing her. And well, Teresa isn’t here for it.
It was so heartbreaking watching Teresa Giudice and her four daughters praying in that bed after Joe Giudice went into prison. No matter how you feel about the Giudices and their illegal activities, you have to admit that it was an emotional episode – or you just have no soul, I don’t know. Flash forward to the present time, Tre shared an update on Joe and talked about celebrating her seventeenth wedding anniversary with her husband behind bars and how he is asking John Legend to get involved.
Before unraveling that mess, Melissa focuses on Juicy Joe’s departure for “camp.” She writes, “I think we can all agree that last night’s episode was so raw and emotional. No matter how you look at the situation, it is heartbreaking to see a family go through something like this. Teresa [Giudice]and her girls are incredibly strong. I’m so happy that we were able to be there for them and have the kids spend time together with Joe Giudice before he went away.”