In honor of Halloween, last night’s finale of Real Housewives Of New Jersey was like a twisted fairy tale of modern evil, the moral being that sometimes the wrong witch gets pushed into an oven, while the other escapes on foot through the forest hoping the evil doesn’t catch up with her.
Siggy Flicker tried to reunify the group, but lunch didn’t even get served before the ladies were fleeing the coop in various states of undress. Only on Bravo do ‘ladies who lunch’ turn into ladies of the night who run Louboutin-less through a parking lot, stalking like zombies after the brainless one who got away. And over the railroad tracks to Jacqueline Laurita‘s asylum they go!
Teresa and Danielle got together again for another yoga class. Andy asks who reached out to who first? “You kind of started it, honey. Yes, at the reunion you brought her up and then after the reunion I was thinking about it and DM’ed her and right away she called me back and then we texted back and forth and I asked if she did yoga.” Teresa says Danielle admitted to loving yoga so they met up at one of the yoga places Danielle goes to.
Remember the halcyon days of Real Housewives Of New Jersey when a season finale would be a massive family feud involving scandalizing secrets of your sister-in-laws past coming out over appetizers at a Posche Fashion Show?
Or possibly a cavewoman, wearing a the fur she literally just ripped from a wild boar, chasing another woman through a country club screaming expletives, all to the background of sparkly polyester bandage dresses tripping down a runway? Yeah, well that ain’t these days.
As another finale of Real Housewives Of New Jersey is upon us we are reminded of the past, but also look towards a new dawn.
Siggy had such potential when she first showed up on the scene immediately after a face lift while she drank lobster bisque through a straw, but she is trying to be a group therapist on a show with viewers who live for the fighting. It doesn’t line up for me. And not only that, but what is her story line? Aside from getting involved with other people’s lives, please tell me. Someone? Please.