“You know the saying — Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice… Well, that’s how I feel after everything that happened with Jacqueline on this episode. I really thought we were on the right path as friends, until that screwed up dinner.”
Siggy starts off, “I’m officially done trying to fix what doesn’t want to be fixed. I joined RHONJ with the best intentions; I wanted to bring peace, not to be thrown into the middle of a war zone that doesn’t have an ending in sight. With each episode that passes, I’m slowly realizing that this entire scenario just may not be “fixable.””
After Jacqueline called Teresa the “C” word at their last dinner in Vermont together, Teresa says she doesn’t even recognize her old friend. “She’s just not the Jacqueline that I know. The Jacqueline I know didn’t act that way.”
Last night was the dramatic conclusion of the Real Housewives Of New Jerseytrip to Vermont. What started as a half-hearted placebo of a cast trip which no one was really thrilled to be attending, turned into attack of the abominable Sno-Housewife roaring her icy accusations into everyone’s chicken wing salad. I don’t know that I was entertained, per se, but there were lots of twists and turns on the bobsled ride to hell and back!
Being around Jacqueline Laruita must be so exhausting. Like trying to chart tornado paths. Honestly – I’d rather just go hide in the bomb cellar, cause with Jacqueline you never know if you’re going to get Glinda the Good Witch or her sister, and no sparkly shoes are worth all that drama.
After watching a clip from tonight’s show, Teresa says she thought it was funny when Dolores Cataniawas saying she looked like Milania with her furry headband on. “I love my headbands. Especially when they have fur.”
Calling the trip neither fun nor drama-free, Melissa accuses Jacqueline of ruining it straight outta the gate! “I’ve said it before and it’s becoming more apparent that Jacqueline is WAAAY too invested in everyone else’s business,” she says. “She wants us all to believe her meddling ‘comes from a good place,’ but honestly, good for who?”