After Watching The Real Housewives of New Jersey, I’m Sure Joe Giudice Cheated On Teresa Giudice

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When we meet back up with The Real Housewives of New Jersey on their crazy road trip in California,Everyone is driving to the next campsite in their respective RVs.  Except we know this episode is an extra special one because we get to hear Joe Giudice cheat on Teresa Giudice.

Joe Giudice, Teresa Giudice, Joe Gorga and Melissa Gorga are taking photos and chatting about Teresa’s friendships. The Wakiles are driving like maniacs and goofing off as per usual. The Manzos and The Lauritas are being depressing and talking about the tabloids as well (for the 100th time…) and what it means for Teresa and Jacqueline’s friendship.

To be honest, this whole Teresa Giudice/ Jacqueline Laurita friendship saga is getting old. We’re like 6 episodes in post-fight, and I need some new drama in my reality TV show life. Each separate RV goes on for about 15 minutes of the whole episode talking about the crumbling friendship of these two women. Enough! It’s just crying and sappiness. Just hug and move on, ladies! I need a new fight! I need a new issue! They seriously talk about it the entire episode and it’s just so tired! I don’t even know why I’m surprised because as a female, I am well aware that we rehash every issue and fight 800 times. It seems that these women cannot let anything go, and as Caroline Manzo says, “I’m done!”

The gang heads to an amazing vineyard that I’m sure costs more to visit than my house. It’s pretty apparent that everyone is going to get sloshed from the wine tasting. Chris Laurita seems extremely high-strung and wary of the people he’s been trolling around town with. This tasting is also business-related for BLK water, which could explain Chris’ apprehension about bringing the loudest and most obnoxious people with him. It seems like no one wants to be there and make fools of themselves in the process of not wanting to be there. They’re throwing grapes. They’re cussing. They’re jumping on statues. I’ve seen 6-year-olds better behaved.

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