Things are finally getting interesting in Jersey and it didn't even happen until the finale. Here's the good stuff from The Real Housewives of New Jersey Bravo Blogs. Well, there was nothing good from Caroline's blog but I copied and pasted a little bit anyway. ;)
Brunch at the boys’ apartment was great. We had a lot of laughs and Lindsey did a great job as hostess. Contrary to what you may all believe, I actually love Lindsey. I liked her from the moment I met her, and think she is a wonderful, wonderful young lady.
First, I find it hard to believe that Teresa just so happened to go to a random hair salon to get her hair and makeup done before going to the Posche Fashion Show. We all see her get her hair done at home each week, and trust me, she does not like to try out new people when she knows she will be filmed and photographed.
Second, the salon has a creepy PR manager that greets them and hands out champagne to their "housewife customers" and just so happened to work as a manager at a gentleman's club. Interesting career move. I wonder how one goes from gentleman's club manager to a public relations professional? I guess he wasn’t that good at his job, because the salon is now closed. Back to the episode. Wow, this is getting better and better.
So now the creepy PR manger decides to tell Teresa I used to dance for him. Oh, and that my customers miss me so much. Really? Tell them to go buy On Display or I Just Wanna on iTunes if they want a piece of me. Muah!
My heart was racing all over again watching this week's episode. I think you can see I was sincerely uncomfortable at this strange guy trying to talk to me about Melissa's past. (We all know I'm no actress -- that's actually what finally got me fired from Celebrity Apprentice!) It was very weird because the guy Angelo didn't really do anything terrible, he wasn't rude or aggressive, so I couldn't really say anything more than I did. I think he really did think I knew about her past -- which I didn't, I still don't, and I, like the rest of America, don't care! -- and when he saw I was upset, he apologized right away. But I didn't want anything to do with anyone talking about my family, so I left (and I was downstairs, not just around the corner! I couldn't hear Angelo and Kim D. at all!). I even told Kim D. to shut the f--- up! (Sorry, Kim.) The whole situation just felt weird, so I took myself out of it. I can't keep track of all the people Melissa has pissed off in our town, but I am not going to be a part of it.
I still can’t figure out why this creep thought it would be of any interest to Teresa and Kim that he claimed to know Melissa. I must admit to being naïve. I had no idea of the manipulation that was about to unfold. When he walked over to the table I thought it seemed very strange and contrived that he kept going on and on about how he knew Melissa. What was even more bizarre was the fact that Teresa didn’t call security to get rid of this loser. What was he doing there? She had to have known what his intentions were, since she met him earlier in the day while getting her hair and makeup done. After viewing that scene it’s pretty clear to everyone that he wasn’t there to pass out party favors.