And Andy Cohen gets in his own punches.
The family is immortalized just as 'Fabulicious!' poises to tear them apart.
Though we have to endure the conclusion of the inane Punta Cana adventures first.
Now they can all scream and get bug-eyed in monokinis.
Young Gia's agonizing musical plea for family peace would make even the bravest soul gouge out his own eardrums.
Why can't they all just get along? Well, because that would eliminate the show's reason for being.
It's harder to look at these people's self-inflicted financial stresses without quivering in frustration.
Watch what happens! When random cast members from different cities appear together for no reason.
Ashley is not taking the "grow up" talk lying down.
"Gimme pizza, you old troll."
Christmas morning was never so bedazzled.
The Yuletide fighting continues as Kim G. is ousted as Joe Giudice simmers to a boil.
In New Jersey, Christmas is a time for gaudiness, screaming, and grudges old and new.
"Based on my knowledge, the mob looks at these TV shows as a mockery of what they do."
Among our gifts: Joe Gorga in a sparkly onesie, and the return of Kim G.!
The Giudices have everyone over for a weekend of live ammo and dry-humping.
What motivated the massively insulting use of the word "redone"? An explanation doesn't make things any clearer.
Who knew Melissa had such "musical" "talent"?
"Redone home." "Redone"? What kind of an animal would write such a thing!
Teresa attempts to write a letter of conciliation to Joe, who is distracted by his own pimple analogy.
Kathy's accusations bring out Teresa's table-flipping eyes.
What brought on Joe's double-fisted game of Whac-a-Mole?
Ask an Art Critic: Jerry Saltz on Conflicts of Interest, Tribes of Shyness, and High Hopes for the New Museum
To me, nothing in the art world is neutral, and the idea of “disinterest” strikes me as boring, dishonest, dubious, and uninteresting.
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Nobody puts this lady in the corner.