Teresa gets into the details of Tweetgate, and notes that Danielle tweeted her first. We see one initial tweet, in which Danielle tweeted MELISSA (and you knew her shady ass was going to show up somewhere in this mess) the following, "Did you ever tell Teresa you were contacting me constantly?" Teresa claims that Danielle had proof that she and Melissa had been speaking two years ago, and conspiring to take Teresa down. So Teresa tweeted, "Thank you @daniellestaub for telling the truth. I'm sad but not surprised. :( #famewhore." I think I'm going to legally change my name to ":( #famewhore." We flash back to that reunion show from ages ago when Danielle brought up the fact that Teresa didn't acknowledge her nephew, and we were all (including Teresa!) confused about what was going on. I mean, of course Melissa was in contact with Danielle, because she is exactly that stank. And of course, Teresa now sees this as Jacqueline being the disloyal one because to Teresa's frog-sized brain, Jacqueline is siding with Melissa.
Jacqueline tells us that clearly Teresa is using Danielle to expose Melissa, because she does not enjoy it when people like Melissa. That much we already knew. And now that Melissa has entered the conversation, Teresa gets the extra crazy look in her eye and starts yelling about how Melissa was maliciously trying to attack her about holding the baby, or maliciously trying to attack her about not holding the baby, and she can't win. Jacqueline then says that she bets that Melissa DID talk to Danielle, but who cares? If Teresa wants a better relationship with her sister-in-law and to forget the past, as she always claims, then she might start with forgetting (or at least forgiving) this particular incident that happened two years ago. Teresa is not feeling this line of reasoning. Jacqueline does acknowledge that it was fucked up of Melissa to do such a stank thing, and that she obviously hated Teresa, but they've all moved on since then. Except that they totally haven't. And then Teresa screams for a while about how she never did anything to hurt Melissa or her family, and they're jus' jellus. Jacqueline then points out that it's nice to see actual emotion from Teresa, and that she's clearly not ready to move on even though she's tried to sweep all of this crap under the rug. Oh, here we go. Another fascinating analysis of the Gorga clan.