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.
Oh God, and then who shows up but Caroline, asking why everybody is screaming. But don't worry, she's not lurking like a creeper or anything. She just came by to drop off some baby clothes that Jacqueline left at her place. Teresa is not happy to see her, and says that she feels ambushed. Caroline scowls and wonders aloud why Teresa feels ambushed. And then Jacqueline mentions the In Touch article, and Teresa claims that she didn't put the article out there. She further claims that she doesn't get paid for these articles and Caroline is like, duh, you told us in Chicago that you do. And then of course Caroline gets to her real issue, which is the fact that Teresa "slandered" her in that one article from last week that didn't even have Teresa saying anything bad about her. If anyone needs to get over it, it's clearly Caroline. She also wonders, in a rage-filled type of wondering, why Teresa didn't say anything to her about the article when they were in Chicago. Teresa just wanted everyone to have a nice gay wedding, okay! And then Teresa stands up and her hands are gripping the ends of the table, but I think it's one of those heavy iron outdoor tables and thus beyond even her Hulk-like abilities to flip.