Jacqueline, meanwhile, is once again sad that she can't even be the center of her own argument. Everyone is screaming and Jacqueline tells them to shut the fuck up so she can do some role-playing about how Teresa should have handled discussing the article with Caroline. Teresa quite rightly rolls her eyes. In her words, "Holy shit. Are these bitches really role playing?" She puts out the theory that Jacqueline has lost her mind. Who wouldn't, living amongst these people? Oh God, and then we go back to the cookbook issue. In case you were unclear, Caroline is still mad about FabuliciousGate. And in case you were wondering, Teresa still doesn't think she did anything wrong. Then Teresa and Caroline call each other crazy as Jacqueline looks sad. Caroline brings up the fact that Teresa wants everyone else to hate Melissa and Kathy, and Teresa denies it for a minute but then is too dumb to maintain the façade and asks aloud why Caroline can't see that Melissa is full of shit when everyone else has. Caroline is like, "Checkmate! Good day, sir!" And then she accuses Teresa of never having been her friend. Didn't this already happen, I don't know, like every episode since the end of last season?
Anyway, Caroline hates Teresa. She says that Teresa has been trying to poison the minds of her family members against her (by this I'm guessing she means Dina) with no remorse and no accountability. Caroline recognizes this now, and doesn't want to be part of it. Teresa yells that she's telling the truth, about what I don't even know at this point. But Caroline feels that Teresa betrayed her, was never her friend, and treated her as an accessory. Teresa is like, "I have better taste in accessories than that!" At this point in time, Caroline says that she can't be anything more than cordial to Teresa. And clearly she can't even do that very well. Jacqueline doesn't want to fight with Teresa, and says that for her own health she's going to distance herself from Teresa and her family. Poor Jacqueline, she actually seems legitimately upset about it. Teresa says that she feels like she's going through a friendship divorce, and never expected Jacqueline to turn on her. She thought they would grow old together, drinking wine and being dumb as they scooted around on their motorized wheelchairs. She tells Jacqueline that she's sad about this whole situation, and also doesn't need this stress when she's maybe on the verge of jail or whatever. Teresa's overarching lesson from all this is that you have to keep your guard up, because there are evil people out there, and sometimes they come in the shape of your friends. I will keep that one in mind!