Now that she's wound up, Teresa brings up Joe's accusation that Juicy threatened him. Juicy goes to get his phone to show Teresa what he wrote. I'm guessing it's exactly what Joe claimed and that Juicy simply doesn't think he's making threats. That's just how he rolls. A man of few words, all of them horrible. He's also the kind of guy that drops the f-bomb (and not the four-letter one) in mixed conversation while talking about his own wife's brother. Again I say, class act. At which point one of the less wasted guests steps in to arbitrate. Apparently the source of the threats was when Joe (who is, indeed, listed in Juicy's phone as "Fa***t") called Juicy a "stupid ass." Naturally Juicy responded, "Watch who you call stupid ass before I put your jaw on [sic] one of those metal cages." Juicy keeps flailing and pointing angrily, certain that he is in the right, and Teresa realizes that she doesn't have a leg to stand on.
As the guests sit around uncomfortably, Juicy drags a memory out of the vault. He explains that his dislike for Joe goes way back to when Teresa and he were dating. He took it as a sign of disrespect that Joe stayed friendly with one of Teresa's exes. He says he "got rid of" Teresa back then because he didn't need her. Teresa points out that he didn't do a very good job getting rid of her since she's still around, and he slurs something unintelligible (but presumably offensive) about why he came back. Teresa tells him he got over all that and asks what is his issue now. He goes back to the christening, saying he didn't like how Joe spoke to Teresa and mentioning that his own mother's hair was pulled. He vows to "fight 'til the end of time" with Joe if that's what it takes.
Next week: Joe visits the Manzo boys in Hoboken. Kathy likens Juicy to a Mean Girl. Teresa and Melissa go at it over the text in which both of their husbands acted like jerks. And Gia gets emotional over Joe and Teresa's fight at Milania's fifth birthday party.