The ladies sit down, and Kim pulls out her Blackberry to gossip about Juicy's trial with his business partner. Jacqueline doesn't want to hear it because it's none of her business and tells Kim to tell her friend to "shut the fuck up." Kim refuses and keeps barreling through the news until Jacqueline literally screams at her to stop talking. Whereas Jacqueline subscribes to the idea that you're friends with someone through thick and thin and do everything you can to help her be better as a person, Kim pretty much just wants to talk shit about Teresa's spending habits. At which point Jacqueline actually starts leafing through a magazine, all the while cursing herself for dropping by.
Elsewhere, Teresa and Juicy return home from court. Teresa reports that things got heated because one of Kim G.'s friends Monica Chacon is the wife of Juicy's former business partner's lawyer. The very same Monica whom Kim G. introduced to Melissa at the Posche fashion show. Teresa says she confronted Monica in the court's corridor and told her to stop talking trash, and she doesn't think she'll ever hear from her again.
Kathy and Rich pay a visit to Albert at The Brownstone to solicit his advice about opening up a business in the restaurant/catering world. When Kathy mentions Rich's plans, Albert literally laughs in their face. He warns them their lives will change dramatically and that they'll have to sacrifice things like family events and time together in order to make this dream a reality. He credits Caroline for putting him with the lifestyle that most women wouldn't. He tells them a personal story about a friend of his who passed away in 9/11 and says that, at his funeral, there were many pictures of events his family had held at The Brownstone. He realized then how important a role he played in people's lives. Seeing what a big deal the restaurant will be, she wonders if she and Rich are ready for such a big commitment and responsibility. Albert likewise suggests she start out as a caterer and put the restaurant idea on hold. Rich thanks Albert for this reality check. Albert adds for good measure that if he'd been "dumb enough" to buy Christopher that car wash/strip club he wanted, he'd be washing cars (and probably gluing on pasties) at that very moment.