At the point when Teresa says that Caroline looks down at her whenever she speaks, Caroline has finally had enough. But instead of grabbing Teresa by her hair and throwing her off of the roof, as promised, she just adjusts her position on the couch. She does it in a very angry way, though. Grrrrrrr! Meanwhile, the men are just drinking and smoking cigars and probably occasionally making hen-clucking noises. Teresa and Kathy get out of the hot tub, and Caroline tells Kathy appreciatively that she didn't have to launch a defense on her behalf. And that's because she hates Teresa, and will never stop hating her. She says that whenever she looks at Teresa, she sees an ugly human being. Personally, I think that's because of the overtanning. What really burns Caroline's biscuits is that Teresa is a total hag, then puts on her fake smile and tells everyone that she loves them. Jacqueline tells us that Caroline can hate Teresa all she wants, but she'd appreciate it if everyone would just leave her out of it. Melissa is starting to see that Caroline is a bit of a psycho when it comes to Teresa, and interviews that she should just drop it and move on. But then there wouldn't even be a show anymore! Could you imagine if anyone in the Real Housewives franchise invested in the concept of bygones?
And then, generating a big "oh no!" out of me, Teresa approaches Caroline and the other women. Jacqueline notes that they could hear everything Teresa said, and then Teresa asks Caroline if she feels any differently. Caroline says, and I quote: "Yes I do. Yes I do. I can't even look at you." Sometimes I truly think that she's the worst one of all. Teresa says that she would love to be friends again, and also has said sorry to Caroline for whatever offense it was that she committed. Caroline's problem is that the apology was not genuine, and thus is an insult. Teresa says that she is not insulting Caroline, and Caroline replies, "You're telling me how to feel now?" Aaaaaaaand here we go. Teresa says that the Manzos mean a lot to her and Juicy, and Caroline tells her to stop it AND to speak aloud what she really thinks of Caroline. She then says, "You don't love me," making us all question who's telling whom how to feel. Teresa counters that she does, in fact, love Caroline. I think she has a pretty strong case for reversing that position, though.