Downstairs, Danielle tells Danny that Chris said they were in for "a surprise" and Danny starts in on a cussing blue streak that causes Kim G. a great deal of consternation. So much consternation, in fact, that she manages to raise her eyebrows a half an inch to arch in surprise. Outside of The Brownstone, Danny is still muttering about wanting to cause problems, but darn it all to heck, he still has six more days of parole. He makes veiled threats towards Albert (who is watching them from the foyer) and then to Chris. Kim G. finally admits that Chris is her son's best friend and maybe it would be better not to beat him to a pulp in her presence. It might tarnish the boys' friendship. Danny sulks when he hears that. Then Jacqueline -- who was not there --jumps in to talk about how Danielle is troubled and likes to cause scenes. Clearly this is all true, but Jacqueline was not there. Can I get a witness? Oh I can? Thanks.
Chris Manzo is trying to get a timeline of events and his staff all swears that they were doing their best to accommodate Danielle and her doubtful guests, but it wasn't good enough. Outside Danielle is getting in her car and telling everyone she can including her driver (god, she talks to the help, too? does her tackiness know no bounds?) about how the Manzos personally kicked her out. Do you think Danielle will watch this episode at home and realize her errors? That maybe bringing an entourage of felons and Hell's Angels to a charity event and not even paying for their admission is maybe a little out of line? Hahahahahahhhaaaaaaaaaaaaahahhahahaha. As if.
Melissa Locker a.k.a. Lulu Bates is writing this recap in leopard print and pearls. You can follow her on Twitter @woolyknickers.