A viewer asks if Juicy regrets not supporting a reunion between Joe and Teresa. He says that no one wants to see a family feud, but what are you going to do. Andy asks how Joe felt when he saw Juicy call Teresa a see-you-next-Tuesday in Napa. Normally, says Joe, Juicy would have deserved a baseball bat in the head. But now, Joe is so hurt that he doesn't feel anything. Also, he had some choice things to say about Teresa himself. Juicy totally doesn't care that Joe called Teresa a bitch, but thinks that Joe not sticking up for Teresa when other people call her terrible names makes him a loser. Then Richie gets into it, and Juicy makes the worst joke about needing to call security because someone stole Richie's shoulders. Only Juicy would be obsessed enough with another man's shoulders to make a joke about it. They go at it for a while, and then Andy reminds Richie that he said Teresa should be burned at the stake. Eventually they get to talking about the fight where Richie gave Juicy a black eye, and who grabbed whose crotch first. This is a thing that's actually happening on national television! And we're all watching it!
A viewer asks Chris what he thinks about the feud between Dina and Caroline. He doesn't care for it, but also doesn't have a relationship with Dina right now. He assumes that Teresa played a role in the Dina versus everyone feud, but says that he's not there to talk about Teresa. Except when he does. Like right now. Chris was disappointed to see Dina at the Fabellini party talking smack about Caroline. And then somehow we get back to Strippergate 2012, and Joe yelling that Teresa should own what she did, which, he alleges, is calling Melissa a stripper. Her own father -- who is also his father -- told him that Teresa did in fact say this. Joe thinks that Teresa could have nipped Strippergate in the pole instead of going into the bathroom and talking about her heart beating 500 and the rest of it. Teresa is gobsmacked that Joe thinks she should have left the party (which is not at all what he said), and Melissa says that Teresa couldn't leave the party because she was in on it, and that in turn elicits a, "Prove it, bitch!" from Teresa. Oy.