Bravo is running a banner ad that says: "Got the hots for the Manzo Boys?" To be clear: NO. Jesus, Bravo, quit trying to make the Manzos happen. They are not attractive. Nor is the possibility of hanging out with the Manzo family and getting HAM CHUCKED AT MY HEAD LIKE A BUNCH OF ANIMALS. Moving on. Jacqueline comes to seek counsel with elder statesman Caroline. She got word that Danielle is filing charges against Ashley and she is upset. But! She sees the silver lining in that Ashley is learning a valuable life lesson. Namely, don't pull out anyone's weave. That lesson is definitely a hard one to learn. I struggle with it daily, but especially when I am watching The Bachelorette.
Jacqueline texts Ashley and tells her to swing by the local Starbucks and then come over to Aunt Caroline's. As Ashley still hasn't been able to decide between an illustrious career in either fashion merchandising or music management, she has no reason not to comply. Jacqueline asks her if she knows what is going on and Ashley laughs that she heard Danielle is filing charges against her right now. She laughs some more... and see what I mean about Ashley being a bit slow? Or maybe really, really high on life? Jacqueline and Caroline remind Ashley that THEY WARNED HER! Ashley doesn't get what she did to deserve this. I mean is hair pulling wrong? I am starting to think that Ashley didn't learn everything she needed to learn in kindergarten.
Outside the courthouse Danielle, her lawyers, and her witnesses emerge feeling victorious. I guess they were giving statements to a judge who was deciding the merits of the claim. The judge apparently missed the crazy in Danielle's eyes and decided to proceed with the case of the State of New Jersey vs. Ashley. Danielle is straining to pat herself on the back for her civic mindedness and caring nature. She is really doing the world a favor by making sure that Ashley gets the help she needs. Her amiable Greek chorus of Botoxed cronies nod their heads in agreement with her decision to help the needy. It was really charitable of her.