Back at the Manzo Sunday dinner, talk turns to Albie's new girlfriend. Apparently Albie is a bit of a player, and hasn't dated anyone seriously in a few years. This one might be different, though. Lauren tells us that unlike SOME people who shall not be named, she's not jealous of the girls her brothers date. She's become very good friends with some of the girls Albie has dated, but then things get weird when he eventually cheats on them or whatever. Greg is at the family dinner for no reason, per usual. Chris asks what Ashle(y)(e) has been up to, and Jacqueline says that she has a new tattoo of a skull head. That sounds about right. She got it to commemorate her attachment to a local bar that technically I think she's too young to even be in. Caroline hopes that one day that tattoo will be a reminder to Ashle(y)(e) of what an ass she was in her younger years. It will at the least be a reminder to all of us! She theorizes that with her blonde hair and tattoos and lip injections, Ashle(y)(e) is trying not to look like her mother. Oh, Jesus, the LIPS. Ashle(y)(e) is moving to California, and no one's really sure if she can make it on her own, but also they really don't want to offer her any help and DEFINITELY do not want her to come back home. It's a conundrum!
Back at the Wakile Sunday dinner, Kathy admits that she and Rosie have gotten into their share of ugly fights, and there was a time when Rosie thought that Kathy didn't include her in her heart. Kathy assures us that this was not the case, and that until Rosie accepted herself she couldn't really sustain fulfilling relationships even with family members. Rosie and Kathy's mother then talks about how her parents totally gave her to her childless aunt. Like, GAVE HER to the aunt. So, things in this family have been totally fucked for many, many generations. She talks about how she could never imagine doing that to her own children, and everyone cries except for Rich. Rich notes that grandma doesn't hold grudges, which is a sharp contrast to their insane cousins. Kathy hopes that her kids aren't as insane as everyone else in the family. Has she met Joseph?