Back at the Gorga house, Joe explains to Melissa's mom and aunts that therapy with Teresa was a horrible experience, because the therapist didn't say anything. Except that they should forget about the past and move forward and that Joe should talk to himself and play with his mind before going to his sister's house. Okay, first of all, none of this is what the therapist said. And second, Joe would only find therapy successful if the therapist told Teresa that she was totally wrong, and that as penance she should wash Joe's feet with her hair. Therapy is not for them, Joe says, and they're not going back. Somewhere in New Jersey, there is a very relieved therapist. But Joe and Teresa are going to move on and work on it themselves. Because that's worked out so well in the past! Melissa's mom and aunts seem totally sensible, by the way. It's so rare on this show that I felt it deserved a note.
Back at the Giudice house, Teresa tells Joe that the therapist suggested reinstituting Sunday dinners. She also thinks that their foray into therapy is done, mostly because the therapist didn't like her. Back at the Gorga house, Melissa tells Joe that if the therapist suggested having Sunday dinners, she'll do it. Joe says that he's playing football on the coming Sunday, and Melissa tells him that he's not, because it's Sunday and he's a family man. And everyone will love it. Except for when they get in a screaming fight and someone flips the ham. Sigh.