But back to other new girlfriends! At the Wakile family dinner, Brianne explains that she runs a restaurant in the city. She initially wanted to do pediatric cardiac surgery, but is too emotional for it. Okay, Brianne, I'm only going to say this one time: RUN. I do enjoy Rosie, but in the two minutes in which we've known Brianne it's become clear that she's much too good for this whole scene. Kathy admits that she's a little bit on edge about everything, because going by the laws of lesbian relationships, Brianne has brought a U-Haul to dinner. And there is no room at Kathy's inn! Rosie, who is clearly a relationship neophyte, explains to the table that when she first met Brianne she fell in love with her. Everyone is like WHOA, and Rosie is like, not fell in LOVE in LOVE. Rosie and Kathy's mom is the coolest member of the family, and Richie tells us that she just wants Rosie to be happy, whether it's friends, whether it's emotional, or whether it's muff diving. Yes, Rich Wakile just said "muff diving." This show should come with a Silkwood shower.
Meanwhile, Joe and Melissa and the elder Chris Manzo arrive at Greg's party, and everyone jokes about how Joe is gay and then he grabs Chris's junk. It's SO hot. If only Joe Giudice were there to drop an f-bomb and make the night complete. Jacqueline and Lauren arrive with Greg, and it's all "Surprise!" but then it's time to get to the real purpose of this event -- for Lauren to meet Lindsey. The only thing Lauren can say is a clenched, "You're very pretty." Christopher Manzo just laughs and laughs. Albie explains to us that everyone thinks that Caroline is the beast, but in fact it's Lauren. Lauren forgets about Lindsey long enough to complain about Caroline and the new business. She at no point mentions the name "Caface." They basically tell her that the Manzos are hard-asses when it comes to business, and also to suck it up since Caroline is bankrolling the whole thing.