Jacqueline is going to the wedding, as is Teresa, since she is Jaime's friend. Little Gabriella whispers something in Teresa's ear and Teresa confirms that yes, a couple of gay guys are getting married. Little terrorist Milania yells out, "They kiss!" Jacqueline notes that at the moment things are bad between Caroline and Teresa, but they are grown adults and should be able to co-exist peacefully. HAHAHA. Teresa isn't worried about it either, because she and Caroline are completely cordial with each other. This is foreshadowing of doom, right? Teresa then -- wait for it -- tells Jacqueline that Joe Gorga texted her and suggested that they go see a -- wait for it, again -- physical therapist together. Jacqueline looks momentarily confused, and likely wonders if Teresa has a hamstring issue. Eventually she figures it out, though, and tells us that she personally is a big believer in therapy, but it's not going to be effective if you're not open to it and just shift blame the whole time. Jacqueline points out to Teresa that if you keep shoving things under the rug without getting to the root of a problem, the same things will keep resurfacing. Teresa yells that she doesn't have a problem with Joe. Jacqueline calls bullshit, but not to Teresa's face.
And then it's time to go for pizza with the Wakiles and Rosie. Rich tells us that Rosie was afraid to come out to him, because she thought that he might keep her from seeing the kids. This of course did not come to pass, and Rich says that in fact their relationship is better than ever now that Rosie doesn't have a big closeted chip on her shoulder. Rosie sits with Victoria and Joseph and tells them about how when her father was dying, he expressed worry that she wouldn't get married and would be alone. And then she's crying, and Victoria is crying, and she talks about how she went through the coming out process by herself, but that she's on the right track, baby, because she was born this way. The kids are obviously sympathetic and accepting, and Rosie says that thought it's still hard for her, she doesn't want it to affect her relationship with them. She asks if they have any questions, and Joseph asks if homosexual people have gaydar. That is way milder than what I was expecting from him.