Season 3, Episode 10 ”THERE AROSE SUCH A CLATTER” BravoTV Blogs
Jax Laurita’s blog… here. Meh! Jax don’t have too much to say… but, there’s six pages of it!
“It was a weird vibe this Christmas at Caroline’s with all the cameras there. Not everybody showed up because of the cameras and those that did were too aware of them. Unlike us seasoned professionals who are completely comfortable with embarrassing ourselves on national TV, some family members are just not comfortable with it.”
Tree Joodice’s UNEDITED BY BRAVO blog… here.
Kathy Wakile’s blog… here. Kathy gives all non-Catholics the reason for the seven fishes Christmas Eve dinner. Here’s what’s puzzling, though… they’re all so “Catholic,” but none of them mentions attending Mass. Yes, they can go on Christmas Day; however, it’s traditional to attend midnight Mass on Christmas Eve. (Sign of the cross, “Thank you Jesus,” blowing kisses to the sky or whatever… )
Kathy also relates some interesting back story re Teresa and JoGo’s father and how he got to the US…
“During one of my father’s visits back to Italy to see his sister, my dad decided he was going to sponsor my Uncle Giacinto to come to America. After all he was still single and didn’t have any attachments in Italy. It was a great opportunity for him to have a more successful future. When my Uncle Giacinto came to this country he lived with us. I still remember those days like they were yesterday. Whenever I see Joey Gorga and Gia together it sparks great memories in me, because my siblings and I were equally fond of my uncle.”
Jay Mohr’s blog… here. Guess he’s making up for last week. That really wasn’t his fault, though… Bravo did not send him last week’s episode. Anyway, here’s what he has to say about Ashley:
“I am running out of things to write about Ashley. It isn’t even fun anymore. It’s painfully obvious that Jacqueline and Chris are exceptional parents. To see Ashley treat them this way week after week makes me not even want her on the show. She isn’t even fun to root against anymore. Ashley, God bless you, you’re on your own as far as you and me are concerned. “
Teresa Giudice’s blog… here. Re Juicy:
”He put up with Melissa’s brother-in-law yanking his chain about owing him money. He kept his mouth shut as Melissa’s sisters were grinding against my little brother on the dance floor (um, nasty). He didn’t say one disrespectful thing or act like anything but a gentleman.”
Note to Tree: “my little brother”… are you serious? Maybe that is the problem. Stop thinking of JoGo as your “little brother” and start thinking of him as an adult man… an adult, responsible human being.
Caroline Manzo blog… here.
“Hello again! Sorry for the late blog, I was in Chicago over the weekend to celebrate my brother Jamie’s civil union with his partner of thirteen years. What a wonderful time, I was so happy to see Jamie and Rich finally have the opportunity to have their commitment to each other recognized.”
Melissa Gorga’s blog… here.
“Finally, I wanted to clear up all those nanny rumors out there. I read in more than one place that I have two nannies, a live in maid, and a cook…. Not true! You saw Silvina, who was our au pair for six months on the show. She was here from Argentina going to school and babysitting for me whenever I needed her to. She is so beautiful, I actually can’t believe I let a young girl that beautiful live in my house ( that’s so not like me)! She was so sad that night because she missed her family… It was going to be her first Christmas without them. I brought her with us because I didn’t want her to be alone. We treated her like she was our teenage daughter. We loved her. She went back to Argentina about four months ago and we haven’t had another nanny since. I do the cooking and cleaning in my house just like the rest of the world. So it’s not true that I have an army of help.”