If I wrote the current season of Real Housewives of New Jersey as a novel, it wouldn't be plausible. Danielle as a bride is not plausible. Especially when you see that Dolores is wasting her energy on her ex-husband. Girl, get out there! If Danielle can find a man (or 20-something) to propose, there are guys out there.
Granted, I know we see an edit, but I cannot understand how Danielle's behavior at the bachelorette party AND on the trip to Bimini didn't set off huge red flags for everyone. If you're a middle-aged woman with daughters and you think it's okay to have a stripper -- well, I won't go into it -- I fast-forwarded through that scene.
There's drama that is interesting and there's drama that makes you want to run for the hills. Danielle is that kind of drama. She's like the yeast in the dough that affects everyone around her. She triggers me big time because she reminds me of someone I know. I call it the "Jezebel Spirit" and that kind of person creates chaos and strife wherever they go and people never end up seeing it's them until after the fact.
Didn't Make the Wedding
It's also hard to watch a wedding on television when you know the marriage is already over. But you can't say the guy didn't have one THOUSAND red flags. Not getting along with your kids is the biggest issue, but actually badmouthing your kids? Dude, you deserve her if you don't stand up for your kids. (Eric on "90 Day Fiance" should take note.)
I did love the scene with the new gal explaining Turkish culture. As an Italian Mama, I may want to get her kids in line, but otherwise, I'm enjoying her talk about her sixteen bathrooms. You go girl. And go, and go...
Kacey Musgraves knows...
Anyway, I didn't finish the episode of RHONJ last night. I cannot watch Danielle. It is not entertaining to watch a grown woman act like a spoiled child. Kacey Musgraves has met someone like this too.