This is a family conflict RHONJ The Season 12 reunion was so heated that Andy Cohen had to apologize to Teresa.
Teresa’s insult to Joe Gorgar leaves their mark, causing him to storm the stage.
What’s more, Joe announced that he had “left” the show, apparently tired of the endless drama.
But has he changed his mind after all the apologies? Did we really see Joe last?
Jennifer Aiden called Joe Gorga a “son of a bitch.”
He and Teresa Guidos both went after him, attacking his masculinity with insulting insults.
Why? Because he protects his wife. They don’t like him, so they arm poisonous masculinity to embarrass him for being a good husband.
Impressions are gained in a fluid, global, diffused way.
It’s a twisted meaning, and based on old and highly unhealthy notions about gender that weren’t mainstream among generations.
Joe corrected Jennifer, telling her that keeping his wife on his feet was part of what makes him a good man.
Jennifer was bad enough to repeatedly call Joe a “Beach Boy”, but Teresa really left him.
“I’m finished. Fk you man,” Joe declared. “You know what? I gave up.”
He stormed behind the stage, and only when Andy claimed that Teresa was going to be nice to him – he tried – to smooth things out.
Since the reunion, Joe has explained how he felt about Teresa’s hypocrisy.
Luis Ruelas, after all, is a hot topic and involved in numerous on-screen conversations.
“But isn’t he a dog to do it on national TV?” Joe asked in a recent podcast interview with his wife.
However, Teresa defended herself, claiming that she was only answering questions.
On screen and off screen, he was adamant that he did not insult or humiliate his brother.
But, as Andy pointed out from behind the scenes, Teresa can’t tell Joe when she was insulted.
Joe actually “left” after a tragic collision with his niece, Gear, much earlier this season.
Although some very strange people thought it was inappropriate for Gear to stand up for Joe (because of their age or because they were relatives – it was never clear), they came to a decent decision.
However, Joe was so upset by what he said about his father that Gia was so upset that he stopped filming the show for a few weeks.
That said, there is no indication right now that Joe has left the show.
There is no indication that he will return in 13 seasons.
If he resigns, what will that mean for Melissa? For Teresa? Joe could be the first domino in a major casting shakeup … or maybe he needs time to cool down.
A casting shakeup seems unlikely, however, because this particular show hasn’t suffered as much as some of the other franchises in recent years.
In New York and Orange County, the combination of misfortune and the COVID-19 epidemic has downgraded ratings – because public spaces are essential to the show’s character.
One of the advantages of filming in New Jersey, one might joke, is that you know the audience is there for the cast, not the backdrop.