The Real Housewives of New Jersey Review: "Bubbies Gone Bad"

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At this point, the sight of Danielle Staub naked is:

  1. Gross.
  2. Commonplace.

Fortunately, last night's episode of The Real Housewives of New Jersey managed to incorporate its perpetually topless star into an hour of flat-out ridiculous reality TV.

What more can you ask for from that angle, right?

Dina Manzo is gone, and quickly forgotten, after last week. Her absence felt like a total non-issue in what was probably the most entertaining episode of Season Two.

Looking to correct the adverse effects of her previous plastic surgeries, Danielle looked to have her boobs reconstructed ... augmented ... who the heck knows really.

So wrong on so many levels.

We just know that we wish she would put 'em away. There's only so much discussion of Danielle's chest, staph infections and various degrees of firmness we can take.

You can't help but laugh in a sick, twisted way when the doctor says "She has one of the biggest deformities ever. It’s depressed." So are we after sitting through this.

Elsewhere, Prince Albie is, like, totally flunking out of law school and Caroline going all civil rights movement about it. These idiots don't live in their own universe at all.

Finally, Teresa Guidice proved to us that being unable to afford an enormous housewarming party for herself should never stop you ... hey, you only live once, right?

In foreclosure, sure. But you only live once.

Teresa is overjoyed at how her palace has been transformed to look like a posh nightclub. Annoyance and sympathy follow on our end, but that's par for the course.

Soon enough, this house will be for sale soon and their little fantasy world will come crumbling down. But enjoy it while you can, and make yourself look cool on TV.

So there you have it. If you want a lawyer who pulled a 2 GPA in law school, or need a party planner who will bankrupt you, or bad plastic surgery, head to Jersey!

Bubbies Gone Bad Review

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