In the wake of Danielle's ridiculous behavior at the event at the Brownstone, people are lining up like the generic nannies in Mary Poppins to talk to her about it.
Meanwhile, in a sub-sub-plot, Theresa's daughter, Gia, does poorly at an audition for a feature film. Her agent tells her that, among other things, she needs to lose the Jersey accent. Gia does poorly at that as well.
Kim confronts Danielle about her entourage calling Chris a faggot (allegedly). Danielle, a "gay advocate" uses the defense, "he wasn't calling a gay man a faggot!"
At Danielle's birthday party, her friends try to tell her not to freak out and Danielle, Queen of Reason, responds by freaking out.
In the name of children with cancer, Dina decides to be the hundredth person in line to confront Danielle.
In lieu of confrontation, Jacqueline's daughter Ashley has set up "hate pages" on Facebook against Danielle, who found them (because everyone is on Facebook, ASHLEY). Danielle turns this into Ashley sending her a text message threatening her life. In the game of Danielle vs. the 18-year-old, Ashley ends up taking the higher of the two low grounds.
Dina calls Danielle to meet for drinks. Danielle decides to have Danny, the ex-con who happens to be suit shopping with her, around for protection.
Meanwhile, at the Big Italian Family Dinner, Ashley brings up the "D" word. The family decides that, although her method wasn't the smoothest, Ashley was protecting the family so they will fuhgeddaboudit. They also plan to fuhgeddaboutDanielle.
Dina goes to the meeting to cut Danielle out, Danielle goes expecting an apology. Dina: "I'd like to form some boundaries" Danielle: "you think you're better than me?" Another successful communication with Danielle.
Check back tomorrow for Lessons Learned (from this episode, and from Danielle)!
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