The Real Housewives of New Jersey wrapped up its debut season with the most explosive season finale in Bravo history. First, we witnessed a dinner unlike any other in "The Last Supper." All the five housewives attended Teresa's end of the year party where friendly banter turned ugly as Danielle brought out the controversial "book" while shocking secrets came out and alliances were formed. Then, we saw the ladies as they sat down with Bravo's Andy Cohen for a two-part explosive Reunion Special where the New Jersey Housewives finally let it all out on the table. Think you already saw the best moments from The Real Housewives of New Jersey? Think again!
Tonight, Bravo will be bringing back all five women, Danielle, Teresa, Caroline, Dina and Jacqueline in our TV screens for yet another drama-filled hour. Andy Cohen will dig up leftover material to host an exclusive look at the "Lost Footage" from the first season of The Real Housewives of New Jersey
. Bubbies, botox and books are just some of the topics discussed in this special installment. And while viewers can expect unseen footage from the inaugural season, a video of Danielle's bathroom escapades will not be included.
When we last saw The Real Housewives of New Jersey
, Danielle found herself with her foot in her mouth after constantly accusing Dina of trying to ruin her life when Dina's big sis, Caroline, admitted she was the one who uncovered the book exposing Danielle's criminal past.
Although Dina accepted Danielle's apology without throwing a fit, Cohen says he's not sure that her forgiveness was completely genuine.
"My take on the whole situation is that Dina really did not want to deal with rehashing all of the negativity at the reunion," Cohen told OK! magazine.
"And I think that's part of why she was willing just to accept it. And furthermore, I think that she was just scared of further engaging Danielle."
Caroline became furious at Dina for accepting the apology, referencing an act that Danielle committed against Dina that was "beyond necessary, beyond reasonable [and] beyond hurtful."
The act was never named and did not appear in the series, and Cohen is remaining mum on the issue.
"I have a sense of what went down, but I won't say what it is. I know, just out of respect for the women, they don't want it out there," he said.
Whether or not this "act" will surface on tonight's "Lost Footage" remains to be seen. -Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist
Source: Bravo, OK!(Image courtesy of Bravo)