It's a big night for The Real Housewives of New Jersey and their families as they do "The Jersey Side Step" right out of the state. Can Melissa play to a crowd? Will the Manzo boys stay sober long enough to get some work done? We recap it all in this week's THG +/- review.

We start off small with Kathy heading over to an ice cream store in Paterson to ask them to taste her cookies but she complains when Rich takes over. Minus 8. If she really didn't want him to interfere she should have left him at home. 

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Kate Gosselin's missing the bygone era when she was a reality TV star traveling the world with her brood, according to a recent Twitter missive. So much so, she even watches old episodes of the old days ... we can't decide if that's sweetly nostalgic or just sad.

The mother of eight Tweeted:

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The mystery behind Sage Stallone's death will, unfortunately, remain unsolved for at least another month or so.

An autopsy has been performed on the 36-year old son of actor Sylvester Stallone, who was found dead in his home on Friday, but a spokesman for the Los Angeles County Coroner tells CNN it still requires the results of toxicology tests. This typically takes six weeks. 

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True Blood debuted fresh footage from Season 5 and talked about a great deal of sex to come at yesterday's Comic-Con Q&A.

The cast and creator of everyone's favorite HBO thriller gathered in Ballroom 20 in front of thousands of fans and Alan Ball held little back in terms of the between-the-sheets shenanigans on tap.

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The sad situation in which Usher now finds himself with ex-wife Tameka Foster may soon grow a lot sadder:

According to TMZ sources, Foster may be forced to take her 11-year old son off life support as early as next month, with medical bills piling up and her insurance company only promising to pay them for a set period of time.

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Saudi Arabia will send female athletes to the London Olympics this summer, ending the ultra-conservative Muslim country’s record of not doing so.

The decision, announced Thursday by the IOC, means every country competing in the London games will include women athletes for the first time in history.

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