The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7 Episode 3 Recap: A Reunion For the Ages

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What did Teresa have to say to Jacqueline? That was the key question on The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7 Episode 3 ...

If you watch The Real Housewives of New Jersey online, you know Jacque is being set up as the main antagonist this season on Bravo.

Well, The Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7 Episode 3 proved this and then some as Laurita and Giudice came face to face.

It was, as Teresa Giudice would say, "world wind."

Yes, she says that instead of whirlwind. Unreal.

We kid ... about it being a whirlwind. She really does say world wind, but compared to prison, a confrontation with Jacque is a picnic.

Tre revealed that in prison, the handmade dildos were fashioned out of gloves, maxi pads and toothbrush and "whatever else" is available.

The more you know. Cue NBC PSA logo/music.

Giudice relayed this to Jacqueline Laurita "because I know she's kinky and she likes sex toys," she said, and for fans' pleasure of course.

But getting down to business, Jacqueline showed up at Teresa's uninvited, which led to the pair rehashing everything that's gone down.

Again, that has been A LOT of stuff.

The longtime friends have seen everything fall apart in front of the TV cameras, and find themselves at a crossroads again right here.

Will they find a way through this?

Giudice says that at "camp" (she can't say prison?) she read a lot of books, including the Bible, and learned to forgive and move on.

She is nothing if not the bigger person.

"I used to not be able to forgive. It was hard for me," Tre said. "They say you're supposed to be able to forgive. I wrote it from my heart."

"I didn't just write it to write it."

When Teresa asked about Nicholas, Jacqueline's son, Laurita lost it - in a good way, embracing her old friend like the very best of times.

"I missed you Lucy," she said. 

"Missed you too, Ethel," Teresa said, and all was right with the world again, or at least it seems to be heading in that general direction.

"Teresa and I, we've been through a lot and we have a lot of history together. That history is not going away," Jacqueline told the cameras.

For now.

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