What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction

Tonight is the Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction of Defensive Back Jackie Butler, Defensive End/Linebacker Chris Doleman, Center Dermontti Dawson, Defensive Lineman Cortez Kennedy, Offensive Tackle Willie Roaf, and Running back Curtis Martin. You can watch that in between watching the Olympics.

1. XXX Summer Olympics. Events include Soccer: Men's quarterfinals, Japan vs. Egypt, Mexico vs. Senegal, Brazil vs. Honduras, and Great Britain vs. Republic of Korea. Men's Water Polo: Montenegro vs. Romania. Badminton. Weightlifting. Track and Field: Men's 20k walk. 6:00 AM CT MSNBC

2. XXX Summer Olympics. Events include Track and Field finals: Men's 10,000m final. Tennis: Women's final. Men's Beach volleyball, USA vs. Russia. Men's volleyball, USA vs. Russia. Men's Water Polo, USA vs. Serbia. Cycling: Track final. Rowing finals, and women's trampoline final. 8:00 AM CT NBC

3. PGA Tour Golf. Third round of the WGC Bridgestone Invitational from Firestone Country Club in Akron, OH. 1:00 PM CT CBS

4. Auto Racing: American Le Mans Series. American Le Mans Series from Lexington, OH. 1:00 PM CT ABC

5. XXX Summer Olympics. Boxing: Elimination bouts 2:30 PM CT CNBC

6. 2012 Pro Football Hall of Fame Induction. 6:00 PM CT ESPN

7. NYC 22. In the first hour, a bodega owner shoots men accused of his daughter's kidnapping, Lazarus is affected by muggings at a prep school, and White House and Jackpot bring an injured prisoner to the hospital. In the second hour, Lazarus investigates a person's disappearance after they help him save a boy from a fire, Tonya and Ahmad go undercover, and Kenny and Jackpot are cornered by an alligator. 7:00 PM CT CBS

8. XXX Summer Olympics. Swimming finals: Mene's and women's 4x100m medley relays, women's 50m freestyle. Track and field finals: Women's 100m, Men's long jump. Women's beach volleyball, USA vs. Netherlands. Diving: Women's springboard semifinal. 7:00 PM CT NBC

9. Norbit. Eddie Murphy tries to pull off the success of Nutty Professor, playing multiple roles, but doesn't quitei cut it. 7:00 PM CT ABC

10. UFC: Shogun vs. Vera. Mauricio Ru vs. Brandon Vera, Lyoto Machida vs. Ryan Bader, Joe Lauzon vs. Jamie Varner, and DaMarques Johnson vs. Mike Swick. 7:00 PM CT Fox

11. 20/20 on TLC. In the first hour, a millionaire is murdered in the Hamptons just before divorcing his wife. In the second hour, a man falls into alcohol, sex, and madness that eventually leads to murder. In the last hour, a criminal knows every trick that the police use. 7:00 PM CT TLC

12. My Cat From Hell. A ferocious cat prevents family members from visiting, and a Russian blue cat has it out for her owner's boyfriend. 7:00 PM CT Animal Planet

13. NASCAR Racing: Nationwide Series. U.S. Cellular 250 from Iowa Speedway in Newton, IA 7:00 PM CT ESPN2

14. Welcome to Sweetie Pie's: An Extra Slice. Lil' Charles goes back to work, Miss Robbie gives Jazzmin her job back, and Tim and Jenae's father bond. 8:00 PM CT OWN

15. Bad Dog! A curious cat inspects every inch of its home, a terrier steals its owner's food and hides it in the backyard, and a tiny chihuahua is tougher than he looks. 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

16. Bad Teacher. A teacher can't wait to get out of a job she hates, but when her rich boyfriend dumps her, she sets her sights on a cute, rich substitute, but will have to compete for him with one of her sweet colleagues. 8:00 PM CT Starz

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Olympic Track and Field Starts

One week into the XXX Summer Olympics, the Track Field competitions will start tonight with the Men's Shotput final. Plus, we continue with multiple swimming events, diving, and volleyball. Catch up on your favorite shows you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. Nick Lachey is the guest cohost, and Amy Adams, Vanessa L. Williams, and Dr. Arthur Agatston are the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. XXX Summer Olympics. Swimming Finals: Men's 100m butterfly, Men's 50m freestyle, Women's 200m backstroke, Women's 800m freestyle. Track and Field: Men's Shotput Final. Diving: Women's springboard. Volleyball: Women's, USA vs. Serbia. Trampoline: Men's. 6:00 PM CT NBC

3. Tyler Perry's House of Payne. In the first half hour, “Payneful Realization.” In the second half hour, “Trial and Tribulation.” 7:00 PM CT TBS

4. 20/20. Billionaires showing how they became successful, free sperm via the Internet, and a family with three wives and two dozen kids. 8:00 PM CT ABC

5. Tyler Perry's For Better or Worse. In the first half hour, “The Grand Opening.” In the second half hour, “The New Employee.” 8:00 PM CT TBS

6. Super Saver Showdown. Mexican fiesta vs. backyard Southern barbecue. 8:00 PM CT OWN

7. Say Yes to the Dress. In the first half hour, Holly Robinson Peete renews her vows, Devon arrives with her fiancé, Duane Brown, and Taya has an engagement to Adam Koets. In the second half hour, Kelly wants to wear red, Beth goes to the opposite of traditional, and Ashley wants her guests to always remember her gown. 8:00 PM CT TLC

8. America's Most Wanted. 8:00 PM CT Lifetime

9. Common Law. Wes admits to having erotic dreams including Dr. Ryan, and Dr. Ryan's fiancé might have info about a dead body. 9:00 PM CT USA

10. Lost Girl. Bo investigates a case undercover as a high school teacher, and Kenzi has regrets over not offering to help. 9:00 PM CT USA

11. Real Life: The Musical. Marilu Henner's son wants to thank one of his teacher's for changing his life. 9:00 PM CT OWN

12. Randy to the Rescue. Theo gets a steampunk makeover from Randy, Laura wants to incorporate some Kardashian wedding style, and Christina wants the balance of sexy, yet appropriate. 9:00 PM CT TLC

13. Chasing UFOs. A Kennedy Space Center alien investigation. 9:00 PM CT National Geographic

14. Boxing. Ty Barnett vs. Mercito Gesta. 9:00 PM CT ESPN 2

 

Big Brother Live Feeds, Aug. 3 – Endurance Comp Spoiler

It was time for an endurance comp this season on Big Brother. We needed to see what these people were made of. We know what Boogie, Dan, Janelle, and Britney are made out of now that they're officially in the game as players, but we aren't too sure about the rest of them when it comes to endurance. Although to me, this type of endurance, similar to the surfboard challenge and others, always benefits the same players.

Everyone stays on the planks originally for quite a long time. Boogie is initially saying he will stay up there for awhile, but would eventually drop. Yet, he seems reluctant to let go. Initially they're all having fun up there. Someone is doing Blues Clues quotes, and they are also singing Rock the Boat. Everyone finds it amusing when someone farts.

True to his word, Boogie does drop off intentionally after just one hour. Jenn follows almost immediately after. It seems like everyone just waits for someone to be the first. She walks around for awhile with her arms in that position as if she is still holding onto the bar. Joe drops out shortly after her. They're locked out of the house. Boogie has an energy bar he pulls out of his pocket that he offers to the others. It's a little waterlogged. He also spends this time telling anyone who will listen that he thinks Dan is the only coach to hit the Reset Button.

Just under two hours into the competition, Ashley drops, followed by Dan. He lounges around in the water for awhile, then crawls up to “shore,” and lays by himself before joining the others sitting on the sidelines. Frank is the next to take an energy bar break. It's obvious who was working together here. Despite the energy burst, he falls out shortly after two hours in.

The only houseguests left on their planks are Shane, Wil, Danielle, Janelle, Britney, and Ian. Boogie starts complaining loudly about the rules, and Frank picks it up as well. Janelle is wrapping her arms, and Wil is standing sideways. They thought that wasn't allowed. They keep harping on it, and eventually the voice of Big Brother clarifies that it's not against the rules, but is just a safety precaution. Eventually everyone left is hanging on by wrapping their arms.

Shane keeps yelling out in pain, but still hangs on. It's clear he is only hanging on by pure will and determination. Wil is struggling as well, yet starts mouthing something to Shane. Eventually the two of them drop off together at the same time. Shane seems barely alive, and Wil and Joe come over with towels for him. Three minutes later, Janelle drops out, and Wil drapes a towel around her.

Britney and Ian start talking. Are they working on a deal? It's just them and Danielle left. Everyone knew Britney was good at this type of thing, but we didn't know about Ian and Danielle. However, this comp always seems to favor the smaller people, so it does stand to reason.

The house is opened up and everyone goes in to use the bathroom, take showers, and find food. Joe starts gathering food to cook … something. The other three continue to hang on. Ian even manages to do a 360 out there, turning around to face the wall, then turning back around the other way. Britney works on trying to get him to drop, but he says he wants to see pictures of his family too.

Just after three hours in, Danielle and Britney promise that Ian is safe. He wants a promise that he also won't be a replacement or be backdoored. They promise, and he jumps off. Seconds later, Britney jumps as well. Dan grabs Danielle and helps her off, then falls on top of her in the water. Shane comes over and congratulates her as well, perhaps a little more so than a guy should who is saying he doesn't want a showmance. Things change when she's holding his fate in her hands, huh?

A final three group shower commences later when Britney is showering and Ian needs help getting his unitard off. Danielle then walks into the same shower with them. Is this the type of action he gets at Tulane? Will Danielle shake up the house? Probably not. She'll do exactly what Shane and Dan tell her to do, but I'd love for her to prove me wrong.

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Big Brother 14, Aug. 2 – As Willie Says ‘I Told You So’

We have two exciting things to be decided tonight on Big Brother. Of course the first is who will be eliminated, Frank or Joe. The second is if the coaches will be let into the game or not. I'd love to see it to shake things up a bit, but I just hope it wouldn't become too predictable. And if it happens, Willie is going to be sitting there at home saying, “I told you so.”

After Shane took Ashley off the block and replaced her with Frank, Boogie talks about his concrete deal with Shane to put two of Janelle's players on the block. He felt they were good to go until tonight, but not only did he remove Ashley from the block, he put up Frank. Boogie is a little perturbed that they're going to make him go back to work this week. Ashley is happy and doesn't think it could have worked out any better.

Frank isn't happy, and is pretty sure he has two votes against him, Wil and Ashley, but knows he'll have two votes, Jenn and Ian, and he figures Danielle is a swing vote. Shane tells him he's good, but it's not true, as he's his number one target this week. Danielle thinks this is the best move to date in the game, and promises to work close with Shane. Shane apologizes to Joe, who then says being on the block is not for kids, but he's feeling a little bit better being on the block with Frank. I'm pretty sure he doesn't mean because they're such good buddies.

Frank finds Boogie and tells him “they” don't want him out. Boogie asks if he knew he was going to be nominated, and he didn't, but he did have a feeling that if it changed, it would be him. Shane promised him he's safe, but it worries Frank only because it's just going to make the others think about taking him out. Boogie wishes Frank would have told him, saying he kind of needs to be on the inside.

Boogie has a DR session, saying “Big Brother Coaches Frustration 101. If one of my players knows there's going to be a big shakeup in the game, you may want to tell me!” Boogie tells Frank he doesn't like the lack of trust thing and wonders what he has to do to show them they're down.

Britney enters to talk to Boogie telling him she's knows he's pissed. He tells her he doesn't know what's going on, but Frank just told him to relax. Britney explains when she asked Ian if he was going to put up Shane next week, his words were, “It's not in the foreseeable plans.” Boogie just thinks Ian needs to be more careful with his words, but Britney doesn't like finicky word choices.

Britney knows Boogie is freaking out thinking Frank is a target, which he is, but she doesn't think he needs to know that. Boggie isn't mad, but is worried others will try to get him out. Britney says they have Danielle, so he's safe. She loves Ian, so she doesn't want him to be in trouble with Boogie, who just wants to shake that kid.

Wil, Britney, Shane, Ashley, and Janelle are in the HoH, and Shane tells them how hard it was, saying his heart was pounding. Ashley believes it takes balls. Britney mentions it's a big move in the game that so rarely happens, as people always take the safe route. Ashley mentions the spiritual road you're taught to go through an awkward feeling to get good results. She furthers this explanation, but the others are trying to hold in their laughter. Shane feels it will either be the biggest or the stupidest move and thinks it will dictate everything from now on. Britney tells him if he doesn't want him to win the half million dolars, it's the only thing.

Ian paces around the Have Not room, talking to himself saying he doesn't know what just happened. Frank is probably his strongest ally there, so it's bad news. Boogie tells Frank they just need to chill for four days, because you never know in this game. Ian enters, and Boogie and Frank ask him about what was said to Britney. His words are a little different than what she said happened, as he uses the words “definitely not,” instead of “not in the foreseeable plans.”

Frank tells Ian he needs to be direct, yes or no, and Ian explains he didn't want to write a check he couldn't cash. Boogie explains that in the BB house, you can bounce checks! Calming down, he says that Shane and Britney have a lot of power over Danielle, and she is all they need, and it's done.

Britney talks about her menstrual cramps, and says if labor is more painful than this, she can't deal with it. Janelle explains labor is the worst pain ever. Britney asks if she cried, but Janelle answers, “I don't cry.” Britney doubts this, asking if she really didn't cry when she got evicted in third place twice. Janelle says she didn't. Britney asks if she were at a stranger's funeral would she cry, and Janelle doesn't think she would. Britney just thinks she doesn't have a lot of emotions, and sees it as a definite advantage in the game. If Janelle starts to get said, she just changes her emotion. Okay.

Janelle, Joe, and Wil talk outside, and she says she is excited for Thursday to come. Despite being on the block, Joe feels it's been a good day. Janelle tells them Frank is a liar and that she doesn't believe anything he says. Wil doesn't think Frank is vindictive, but Janelle sees him as pure evil. She tells Wil that Frank leaving is the best case scenario and a huge move for him.

Janelle talks about her Operation Kickass this week to save him Wil weeks in a row. He doesn't believe this. He doesn't think he's safe only because of her. She asks if it's an endurance comp and is down to him and Ian if he would offer him a deal. She tells him it's not just physical and is concnetration as well. He's starting to get fed up with her, as he thinks she's being condescending. He gets up and goes to bed, and Joe wonders what his deal is. Janelle thinks he's just a bitchy guy.

The next morning, Wil asks Joe what he thinks about Janelle right now. Joe doesn't understand what went down between the two of them the night before, but does say that Janelle was nervous about Wil. Wil mentions that she had said the only reason he was still in the game is because she was keeping him there. Joe is now worried because one of his sure votes this week is in a fight with their coach. Wil says they didn't come there to win her $100,000. Joe doesn't think she meant it that way at all.

Joe talks to Ashley and tells her what is going down between Janelle and Wil. She is astonished. He's worried that Wil has already joined the other side. They bring Janelle into the conversation. She doesn't understand why Wil is mad at her and doesn't understand how Wil took it that way. Joe tells her they're in serious jeopardy. Ashley just doesn't get it. Janelle knows it means the end for her if Wil votes out Joe, as she'd be losing two players. And, well, that leaves her with just Ashley.

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Will the BB Coaches Enter the Game?

The big question tonight is whether the coaches on Big Brother are going to enter the game. After they've given all their secrets away to their teams, will they now be fighting against them? It was looking like either someone from Janelle's or Boogie's team would win. Will one of them win now? Check in with other favorite shows you may have missed at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. Nick Lachey is the guest cohost, and Caroline Rhea, Joey Fatone, and Dr. Joel Fuhrman are the guests. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. XXX Summer Olympics. Women's Gymnastics All-Around Final, Swimming Finals: Men's 200m backstroke, men's 200m individual medley, women's 200m breaststroke, women's 100m freestyle. Men's volleyball, USA vs. Brazil. Rowing, women's eights. 7:00 PM CT ABC

3. Big Brother. Either Frank or Joe will be voted out, and a new Head of Household will be decided after a competition. 8:00 PM CT NBC

4. Wipeout. Obstacles include Batter Up, Panic Hammocks, and the Spin Psycho. 8:00 PM CT ABC

5. Auction Kings. The Gallery 63 crew auction off a piece of history from the 60s classic film “Cleopatra” and an 1800s doctor's buggy. It'll take a barbecue for the crew to convince Paul that a pig and a longhorn-shaped smoker should be allowed up on his auction block. 8:00 PM CT Discovery

6. Burn Notice. Sam agrees to lend help to the son of his girlfriend, and Michael and Fiona reconnect while going after the saboteur. 8:00 PM CT USA

7. The First 48. Witnesses fail to identify the killer of a teenager, and a man claims he isn't behind the shooting death of an innocent bystander 8:00 PM CT A&E

8. Four Weddings. In the first hour, Mariana has a paper-flower backdrop, MyChelle uses both a DJ And a percussionist, Stephanie wears a pre-owned designer gown, and Diana has a birdcage veil. In the second hour, Renee incorporates a minimal menu, while Sabrina goes with a full Italian feast, Jenn begins with signature drinks, and Shannon vodka snow cones and cotton candy. 8:00 PM CT TLC

9. Trip Flip Bert Kreischer takes Seattle residents Sean and Kiersten to Edinburgh, Scotland for a well-deserved surprise vacation. First, they receive five-star accommodations at the Malmaison Hotel in downtown Edinburgh. And their over-the-top activities include cliff diving, learning to play the bagpipes and a lesson in falconry with giant birds of prey! 8:00 PM CT Animal Planet

10. Project Runway “Welcome Back (or not) to the Runway.” 7:00 PM CT Lifetime

11. Anger Management. One of Charlie's prison anger therapy patients appears on his doorstep, and Jennifer gets back at Charlie by going out with an ex-con. 8:30 PM CT FX

12. Sullivan & Son. With Jack working on his abandonment issues with Steve, Owen sets out to find his real dad, and Hank and Carol try to cover up an old secret. 9:00 PM CT TBS

13. Suits. Harvey asks the help of a former colleague to prove the firm's case. 9:00 PM CT USA

14. Wilfred. Wilfred and Ryan's friendship gets threatened during an encounter. 9:00 PM CT FX

15. Cajun Justice. In the first half hour, Deputy Bergeron thinks motorcycle thieves have come back, a woman reports striking a bride with her car, and two women are trapped in a car that is sinking. In the second half hour, a property is filled with booby traps and has an alligator for a guard dog, two residents argue about roadkill, and Deputy Thibodeaux investigates a goat theft. 9:00 PM CT A&E

16. Great Lake Warriors. With over a million pounds of cargo, Captain John gets caught in a storm, Captain Ted goes on a 100-mile run through a graveyard of wrecked ships, an Captain Mike Ojard and his family risk their lives. 9:00 PM CT HISTORY

17. Snooki & JWOWW. Jenni and Roger are still fighting, the ladies take him and Jionni to a drag show, and Snooki and Jionni go to an engagement dinner with their families. 9:00 PM CT MTV

18. Louie. Louie meets a comedian and has a bad day with a kid. 9:30 PM CT FX

19. Awkward. Jenna wonders if she'll be more clear about her feelings if she has sex with Jake. 9:30 PM CT MTV

20. Conan. Will Ferrell and Tenacious D are the guests tonight. 10:00 PM CT TBS

 

What’s Hot on TV Tonight – Gymnastics, Swimming, and Diving

It couldn't have been a better feel good moment last night watching those young girls win Olympic gold for in the Team Gymnastics. Tonight the guys compete for All-Around, with swimming and diving competitions as well. Check out your other favorite shows at TV-Links.

1. Live! With Kelly. The guest cohost today is Nick Lachey, and the guests today include Carson Kressley, Dr. Mike Moreno, and Joss Stone. Syndicated, check local listings.

2. MLB Baseball. Detroit Tigers at Boston Red Sox. 7:00 PM CT ESPN

3. Big Brother. The veto competition and PoV meeting. 7:00 PM CT CBS

4. XXX Summer Olympics. Swimming finals: Men's 200m breaststroke, Men's 100m freestyle, Women's 200m butterfly, Women's 4x200m freestyle relay. Men's Gymnastics All-Around, Women's beach volleyball, USA vs. Austria, and Men's synchronized springboard diving. 7:00 PM CT NBC

5. Melissa & Joey. Joe gives Lennox driving lesson, and she ends up in a minor car accident, and Mel and Ryder make a secret arrangement. 7:00 PM CT ABC Family

6. Baby Daddy Ben's softball team gets Riley as a new captain, but takes the job too seriously. and Bonnie and Danny's hockey coach go out. 7:30 PM CT ABC Family

7. Dallas. John Ross needs to choose oil or family, Sue Ellen and Rebecca both fall victim to men who could destroy their lives, and the Ewing family is struck down by a medical crisis. 8:00 PM CT TNT

8. Royal Pains. Hank and Divya tend to a veterinarian, Evan and Paige help a friend deal with loss, and Boris needs to make accommodations 8:00 PM CT USA

9. Haunted Collector. A casino in Vegas is investigated after employees report behind grabbed by a phantom hand in a section of the hotel that is abandoned. 8:00 PM CT Syfy

10. Beverly Hills Nannies. The nannies interview for new jobs, Cindy gets flirtatious with Scott, Shayla meets Tricia's sister, Amanda has reservations about Marika, and Justin works with four young divas. 8:00 PM CT ABC Family

11. Million Dollar Listing, LA. Madison can’t seem to catch a break, and is questioned by his client about having ulterior motives with his listing. Later, Josh Altman learns that Madison’s lawyer has sent Heather a cease and desist letter, and he decides to pay Madison a visit to settle the issue once and for all. 8:00 PM CT Bravo

12. Toddlers & Tiaras. Hollywood Stars Pageant. 8:00 PM CT TLC

13. Adam Richman's Best Sandwich in America. Adam Richman’s hunt for the best sandwich in America leads him to the Southwest, where he’ll choose the best in the region between a sliced beef brisket sandwich in Driftwood, TX, a seared beef tongue sandwich in Austin, TX and a beef, pork, ham and chorizo torta in Phoenix, AZ. 8:00 PM CT Travel Channel

14. Cajun Pawn Stars. Jimmy gets all worked up over a very special item that comes into the Silver Dollar! 8:00 PM CT HISTORY

15. Final Witness. A mother is the driving force behind seeing her son's killer brought to justice after he is found dead in a field, with the investigation revealing a world of gang rivalries and ruined lives. 9:00 PM CT ABC

16. Necessary Roughness. Dr. Dani tends to a professional bull rider, Matt and Nico try to keep a reporter visiting training camp reined in, and Ray Jay's SAT scores are a source of tension with Olivia. 9:00 PM CT USA

17. The Soup. 9:00 PM CT E!

18. The Soul Man. The Council of United Leaders of Faith put Boyce to the test, and Lolli's church ladies tea party gets heated when Boyce's cousin spikes the punch. 9:00 PM CT TV Land

19. School Spirits. The spirit of a local Native American who was hanged after his murderous rampage hangs out with frat brothers. 9:00 PM CT Syfy

20. Barter Kings. In the first half hour, it's a race to see who can trade up to a vehicle from a car part in one week, and Antonio runs afoul of a turkey. In the second half hour, Steve and Antonio try to go big to trade for a joint family vacation home. 9:00 PM CT A&E

21. Top Chef: Masters. Wedding bells are ringing on this week’s Top Chef Masters! The chefs are tasked with making sure a couple has the perfect tasting menu, and learn (last minute!) that they’ll also be creating the perfect multi-tiered wedding cake. When a wedding cake comes crumbling down right before it’s set to be unveiled, everyone scrambles to try to piece it together in time…. 9:00 PM CT Bravo

22. Picked Off. The clock is ticking on a few players’ games as they lose track of time. 9:00 PM CT HISTORY

23. The Real World. St. Patrick's Day in St. Croix, Brandon has a difficult time with sobriety, and Robb and Trey's house relationships are threatened. 9:00 PM CT MTV

24. The Exes. Holly finds out her biological clock is running out, so the guys help her look for sperm donors. 9:30 PM CT TV Land

25. Conan. Moon Bloodgood, Jon Cryer, and dJason Mraz are among the guests tonight. 9:00 PM CT TBS

Real Housewives of New Jersey; Ep. 14 “Pack Your Baggage”

Hurricane Irene, RVs, and camping.

Everyone packs their bags for the RV camping getaway in Napa, California.

Hurricane Irene is vastly approaching in New Jersey and no that isn’t a metaphor for all the Jersey drama. Or is it?

Teresa is still upset about Kathy’s little comment on a recipe in her new cookbook.

Teresa feels like Kathy made a jab at her for stealing a recipe from her mom—which she totally didn’t.

Their mothers cooked together quite often and Teresa’s father is Kathy’s mother’s brother.

A lot of recipes have been shared throughout the family no doubt. Who cares? Teresa does, that’s who.

 

Albie asks his “girlfriend” Lindsay to move in. How are Caroline and Lauren going to take that news, if it comes up?

The bad weather of Hurricane Irene affects the traveling plans for the Jersey bunch.

The governor has shut down all airports.

That means instead of taking a straight flight as planned, they’ll have to long-haul it—drive—to Pittsburg, Pennsylvania and board a plane there.

Then fly to Houston, Texas. Then take another flight to San Francisco, California.

The Jersey bunch make it to California and still have to get camping stuff.

Luckily, there’s a store specifically for all things camping. The group racks up over $4000 in supposed necessities for camping.

When the three Jersey-filled RVs arrive to their destination, everyone’s put off that it’s not exactly a traditional camp site, nor is it a beach.

Instead, it’s a camping ground for RVs in nothing more than a gigantic parking lot.

What. A. Bummer. Oh well, make the best of a situation.

 

Melissa and Teresa reluctantly meet the other neighbors.

The guys try to pitch tents. No pun intended. Portable grills are set up.

The sausage and provolone cheese is claimed by mostly the Manzos. Cheese and sausage is like contraband.

The next morning, Kathy tries to make muffins in a microwave or toaster oven and only a couple are deemed edible.

Eggs, bacon, and I’m sure sausage is cooked. Can’t you smell it?

Richie scares everyone off with his morning wood.

Melissa takes Teresa aside to calmly discuss the issues everyone has with her.

Obviously it’s Teresa if every relationship she has with others is failing.

Melissa feels like a breakthrough is made with her sister-in-law.

 

On the next episode: Fun times on the Napa Valley RV trip with the Jersey bunch. Teresa and Jacqueline get together for another talk. Was there ever any closure?

 

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