5 best ‘RHONJ’ moments from Season 7, Episode 9: cake crumbs, ‘muscle’ sprouts, cousin confrontation

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Real Housewives of New Jersey Season 7, Episode 9 premiered on Sunday, September 11 and although it wasn’t jam-packed with drama, there were still some really great moments!

1. Melissa Gorga brings Joe Gorga back to the 21st century
Joe Gorga has voiced his opinion on countless occasions regarding the his wife’s “role” in their marriage and in this episode he decided to go on another rant. “You bring in crumbs, I bring in cake,” was one of his more memorable lines. Well, in true Jersey strong woman fashion Melissa quickly gave her husband a reality check by explaining her right to bring home her own money while still being an awesome mom!

2. Milania Giudice being a sweetie pie with Nicholas Laurita
In an attempt to practice social skills with Nicholas, Jacqueline Laurita invites Teresa Giudice and her girls over for a playdate. Typically delivering a daily dose of sass, Milania surprised everyone when she showed off her softer side. Watching them blow bubbles together seriously gave us the feels.

3. Learning Joe Giudice mispronounces words just as much as his wife: “muscle sprouts”
Before their spacation, Joe tried to warn the masseuse about taking it easy on him, because his wife just fed him a plate of brussels sprouts, but he had an entirely different name for them. These two are truly a match made in dictionary.com heaven!

4. Joshua Flicker wanting to makeout with his new car
Siggy Flicker and ex-husband Mark Flicker surprised their son with a new car right after receiving his driver’s license. He was so overwhelmed with joy, the only thing he could think of doing was giving it a kiss of approval (literally).

5. Kathy Wakile and Rosie Pierri confront Teresa Giudice
The relationship between these three cousins has been strained for some time now and it’s about time for a little reconciliation. Unfortunately, their attempt to keep the peace didn’t go quite as planned.