Air Date: May 12th, 2009
The indulgent lives of strong-willed women from the Garden State.
Season 7 - Episode 18 : Reunion Part Two Nov 13, 2016
Joe Gorga and Chris Laurita join the women to discuss Teresa's allegation; Dolores strives to keep the group from unraveling; Jacqueline writes off a relationship; Siggy makes a wish for the group that comes true.
Season 7 - Episode 17 : Reunion Part One Nov 6, 2016
The women relive the wildest moments from a roller-coaster season; Melissa and Teresa come face to face with Jacqueline for the first time since the meltdown; Siggy shares information about her hysterectomy; Teresa levels a shocking accusation.
Season 7 - Episode 16 : And Then There Were Four Oct 30, 2016
Melissa hosts her first Envy Fashion Show while striving to prove the legitimacy of her boutique; Dolores surprises her ex-husband; Teresa contemplates her financial future; the women meet for lunch, during which Siggy plays mediator.
Season 7 - Episode 15 : Nama'Stay Away From Me Oct 23, 2016
Tempers flare during Dolores' housewarming party; Melissa delegates assignments for her upcoming fashion show; Siggy goes the extra mile for her mother; Jacqueline and Dolores find themselves at odds over a telephone call.
Season 7 - Episode 14 : The Importance of Being Family Oct 16, 2016
Teresa struggles to stay strong as she says goodbye to her husband, Joe, who begins his 41-month prison sentence; Siggy visits the Holocaust Memorial and recounts her father's journey to freedom; Dolores shops for her housewarming party.
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On its lacquered surface, New Jersey is The Sopranos with five variations on Adriana. But dig a bit under these women’s verbal clichés and you glimpse lives that are rooted in an earthier, more clear-eyed view of the world than the other Housewives series. Show More