Mob Wives Husbands

March 26, 2012 by staff 

Mob Wives Husbands, This week is a story of how much the men we love can change our lives. For Carla, Drita, and Big Ang, their ex-husbands come with some baggage, but it’s carry-on sized compared to the enormous Smarte Carte Renee must wheel through security this week.

Woop woop! Drita’s a woman on the prowl! I love that Drita is the type of woman who could seriously have her pick of men, and yet she confesses that she has no game at all. Basically, her pickup lines involve asking men if they like to be punched, and then her punching them, whether or not they say yes. These subtitles basically tell a hilarious story of Drita’s night out.

At a certain point in the night, Drita spots a guy that seems vaguely familiar, and it turns out he knows Lee, which is an instant buzzkill for Drita. She takes one final shot and leaves, because she’s lost the will to punch any other men.

Big Ang, Karen, and Ramona shoot the breeze and discuss their family friendships because Ang’s uncle, Sally Dogs, was good friends with Sammy The Bull. They all reminisce about the good old days when they were flush with gifts and wiseguy money was lavished on them. Those days are long gone though. But if you were wondering where Big Ang got her personality, she tells a story of her mother sneaking vodka into the prison for her uncle with baby bottles hidden under her b**bs. Oh, if only Mrs. Big Ang was here, that show would be amazing.

Even crazier than the baby bottle story is Big Ang’s arrest story. Her friend wore a wire to rat her out. “She had the wire on in the bathroom while I was peeing, and you hear it. On the tapes. Me peeing. That is the grossest thing,” Ang says.

“Lately I’m noticing a very big gap between Junior and I,” Renee says. “My spirit is definitely broken.”

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