Thursday, February 28, 2013

Mob Wives: BONUS Clip Ep 7 "Joint Custody"




The bonus clip from episode 7 is a little sitdown between Carla and Joe about custody of the kids. Carla went to see her attorney and automatically assumes she should get full custody of the kids. Joe wants to know why he can't have 50% custody. Carla tries to explain to him that if he has the kids half the time he will have to pay her more money. Joe tells "brains" that if he has 50% custody he would be paying less child support. Carla is lost in the legal verbiage. What else is new? Then Carla compliments the house and decor. Joe says Raquel decorated it. Carla makes a face as though someone just passed gas next to her. So much for her apology to Raquel in episode 7. Carla just won't give the girl a chance! And, once again Joe speaks negatively of Carla, yet the other day he said editing makes good things look bad...and I say, it's not the editing that makes Carla look bad, it's Carla.

Video Credit: VH1

3 comments:

Camet said...

Thanks for the clip!

I think the craziest thing Carla's said yet is trying to blame Raquel for Joe wanting joint custody. Um, really? How many 20-somethings you know are just begging to have their boyfriend's kids move in with them? Especially the son, we've seen that he's a handful and can be pretty disrespectful at times, and they're getting on toward the fun teenage years too. If she does she's pretty special and Carla should appreciate her more, but what are the chances? Delusional.

Jane Springfield said...

I don't get it....all Carla would talk about nonstop is that Joe needs to be in his kids' life, the kids were robbed, yada yada yada. Yet it looks like Joe is providing a nice roof over their head....now it's an issue? I think it all boils down to Carla still wanting to take a bite out of Joe's salami sandwich.

Anonymous said...

Well, he was in jail all this time? Meanwhile Carla held that household down. So l understand where she is coming from. Tho, he is the father & they should be able to visit as long as they are being treated fairly.