Jim is very unhappy with how production is portraying him. Jim keeps saying he is the villain this year. As if he is going to have more years. Jim says that Bobby told them three hours before the party everything was fine and there would not be any drama. He says that production cut out all the confrontational stuff that Joe did like calling him and asshole and pointing his finger in his face. Jim says he called production and complained. Oh of course he did.
Joe called him a fucking asshole and then Rino came over and he thought they were going to swing on him. Jim keeps saying that he works for the Attorney General and that is why he can’t go bowling with the guys. They try to get him to explain what he does for Paul Fishman. He is “working for” the guy right under Paul Fishman on a case called State v. Ricks this is the case where multiple lenders including at least one from Mortgage now were charged with wire fraud among other things. If you scroll past all the tables around page 30 they talk about one of the defendants taking someone out into the woods and killing them. Jim seems very proud of the fact that someone from Mortgage Now is charged with fraud. It’s like he doesn’t understand the difference between working for federal prosecutors and having someone in your company pleading to fraud. It boggles the mind that he insists that being an informant is the same thing as working for the feds.
Jim says that he doesn’t think that people should be allowed to insult people without using their real names. Um, welcome to Twitter, dickhead.
His 13-year-old wrote a two hundred paid script and direct a commercial. He says he lost money doing the show.
He still hates Bobby. He says Bobby is not a fireman. He’s worth half a billion dollars because he own car lots. He signed up to be a volunteer fireman a few months before the show because he wanted that to be his persona on the show. Bobby wanted to be famous and he was willing to sacrifice their friendship to do it. Bobby knew that Amber had seven surgeries and knew she was physically vulnerable. Jim will never forgive Bobby. He is trying to paint himself as a blue-collar guy. They don’t show the Ferrari in his garage. Bobby had the firefighting mural painted for the show.
Bobby met Nicole at the casting call. They were not dating prior to the call. Going forward with Jim’s delusions, he makes it seem like he was testing the candidates for the show and offering them contracts. It’s crazy. You really need to listen to this. Jim said that he signed the contract with Bobby and Nicole and some other girls and submitted the to Bravo. He claims that Bobby slept with two of the other girls Jim contracted and submitted to the show. This person is legitimately insane!
Jim says he doesn’t know Victoria Gotti but he has done some digging and discovered that the story is true. Jim says later in the season we will see that it is true. Jim has not spoken to any of the guys since the first responder party. He says the party was a set up and the entire purpose was to attack Amber and make Jim the villain.
Jim says production holds people outside so that the people are held behind while the others get drunk and heated. You walk into the lion’s den.
They ask Jim what he thinks Joe and Teresa’s sentence should be. He keeps saying he has a bank. But he sees both sides. He sees the bank’s side and he sees the family impact on the Giudice’s. He says he doesn’t have an opinion either way. He just hopes whatever happens is just and fair.
When asked if there is anything he want’s to address that was not asked he says he does no clean whale vaginas.
He wants everyone to understand that this is just a show. It is not his reality. It’s a role. He’s the villain. Production took their keys and gave them to Bobby.
That was a whole sack of crazy!