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'Mob Wives: Chicago': Nora Exhumes Her Father's Body

It took four years, but finally Nora Schweihs was on the cusp of getting the closure she needed regarding her father's death. Did he get a proper burial? In other words, was the body in his casket really him? On the season finale of " Mob Wives: Chicago " (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), the funeral director agreed to exhume his body to get a positive ID. Without DNA tests, the funeral director told Nora that he couldn't make a positive ID on the body, so Nora decided to do it herself. She simply felt she couldn't wait any longer. Unfortunately, though, Nora had no better luck identifying his remains after four years. "I’m supposed to have closure today after four years and now I have to wait another two to three weeks?" she said, exasperated. But she'd come this far, so she toughed it out. In the end, she got the confirmation and the closure that she needed. Nora Tweeted to her followers that the closure was amazing and she wears a cross around her neck with her father's ashes in it. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/kJXKasquq68/mob-wives-chicago-finale-nora-exhumes-fathers-body-video_n_1808986.html

'Mob Wives: Chicago': Pia And Renee Beat Up Nora

Things are getting absolutely crazy on " Mob Wives: Chicago " (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1). When Nora initially decided to leave Christina's dinner party for fear she'd wind up in a physical altercation with Renee, she probably should have stood by that decision. Instead, she came back and exactly what she expected to happen went down. And then some. Nora found herself in a fight with both Renee and Pia. Of course, it was her own mouth that lead to her getting a black eye. She called Pia a "whore" for dancing in a strip club, remember that Nora had also danced as a stripper and Pia had been keeping her secret from the other women. Then, out of nowhere, Nora shouted to Renee, "Your father raped you every f***ing day!" There was no basis for this claim, so she must have just been going for shock value on this one, and she got just what she wanted, as the women gave one of the ugliest fights yet seen on reality television. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/A73SwLHeKX4/mob-wives-chicago-pia-renee-beat-up-nora-video_n_1675283.html

'Mob Wives Chicago': Pia Tired Of Keeping Nora's Stripper Secret

Another week of " Mob Wives Chicago " (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), another fight involving Nora. But this time, it was over one of her own personal secrets. With Pia going on and on about her problems with Renee, she realized that some of the problems came with Renee's disapproval of Pia's past work as a stripper. What Renee didn't now was that Pia wasn't the only one, and she'd grown tired of keeping Nora's secret about her own past as a stripper. The two women had worked together, but Nora thinks that because she was doing it to pay for college, it was different. During the argument, she also differentiated her experience stripping by accusing Pia of offering "extra services" to some clients -- think " The Client List ." That accusation officially put these women at odds, and this show certainly loves when that happens. See if anyone can remains friends as "Mob Wives: Chicago" continues Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on VH1. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/0bYux2dFZow/mob-wives-chicago-pia-tired-nora-stripper-secret-video_n_1658207.html

'Mob Wives: Chicago': Renee Says Only The Guilty Run Away

Renee may think she's figured out how to determine guilt on "Mob Wives: Chicago" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1), but she's got a lot to learn. People can run away from you for many reasons. Yelling at them and accusing them of things you've made up can push them to running away. But that's not how Renee sees it. "You only run when you’re guilty," she said proudly and certainly. She'd come up with the idea that her boyfriend Dave had had a relationship with Pia. When he denied this at the restaurant she confronted him at, she called him "so dumb it's not even funny." So he left. That means guilty. Her next target was Pia. Pia explained that she'd kissed Dave's friend, but had never done anything with Dave. But Renee wasn't buying that either and continued her attack until Pia left, which of course means she's guilty, right? Maybe police interrogators shouldn't lock suspects up in a small room for their interrogations. Give them the option to leave. That way, they'll know that anyone who does leave is guilty. It's foolproof! The investigation continues on "Mob Wives: Chicago," Sundays at 8 p.m. ET on VH1. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/5u0mqnhyoaw/mob-wives-chicago-renee-warpath-for-pia-boyfriend-video_n_1623255.html

'Mob Wives: Chicago': Drama Over Facebook Friendships

The drama shifted to cyberspace on this week's episode of "Mob Wives: Chicago" (Sun., 8 p.m. ET on VH1). After their physical altercation in last week's episode -- that overflowed into the start of this one -- Pia unfriended Christina on the social networking site. But when Christina noticed that Nora had done the same, she started to wonder what that meant. "Now I’m thinking -- are they both gonna be in cahoots?" she speculated. Christina wasn't satisfied to let the Internet have the final say, so she decided to meet with Nora in person to find out what was going on. When she asked her about it, though, Nora said it was a "glitch." She explained that she was leaving Facebook altogether. But Nora was upset because Christina kept talking about her father -- even if Christina is unable to remember due to being drunk. Nora was content to remain acquaintances, which didn't sit well with Christina. She struck out on the friend front when she sat down with Pia next. Beef between cast-members is the bread-and-butter of "Mob Wives," though, so this is good for the dramatic tension of the show. Keep up with the twists and turns of "Mob Wives: Chicago" every Sunday at 8 p.m. ET on VH1. TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/ZFwZ_lhyrz0/mob-wives-chicago-christina-pia-nora-facebook-video_n_1604732.html

Mob Wives Chicago: Watch Cast Profile Videos Before the Premiere

Although I've been entertained by the footage released from Mob Wives Chicago , including the pre-premiere screening that followed the Mob Wives reunion, it's almost felt like we haven't gotten a chance to know them. Either they're posturing in a promo or their dirty laundry is flown loud and proud (with the emphasis on loud) in a trailer, but there hasn't been much time where the ladies just...talk. A reality show like Mob Wives Chicago has to make you care about the cast (or marvel at how outrageous they are), which is why the cast profiles are so important. The responses may be slightly influenced by the tone and phrasing of the questioning, but this is as calm and coherent as you'll likely find the cast this season. Though the videos are short-ish, most clocking in under three minutes, you get a pretty good sense of each woman's personality. For example, Leah seems like a funny, brassy addition to the cast, while Christina comes off like Mob Wives Chicago 's Drita and Renee is a flashy diva that'll likely push a button or two. Of course, putting all five of them together in a room (with alcohol) may produce completely different people from the ones we see in the profiles, but for now, these are your Chicago Mob Wives. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/GlK3otZEkys/

Get Ready For 'Mob Wives: Chicago'

Fans already pining for " Mob Wives " got a real treat Sunday night with a preview of new spin-off show, "Mob Wives: Chicago" (Sun., 9 p.m. ET on VH1). From the prodigious amount of boozing, brawling and name-calling going on, "Mob Wives: Chicago" looks to be as explosive and drama-filled as the mothership. In their own words, here's an introduction to some of the stars of the show: Renee Fecarotta Russo: "People say I'm a judgmental b*tch, but I’m about class, respect and loyalty." Nora Schweihs: "Do you want me to stab you now, or do you want me to stab you later?" Pia Rizza: "Everybody I know goes to jail." Christina Scoleri: "I may be a nice girl ... but there's a b*tch in here if you bring her out." Leah Desimone: "People call me a chubby chaser ... I like 'em fat and round." Season 3 of "Mob Wives" is due to premiere in early 2013 on VH1. "Mob Wives: Chicago" premieres Sunday, June 10th at 8 p.m. ET on VH1 . TV Replay scours the vast television landscape to find the most interesting, amusing, and, on a good day, amazing moments, and delivers them right to your browser. //feeds.huffingtonpost.com/~r/HP/Entertainment/~3/py1KkBg_rT8/mob-wives-chicago-meet-the-stars-video_n_1549990.html

Mob Wives Chicago Supertrailer Released

Whenever there's a spin-off of a popular reality series, there's bound to be a lot of skepticism going in. It could very easily turn into a carbon copy of the original, casting specific archetypes rather than interesting people, so any spin-off worth its weight in spilled liquor has to keep the core of what made the original successful and make everything else their own. The just-released  Mob Wives Chicago  supertrailer hints that it may have done just that, against all odds. Even though it's difficult to make a broad judgment about a series based on a four-minute clip, you do see both similarities and differences between Mob Wives Chicago and Mob Wives Original Flavor. The big hair, flashy fashion, and intimidating bravado of the original are all present in spades here, as well as the much talked about physical altercations to come. There won't be any bullying controversy on Mob Wives Chicago , if only because each of the five women look very capable of handling their own, much like the cast of regular Mob Wives. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/8-6EqhtiHTM/

Mob Wives: Chicago: Meet the Cast

Mob Wives: Chicago , the spin-off to VH1's popular reality series Mob Wives , has been shrouded in secrecy for quite a while. Though a quick Google search will give you details of the cast and the places they've filmed,  there's yet to be a tone established. It could very easily follow in the footsteps of its mothership, balancing rough-and-tumble antics with personal growth, or it could very easily go to the extremes of Basketball Wives , putting the amount of violence and gossip above all else. The just-released clips may not give us much to go on a only 15 seconds, five of which were taken up by tags/music, but it's definitely a start toward getting to see the ladies in action. The first promo that was released didn't have any dialogue or group interactions, so it's good to have a few quick words from Renee, Pia, Christina, Leah, and Nora. It's a lot of reaffirming things that were announced upon the casting reveal, i.e. Pia's father is a rat, Nora's father was a hit man, etc., but again, at least you get a feel for their demeanor and how they'll be on camera. Read More... //feedproxy.google.com/~r/tvovermind/tvnews/~3/4bpMkPRgCGc/