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Mob Wives 6 Seasons 2013

Season 3
4.1 out of 5 stars (203) IMDb 4.8/10

Mob Wives picks up with the women trying to move on in several different ways. With the addition of Love Majewski, a hot-tempered mob moll engaged six times but never married. Jealousy is in the air as are brand new Staten Island scuffles.

Starring:
Drita D'Avanzo, Carla Facciolo

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1. Mob Knives

After a break in at her home, Renee fears that she and her son AJ are being targeted for being associated with a rat. While Drita and Karen have finally settled their differences, Drita now finds herself in the middle of a feud between Carla and Renee.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: January 6, 2013
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2. Bad Boys

After a call from her estranged husband, Lee, Drita contemplates taking her kids to visit him in jail for the first time in years. Joe's young girlfriend is revealed and Carla learns that they are much more serious than she thought.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: January 13, 2013
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3. Threats and Thongs

After receiving a threatening letter from Junior, Renee fears for her life and makes it her number one priority to move. Love gets together with her mother and Karen to discuss her desire to have a baby.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: January 20, 2013
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4. Of Vice and Men

After several years since last seeing Lee, Drita and her daughters visit him in prison. Even though things seem to be cordial between Carla and Joe, he is secretly plotting to dissolve their marriage once and for all.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: January 27, 2013
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5. The Gathering Storm

Ramona is forced to finally confront Drita over a birthday party invitation. Renee tries to turn a corner at rehab but has a hard time letting go of her anger. Back in Staten Island, Carla is stunned when Joe drops the bomb that he wants a divorce.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: February 10, 2013
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6. After The Storm

The women wake up to a borough wrecked by the wrath of Sandy -the largest Atlantic hurricane in history. Overwhelmed by the harrowing devastation in their hometown, the women rise to the challenge by helping each other and neighbors in distress.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: February 17, 2013
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7. No Love Lost

Drita dishes the dirty details of Lee's surprise release from prison to Ang and Carla. Meanwhile, in another corner of Staten Island, a new storm is brewing against Carla when Love gets heated with Drita and Karen.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: February 24, 2013
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8. Time and Punishment

After months of keeping it under wraps, Ramona reveals her secret engagement to Karen, but is stunned by her response. When Karen gets propositioned by her smooth studio partner sparks start to fly.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 3, 2013
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9. Mama Drama

Ang's Christmas Party turns ugly as Karen and Ramona team up to confront Carla about pulling a butter knife on Renee. Renee takes the girls on a road trip to find the perfect thing to protect her family: an attack dog.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 10, 2013
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10. Desert Storm

The heat is on in Arizona, as Karen moves fearlessly forward to reopen her father's case and tensions rise even higher as she faces off with Dave's new girlfriend, Rebecca, for the first time.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 17, 2013
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11. Winging It

Love visits a neurologist to figure out why she is so volatile. While Carla learns of Love's ever growing animosity and questions Drita's loyalty, Renee lays the groundwork for a new, over-the-top business venture.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 24, 2013
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12. Crazy Love

Karen decides to throw a pre-nup party to educate all the girls about protecting their assets and Ramona is not happy about it.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: March 31, 2013
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13. Love Hurts

When Ramona shares her wedding plans, Karen continues to be an unwelcome voice of reason. With Drita's birthday coming up, Carla prepares for the inevitable confrontation by seeking advice from Joe.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 41 minutes Release date: April 7, 2013
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14. The Reunion

Dr. Drew hosts and gets to the bottom of the still raw, season-ending brawl between Carla and Love. Sparks fly when Ramona and Karen reveal the reasons they can't stand Carla. Renee and her son AJ bare it all when they revisit Renee's stint in rehab.

TV-14 CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 21, 2013
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Bonus: Mob Wives 3 Sneak Peek

Mob Wives is back for a whole new season. Take a Sneak Peek into the first episode!

TV-14 CC Runtime: 6 minutes Release date: January 6, 2013
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Love this show ,hoping for a mob wives dinner with ny an chi wives. I love Drita she is the best!
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While I can't get enough of these trash-talkin' ladies, I grew old of the Love vs Carla saga. Then, only to discover that one of them doesn't even continue with the show for next season, it was a total waste of camera time. All the Big Ang face time made up for it though!
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When I first started watching this show in season one, I didn't expect much of it. But I continue to be surprised in watching the growth in the women. All of them started the show with broken hearts and severe anger management issues, and to watch a show about people actually dealing with their issues as opposed to devolving in ever more psychotic versions of themselves like other reality shows is really compelling. The fact that, so far, the show isn't simply rooted in fights and drama, but about a group of women -- some friends, some not -- but all trying to get past a life tied to organized crime and what's left of the American mafia is fascinating. I was really worried it would glorify organized crime (like "The Godfather" films), but this is a lot more like "Goodfellas" if it was only told from the viewpoint of Karen and her daughters, not Henry Hill. (You're happy, you're wealthy, then he cheats, you fight, you get back together for the kids, then you're broke and he's in prison, he turns state's evidence, you and your kids live with the consequences.)

It really is an excellent blend of great casting, writing (don't kid yourself, reality shows are scripted), true life, and growth. I typically don't give a crap about any one on reality shows, but even the most shallow of these women seem to be trying to understand themselves and their choices -- for good or bad.

But knowing that they could get this out of a show that EASILY could have been all fights and manufactured drama makes me realize how bad it is that shows like "Basketball Wives" and "Real Housewives" (particularly the Atlanta and New Jersey versions) have no depth or growth.
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Great third season. While the girls have grown, they have not changed. They remain a group of women in the early stages of middle age, determined to hang on to the last vestiges of their youth, like forty is the new thirty.

The newest cast member, Love, is living proof that not all nuts live in trees. This woman convinces herself that the voices in her head are her friends and that she can trust what they tell her. Despite the fact the two had never met and no matter how much anyone told her that Carla was not talking trash about her, Love was convinced that Carla was the enemy. I can't say that she will be missed - she brings way too much drama to "the island".

Carla does not add much. She is not as involved as she was in season 1 or 2. And her tag line for season 3 "I don't give a f***" gets cliche after about the third time you hear it. Go be you and do who you want to do. I don't give a -- you know.

Drita is still Miss WYSIWYG and I love it. She just wants to get along with everyone and hen you're her friend you can count on her to have your back. But if you come at her sideways you better expect a violent response. There is definitely no pretense about this woman.

Karen needs to go back to Arizona and stay there; point blank. Ramona is Drita Italian style. I will miss seeing her, but I won't miss the Heckle and Jeckle show.

All of these women need therapy, some not as much as others. Their psychosis is what add the color to the show and their lives. Take that away and it's like watching Romper Room.
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...I have traded most reality tv for this one show. The breadth and depth of each "character" is amazing. I love Rene G. and I think she is the catalyst behind my wanting to watch. I am not a tv person per se but, this show has the drama of 10 soap opera's and any cable reality show. People have accused reality tv of being scripted....I don't believe you can script any of what happens here. I won't say that producer's don't "hype" situations to bring about some reaction in the women for viewer's but you know the way it unfolds no one could write or conjur up such hair-pulling, teeth gritting, foul-mouth debacary. I enjoy watching all of the women except Ang and Carla. Carla needs 1 good beat down...and Ang's 2-faced sugary-sweet like for "everyone" makes her look like an opportunist rather than the peace-maker she portrays. I enjoyed what she did around the time of hurricane Sandy but otherwise, not feeling her.

Watch for yourself maybe you will begin to take sides with that Mob Wife you can relate to. Karen G., is very intelligent and has a "logic" that most of them lack. So much so, I purchased her book Mob Daughter which was co-written with Lisa Pulitzer. It is my hope that reality tv producer's and editor's will begin to receive accolades, this show deserve an "Oscar" for Best Reality TV!
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A complete train wreck of a show... yet, I could not look away. These are some very scary ladies with some very strange ideas about what friendship us all about. Yeesh... Like the old saying goes, "With friends like this, who needs enemies?"
As disgusted as I was, I watched Mob Wives from beginning to end. A lot of bleeping out of swear words, cat fights & tears - and a lot of eye-rolling from my hubby aimed at me.
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