"I don't go to psychics regularly," said Giudice, who went to see BFF Dina Manzo's friend and spiritual medium, James Van Praagh. "It is weird, right?"
Maybe she should have listened to her own intuition, because she didn't like what she heard about husband Joe's fraud charges.
"Did his dad pass over?" Van Praagh first asked of Joe's father, Frank, who unexpectedly died in June.
"No," Giudice said.
"It'll work out fine for you," he continued. "I don't see jail."
"What do you mean for me?"
"Your husband, I'm not so sure about. I don't know if he's going to get off from those charges," Van Praagh told her. "I feel like he's definitely going to do some time. I don't see him out in the clear."
"I just got choked up," said Giudice. "I try not to think about the negative stuff … Why is this happening?"
Melissa Gorga was asking the same question of her husband, Joe, who invested millions into a new venture, which, at first glance, resembled a Cookie Monster truck.
"The Gorgas are in the garbage business … I think I want to kill him," joked Gorga, before learning the truth about the truck, which disintegrates government documents and highly confidential information. "Oh … I mean, the extremely important document smooshing business."
"This is a little bit scary … I got three kids," Gorga told her husband.
"We invested way more than I told you," he confessed, telling her they wouldn't be building their dream home immediately.
"What if this doesn't work?" she asked.
"Then we lose everything," Joe said.
Twins Nicole Napolitano and Teresa Aprea certainly lost it when Gorga told them that Amber Marchese had been trash-talking Napolitano.
"She mentioned that maybe you had wrecked a family," Gorga told her, after Marchese had confided in her earlier.
"She's pulling it out of her fat ass," said an angry Napolitano. "I am devastated … I can't stand home wreckers."
So the twins hopped in their car to confront Marchese at her home, but stopped short when they saw Marchese and husband Jim tucking their kids into bed.
But next week the twins take on Marchese at a party, and the two Joes take on Marchese's husband, who refused to attend a guys' night out because Giudice would be there.
"I can't do it. I run a mortgage bank," said Jim, who could be working with the prosecutor in the case. "Joe has been indicted for mortgage fraud. We can't be in the same room."
The Real Housewives of New Jersey airs Sundays (8 p.m. ET) on Bravo.