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Caroline Manzo says no to ‘RHONJ’ and yes to ‘Manzo’d With Children’

A lot of people were upset when “Real Housewives of New Jersey” started without Caroline Manzo, one of the show’s most popular housewives. So if you’re needing your Manzo fix about now, set your alarms for Sunday, Oct. 5, 9 p.m. eastern time on Bravo, for the premier of “Manzo’d With Children.”

The Manzos are back in force with their own show "Manzo'd With Children"
Photo by Gustavo Caballero

This show will feature Caroline Manzo and hubby Al Sr. but promises a lot more. All hell literally breaks loose when sons Albie and Chris move back home to taunt Sister Lauren. Well, that’s not the only reason but, if you have similar age kids or sibs, you know there’s going to be a lot of that.

Now it’s Caroline’s job to keep the peace among three opinionated and so-called adult kids. In a classic case of be careful what you wish for, Caroline says, “I always secretly wished that my boys would come back home.”

Along with the return of the boys, daughter Lauren is going to be planning her wedding to boyfriend Vito Scalia. Albie already has an opinion on that. "You really gotta calm it down with the Bridezilla nonsense." And that’s one of the nicer comments.

Watch the preview clip HERE if you want to see the fur truly fly in the Manzo household. If language bothers you, maybe you shouldn’t watch the clip. Yes, the censors have bleeped and blurred, but you’ll figure it out. "The same kids I gave birth to are trying to kill me," Caroline jokes.

You will get all the Caroline Manzo you loved in “Real Housewives of New Jersey,” plus now you get the spawn in every single episode. And if you’ve seen her kids when they appeared on “RHONJ,” you know that subtlety is not their strong suit. It’s not Caroline’s either. Talking about Albie’s new girlfriend, Caroline describes her as “a living beer commercial.”

All the craziness of “Manzo’d With Children” begins on Sunday night, Oct. 5, at 9 p.m. on Bravo TV.

QUOTE SOURCE: US Magazine