It was almost a blink-and-you'll-miss-it cameo on "Suburgatory" (Wed., 8:30 p.m. EST on ABC), but that was Mike "The Situation" Sorrentino ("Jersey Shore") mixing the tunes at the party. Dalia revealed that he's an ex-boyfriend, so does that mean there could be reason for Sorrentino to return? He certainly didn't have many lines.
Instead, he was apparently the catalyst that made Lisa realize that falling for Dalia's fake niceness to make Tessa jealous just wasn't worth it. Especially if it meant Kimantha -- one of Dalia's friends whom Tessa had fake friended to return the favor -- got to dance with Malik. At least one good thing came out of the feud; Lisa made her feelings for Malik very clear, and apparently they're now going to be a thing on the show.
But while Lisa was finding her inner strength in getting with a guy, Noah's wife was finding her own inner strength and deciding to maybe leave her husband. Not fixing the shower head one too many times was the final straw; though in her defense she did get violently assaulted by it on two occasions, the second sending her to the hospital.
She was inspired by Dallas' recent decision to get divorced, but when Noah showed up on a white horse as a romantic gesture, and announced that he'd fixed the shower head, Dallas convinced her that the situation was different. Noah was a big sappy romantic and he clearly loved her. And he was trying.
"Suburgatory" airs Wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. EST on ABC.
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