Joe Giudice of The Real Housewives of New Jersey stated that although he had access to bravo behind bars, he did not often see his family on the show.
In exclusive footage that was not aired during Joe and Teresa Giudice's meeting with Andy Cohen, Giudice admitted he had not actually seen the show. Cohen seemed fascinated by the access to cable television that Giudice had in prison. Cohen said, "Teresa told me on Watch What Happens Live that you put Bravo in jail," Cohen asked. "Have you seen The Jersey Housewives during your absence?"
Giudice explained that although he had access, he had more opportunities to see the show when he was housed in Fort Dix, the first federal prison where he was Giudice. When he was transferred to Allenwood, a federal prison in Pennsylvania, his access was not so easy. Even though he had considerable access to the show, why did not he see her often?
He looked at parts of the show
Giudice said he would watch the show sporadically. "Occasionally guys came and picked me up and told me the show was on," he said. "Occasionally I've watched a bit here and there, but not really."
He adds that he saw only small segments and clips, "but I would observe certain things here and there." Cohen then says, Giudice should also have been able to see WWHL "I mean, were not you interested …", Cohen begins, adding that he is curious if Giudice was interested in his family
Giudice continues, "Yes, I've seen you a few times because when I was in Fort Dix, the first federal prison, there was this one guy Jack Bravo loved, so we always had the bravo -Kanal. "
But when he moved to another prison, he did not see so much bravo.
However, Giudice says, "When I came to the other prison, that was Allenwood, all right, there was really no one to overcharge that channel, you know, it was only once, you know?"
This meant that Giudice did not visit his family as often as he could in Fort Dix. "I could catch clips here and there," he explained. But Cohen really wanted to know if his family was on TV, did not want to see her?
Cohen wondered if watching the show was too painful for him. "You know, it was really painful to see her on TV," he recalls. "It was really sad. I saw the one episode where my daughter waved through the window as I walked to Fort Dix. And I mean, that was like a gut. I could not even look at that. "Recently, Giudice and his family met in Italy, and his daughter Gia put the first photo of the family back together." We're back, "she wrote.