The Gatsby Salon made a small appearance in Monday's episode of "Jerseylicious" when Anthony Lombardi visited the business for some advice on new hair dryers.
Still, most of the drama continued to center around the friendship/enemy triangle of Tracey DiMarco, Gigi Liscio and former Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe.
All three spent much of the episode trying to decide who was a friend, who was an enemy and who was talking bad about who else. Not much was resolved, and the drama is expected to continue in next week's episode.
But DiMarco did sit down with Sharpe for a heart-to-heart about her relationship with Liscio, and, for once, the conversation did not desolve into petty fights. And DiMarco decided she might have found an ally.
"After meeting and speaking with Olivia, I saw something in her that I've never seen: a nice, honest, stand-up girl," she said in the blogs on the show's website. "No matter how she felt about me, Olivia was someone who wanted justice and stuck up for me. It really did soften my heart towards her. I could see a potential change in our relationship."
Aside from this, Lombardi headed over to visit with Gayle Giacomo, Bridgewater resident and owner of the Gatsby, because he had questions about some of the new equipment she was using. Although it angered his business partner, Cathy Giove, he headed over to Green Brook to get some information on hanging hair dryers, which he later decided he wanted to try and install in his own studio.
"Jerseylicious" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the Style Network.