Much of Monday's "Jerseylicious" episode centered around Anthony Lombardi's plans for his book to chronicle the history of New Jersey through style—and he did what he could to get all the stylists involved.
Gayle Giacomo, owner of the Gatsby Salon and Bridgewater resident, made her moment-long appearance in Monday's episode when she asked those working at her salon to volunteer their time to help Lombardi with the styling needed before taking the photographs for the book.
But the real drama of the book process was working to get everything done on time, and Lombardi's attempts to tell his celebrity photographer that he was in charge because the book was his idea.
The rest of the episode was devoted once again to the friendship drama of Tracey DiMarco, Gigi Liscio and former Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe, who all met to discuss what happened to their relationship.
Although mostly, Liscio and DiMarco yelled at each other while Sharpe fixed her makeup and listened uncomfortably.
The drama is expected to continue in the next episode as Lombardi moves forward with the photo shoots for his book.
"Jerseylicious" airs on the Style Network, and moves to Sundays at 8 p.m., beginning March 3.