The drama continued outside of the Gatsby Salon when the second episode of "Jerseylicious" aired on the Style Network Monday.
A fight triangle between Montville High School graduate Olivia Blois Sharpe, Gigi Liscio and Tracey DiMarco highlighted most of the episode, with each accusing the other of talking behind the other's back.
Sharpe spent the episode dealing with an offer from Anthony Roberts Salon owner Anthony Lombardi to be part of his blowout party as the makeup artist, while not wanting to spend time with the people who she was not getting along with.
As Sharpe said in the "Jerseylicious" blogs, she was "miserable" because of all the drama at the salons last year, but found herself back in it this week.
Sharpe acknowledged in the blog that there is still drama with DiMarco, particularly with regard to Liscio.
"Honestly, what did I do to Gigi?" she wrote. "I didn't do anything. I didn't go after her man. I didn't copy her clothes. It's funny for Tracy to say that. She's trying to make a mountain out of a molehill. She just so badly wants somebody else to be a villain besides her, to put the negative views on somebody else for once because she always gets it, but I didn't do anything wrong."
Liscio spent the episode trying to decide how she would talk to DiMarco about her concerns about their friendship, and, in the end, that discussion severed their friendship.
And in other news, Filippo Giove, manager at Anthony Roberts Salon, had his first job as an underwear model, and decided that he wanted to pursue it as a career.
For more information on the episode, and thoughts from the cast, head over to the Style Network website.
"Jerseylicious" airs Mondays at 8 p.m. on the Style Network.