Watch Teresa, Melissa's Post-Christening Housewives Reunion

Entertainment May. 20, 2011 AT 11:48AM

Talk about a frosty reception!

When Teresa Giudice and her sister-in-law Melissa Gorga reunite on Monday's Real Housewives of New Jersey just days after their explosive spat at Gorga's son's christening, the mood is anything but light.

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While Giudice tries to make nice when she connects with Gorga at a fashion show, Gorga wants nothing of it.

"She acted exactly how I expected," Gorga says in a sneak preview from Monday's all-new episode. "I knew she'd walk in there [offering] hugs and kisses and try to make conversation as if we didn't just have an explosive christening. I knew she'd do that."

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Giudice tells Us Weekly she has few memories of the christening day, which ended in her husband and brother hurling expletives and punches in a brawl that rivaled Danielle Staub's infamous 2010 hair-pulling incident.

"It's still a whole blur to me," Giudice says of the christening. "I blacked out that day and it's still blurry to me. It was a crazy day."

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As the clip above shows, Giudice still holds a grudge against Gorga -- especially when she tries to befriend Caroline Manzo.

"Melissa doesn't faze me," Giudice says, before her jealousy rages when Gorga chats up Manzo.

"Melissa and [Giudice's cousin Kathy Wakile] can kiss up to [Caroline] all they want, I know she's really my friend!" Giudice snaps.

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Check out more of the pair's icy reunion above before the full episode airs Monday at 10 p.m. (EST) on Bravo.

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