Married To Jonas Season 1 Episode 8 “Italy With The In-Laws” Live Recap 10/14/12

Married To Jonas Season 1 Episode 8 “Italy With The In-Laws” Live Recap 10/14/12Married to Jonas airs tonight on E! with a whole new episode. On tonight’s show called is called “Italy With The In-Laws.” Tonight’s show is the first part of a two part episode where the family vacation to Italy could be spoiled by an unexpected phone call and a surprising secret. If you missed last week’s we have a full and detailed recap here!

On last week’s episode Dani and her family started to ease into Kevin’s rock n’ roll lifestyle, but things were about to get rough. Kevin wanted to go camping for the longest time so he convinced the family to agree to try it. Kevin even went out and bought the girls a toilet, much to the shock and horror of the ladies.

On tonight’s show the Jonas’ are taking a first class trip of a lifetime, but Kevin and Dani are bringing along some baggage. But it’s Kevin’s mysterious phone call that could throw this trip into turmoil. They are in Florence and Kevin and Danielle are happy, Kevin points out the Duomo and she is amazed. Dani’s sister remarks, “They certainly don’t have this is New Jersey.” Meanwhile Dani’s father has wondered off he is not so impressed by the scenery, after all he can see it all in a book. However, he is impressed by the Gelato and heads out to get some of it. Actually three gelatos and he has no intention of stopping.

Tonight is going to be a great episode that you won’t want to miss, so be sure to tune in for our live coverage of E!’s “Married to Jonas” tonight at 10PM EST!


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