Uncle Frank's Guest Appearance on 'Mob Wives'

Uncle Frankie -- way back in his 'connected' days,
with Dee; rumor has it that Frank was in Joey
Gallo's crew during war times. I'd let him speak
if he were on my TV show!
Footnote: We have to give a shout out to Mob Candy owner/publisher Frank DiMatteo, who actually appeared in the second episode of 'Mob Wives.'

He was the creepy looking guy hovering over Ramona while she and Karen were in the mob museum somewhere in Little Italy -- the entire block and a half that's left of it. We are kidding about the "creepy" part -- Frank is a great guy, even if he only pays his writers in contributor's copies... Which you have to beg him for.

Renee is actually on the cover of the new issue, as we reported earlier. And another Mob Wife is on another upcoming issue cover; we know who, but we ain't sayin'.

Jen Graziano or whoever edited the episode left Frank in, but for some reason, cut out every scene in which the guy spoke. So viewers get to see him, for like five minutes, just standing there like a mute.The audience doesn't even know who he was... Ya sure left him dangling!

Jen, next time, if someone is on your show for more than a couple minutes, introduce the person. And maybe -- maybe, let them have a word or two... Just a friendly suggestion.



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