Victoria prepares a special meal as the whole Gotti clan gathers to reminisce about the last few years of their lives.
Victoria buys Robert an eye-opening birthday gift; Victoria has tracking devices installed in order to keep a closer eye on Carmine and John.
Victoria begins to worry that the stress of being a business owner is too much for her young son; Frank and Carmine bring home two puppies against Victoria's wishes.
Frankie opens a tanning salon and is quickly in over his head.
Victoria is fed up with unwanted visitors coming to the house.
Returning home from Italy, the Gottis get some sad news.
Victoria charters a boat to take her family to the island of Capri.
Victoria takes a cooking class by some Tuscan chefs; Pete and Luigi take the boys fishing.
The Gottis head off to Siena to see the Palio; Victoria and the boys argue.
In Rome the family learns to draw nudes, Pete takes the boys sightseeing, and Victoria falls in love.
The Gotti family arrives in Italy.
The family prepares for a trip to Italy; Luigi redecorates the guest house.
John is graduating from high school and wants to go away to college; Victoria hatches a plan.
Victoria searches for a man for Angel; Frankie and Uncle Peter go deep-sea fishing.
Robert and Luigi go to couples' therapy; Frankie meets with a time-management expert.
Female radio-contest winners get to spend a day at the house with the boys; Victoria and Angel take up karate.
The boys challenge Uncle Peter to a football game; Victoria meets with a woman who wants to make a Victoria doll.
Victoria's Aspen vacation continues; Luigi romances the young woman who is supposed to be keeping an eye on the Gotti boys.
Victoria takes a skiing vacation to meet men; the boys want new jewelry.
John takes up boxing; Victoria auditions for a role in an off-Broadway show.
Luigi surprises the boys with his hidden talent; Victoria markets her family's pasta sauce.
Uncle Pete introduces Carmine and John to some new girls.
Robert tracks down Victoria's secret admirer; Luigi tries to rid the property of raccoons.
The rapper Gotti is welcomed into the house; things don't go quite as expected when the boys are asked to help record a rap song.
Robert persuades Victoria to fire her incompetent assistant; Luigi tries to quit smoking; Carmine gets ripped off.
The boys plan a surprise birthday party for Victoria; Luigi feuds with Victoria's friend Robert.
The boys embark on an overnight trip to the Hamptons with only Quack-Quack as a chaperon.
The boys' weekend in the Hamptons with Quack-Quack continues.
Victoria and her brother Peter dine in a swanky Manhattan restaurant.
Victoria and the boys deck the halls, go Christmas shopping, wrap presents, and look at home videos of Christmases past.
Uncle Pete takes the boys camping in the wilderness; Victoria appears on a soap opera.
Girls go crazy for the Gotti boys after one of them appears in a runway show.
Victoria's less-than-capable handyman attempts to fix the pool in time for an open house.
Victoria's celebrity matchmaker fixes her up; the boys cut loose at a water park.
Victoria aids an elderly woman who is being troubled by burglars; the boys rebel against an etiquette coach.
Victoria's dinner party devolves into chaos.
Victoria hires an inexperienced personal assistant.
Victoria takes her sons and their friends on a Miami vacation.
Victoria meets a male model; John prepares to get a tattoo memorializing his grandfather.
Frankie's father sends him an extravagant birthday gift; Victoria hires a handyman to fix up the house.