Mary Jo Connery stopped in to talk about the news her ex-husband, Joey Buttafuoco, has been making by dating the woman who shot her, Amy Fisher.
Mary Jo said she and her fiancé, Stu, had been working at a company that made posters for years, and that she was trying to put her past behind her by living "a normal life."
However, Mary Jo added that, despite this, what happened to her has resurfaced once again, and she guessed it was because Joey needed money after he lost his mechanic's license.
Mary Jo reported she spoke to Joey's manager, David Krieff, a month ago, and he proposed they "recreate" the shooting for television, which she admitted she said she'd do for one million dollars. Mary Jo then said, though, that she never heard back from David before noting she and her kids heard about Joey's latest relationship with Amy through the media.
Mary Jo went on to say she originally thought Joey and Amy got back together as a publicity stunt, but that, after seeing how happy Amy looked in some of the photographs with him, she wasn't sure, and the fact that Joey was also photographed recently with his current wife confused her even more.
Stu came into the studio and talked about how much he supported Mary Jo, and the two said they were going to get married as soon as they saved enough money for the ceremony. Howard next asked Mary Jo if Joey "ruined" her life, but she said all he'd done was "change it."
After Mary Jo mentioned she was mad at Joey for what he was doing to their children, she also commented that she felt he could "sell ice to the Eskimos," which she figured was why people believed all the things he'd said throughout the years.
Artie brought up that Mary Jo and Stu came to his standup performance over the weekend, and that one of Joey's brothers was with them. Mary Jo responded by claiming just about all of Joey's family was upset with him, and that she was still in close contact with some of his relatives.