The Mooch And His Wife Are Back Together

December 1, 2017 / Posted by:

Things are looking up for Oscar the Grouch’s mean uncle Tony. According to the New York Daily News, flash in the grease pan ex-White House communications director Anthony Scaramucci is getting back together with his wife, Deidre Ball.

If you haven’t self-lobotomized with drugs and alcohol to forget about the memories of those heady, early days of the Trump administration, you’ll remember that Deidre filed for divorce from “The Mooch” when she was nine months pregnant. There were rumors of an affair and it was reported that “Little Big Tone” (his self-given made name) not only missed the birth of his son, but also didn’t get around to giving him a jovial tap on the jaw and a cigar until almost a week later because he was off doing important D.C. stuff.

But those days are over, Tony’s on a new path and Deidre has agreed to walk it with him. She’s discontinued her petition for divorce and is shacking up with Tony in his double wide dumpster over on Manhasset, Long Island. A source tells TMZ say The Mooch and Deidre are “absolutely” back together. The Mooch’s rebound, Kimberly Guilfoyle, has also moved on to a bartender.


Meanwhile, Oscar is still waiting for an apology. He had Uncle Tony over to his can at Thanksgiving and Tony really got into it with Oscar’s girlfriend Bitchy Betty. Some of the names and accusations that flew that night are not suitable for print in this family publication. Let’s just say Betty went straight home and started sharpening her shanks (she has a lovely, museum quality collection). Until he apologizes to Oscar and Betty, Tony better sleep with one eye open!


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