At this point Barry speaks up and says they’re pleased that Amber is ready to move on because they are definitely ready to move on.
Kindly do not permit the door to strike you upon the posterior as you make your exit. Cheerio.
Amber leaves and Barry says Amber “proved it today. Amber is about Amber, not the child she’s looking after. Goodbye to bad rubbish”. Well to be fair, Amber has to make a living. Just not at your expense.
Over to Cindy’s house, where on a far happier note Scott is helping the kids set up a tent. He’s going to camp with them. Cindy tells Scott that she camped recently, she was in a hotel without room service. Sing it, sister! I too have endured the hardship of being in a hotel without room service. It’s practically medieval! How did the Pilgrims and people like that survive?
Children and open flames: a natural fit.
Over at Lucy’s, Kristin is discussing her new business. Lucy’s going to send her a couple of resumes. Kristin gets a voicemail from Ally Gardner, who says she has twin girls and needs a nanny STAT. Kristin says only Drunky is free, and is scared her friendship will be “on the line”. Lucy says they ought to give Drunky a nanny bootcamp, and Kristin agrees.
We return to Justin and Amanda. Amanda says Heifer wants to have dinner and Justin suggests a double “date” with him and Lindsay. Amanda shares that she knows Heif misses Justin. Justin has bigger ideas right now, and wants to set up a business where people can rent a chef, hairstylist, nanny, etc. as needed – “lady sitters”. I don’t see any conflict with Kristin’s business, do you? Nah.
I have no reason to put this shot in, other than Justin looks super-cute in this jacket. Hugs!
At Amber’s, Shayla is cooking breakfast. Shayla says she’s freelancing, and says in her last interview (with Tricia) it was “organic and easy” but Tricia decided to go with Lucy. One gal’s “organic and easy” is another gal’s “sucking up to my famous sister”, I guess.
Time to add the seasoning packet. Sandra Lee would be so proud!
Over breakfast, Amber attacks Shayla and asks why she went out with Kristin. Shayla sensibly retorts that she’s 22 and likes to go out and have fun. Amber goes on to say she’s not going to be in the Nanny Society and had enough of the “catty girl stuff” in high school. Amber, you do know you’re the one being catty, right? Apparently you haven’t had enough of it then.
I may not have put in enough arsenic. Next time . . .