Meanwhile, Kristin and Amanda are at El Coyote (which is not in BH) and yet again a massively popular restaurant is deserted. Is this 6 AM? Anyhoo, Amanda says Amber thinks Kristin set her up, Kristin says she’s heard Amber is bad-mouthing her (wait until she reads these recaps!) and wouldn’t have Amber on her “team”. Kristin goes on to say that BH needs to see her Society is a “close-knit circle”. She’s decided to confront Amber. But if Amber isn’t a part of your Society, then what’s the need to confront her? Just your own need to scream, I guess.
They don’t actually serve coyote, nor are they owned/staffed by coyotes. Truth in advertising = not so much.
We’re back to Nanny Boot Camp, which is being held at Cindy’s house, for no reason I can tell. Drunky shows up barefoot, in a strapless dress. Kristin says she can’t ever wear that to nanny, it would inevitably fall down – or be pulled down. Drunky seems unconvinced.
Test #1, Toddler Takes a Spill. In a brilliant bit of typecasting, Lucy plays the kid who falls off her bike. Drunky basically ignores her and picks up the bike. Protect assets, business major! Good thinking! Kristin says Drunky has to deflect to get the kid to shut up. Drunky shares that she has too much “tough love” to handle crying kids. Apparently she thinks “tough love” and “can’t stand kids” are synonymous. Um, no.
Baby go boom!
Let’s avoid depreciating this too soon.
Over at a golf course, Justin is picking out golf clothes for his big meeting with Marshall. Lindsay shares she doesn’t think he realizes how critical this is. I think she’s underestimating him. Justin acts all fun, but inside he’s actually pure business.
At Cindy’s, it’s challenge #2, poopy diaper change. Drunky has to change a diaper filled with what, mustard? on a doll. She’s disgusted. That’s an attitude a nanny should have.
Why is Lucy wearing a stethoscope for a baby DOLL? Does she think it’s a real kid, just super quiet?
Then it’s time for the multiple-choice oral exam. Of course Drunky knows all the answers. Cause in theory, nannying is simple. In practice, however . . . Kristin says she feels more confident about Drunky.
The answer is ALWAYS all of the above. Also, gentle rocking my ass.
Meanwhile, Justin and Lindsay are at the driving range. He shares he wants to score “higher” than Lindsay’s child. Oh you will, Justin, you will. He actually has a half-decent swing (until he apparently hits a car) and says he’s “Tiger Woods right now”.
I love being around lots of balls.