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We’re back to Drunky at her first day on the job. Long story short, she makes no effort to control the kids or impose any kind of discipline or order.
Cindy comes home, goes to work on the patio, and Drunky is supposed to make dinner for the little darlings. She just lets them run outside instead. Cindy shares she thinks Drunky was overwhelmed, but she doesn’t have time to interview new nannies or hold a bunch of trial days.
To her credit, Drunky tells Cindy that she’s more suited to older children, and this isn’t a good fit for her. Cindy calls Kristin and reports on the day, which results in Miss Stick Up Her Ass proclaiming that Drunky’s put her business and reputation on the line. Being honest isn’t compromising your reputation it’s enhancing it, idiot.
Over at the Faulks, where Justin and Marcus greet Heifer and Amanda. Amanda gets a “swimming lesson” from Marcus while Justin is ignored.
Justin and Heif do seem to be getting along though, so there’s that. We end with Marcus taking Amanda’s number. Will he call? The lack of suspense is killing me.
Curtis arrives at Lucy’s to talk. She shares needs to understand why he gets so frustrated, and goes on to say it’s been 7 days and 4 hours since they’ve seen each other.
Lucy starts by saying she has been neglectful (something Tricia told her), so is that the problem? Curtis says if there’s a problem he tries to hide it from her. Which is not an answer. She says she doesn’t want him to be angry with her over things like falling asleep, to which he responds “Oh, you’re stuck on that”. HISS! He then says he’s “never dated anybody who’s so busy”. She has what appears to be a part-time job. What “so busy”? Are all the other gals you’ve dated unemployed? Amber says she wants Curtis to feel happy, he says he loves her (note, no interest in her happiness), she says she does too.
As they embrace, Lucy tells Curtis he “smells like construction”. I had to rewind to hear that because I was too busy screaming NNNNNNNNNNOOOOOOOO the first time.
At the Faulk home, Justin is helping Lindsey pick out dresses. He’s going to introduce her to some men. Isn’t that called pimping? Just asking.