It is unbelievable that Andrew brought Nancy into it. She just happened to be in another room, and why tuna and why her bum? Maybe it’s television, but I can’t imagine anyone not being fired on the spot for this. Many other things he’s said and done, he would have probably lost a job over, but this was just went wayyyy too far.
LISA G’S OFFICE
Going over line items, Andrew’s name gets mentioned. Jeff tells Lisa about Andrew’s sexual harassment comments, so Lisa asks her lawyer to come in after Jeff asks if he can be sued for the things Andrew is saying. Lisa and Jenni let Jeff know it’s wrong that he assumed the lawyer is a man.
When did men allow women to be lawyers?
The lawyer lets them know that if one of their employees made that tuna comment, he or she would be gone on the spot.
One of the dogs, Chris, has been running after dogs while Zoila walks him. The leash snapped and hurt her middle finger, but Jeff tells Zoila he thinks she’s just trying to sue him. She flashes him the hurt finger…again…and again.
Zoila thinks Jeff is Number One.
Jeff is annoyed that Andrew left work early the previous night so that he could pet-sit for a friend. Andrew screwed up some things that were his responsibility and tried to throw Jenni under the bus. Jeff is FURIOUS.
Andrew leaves to do work at one of the properties, and it turns out he has the yelping dog in his car.
Jeff is going over the final details before final inspection. It is extremely important to pass, and everyone in the office knows it. One of the things left to do is spread rocks that Jeff specifically told Andrew to have one of the workers pick up. When Jenni goes out to ask about the rocks, she finds out that Andrew didn’t do his job.
Jenni calls Andrew and tells him to personally go pick up the rocks and get to Spring Oak ASAP. Andrew goes to the building materials store and makes inappropriate comments about size with the man working at the store. He also brings the small, constantly yapping dog into the store with him.
Maybe PetSmart is hiring.
Everyone at the job site hears the dog’s high pitched yelping, including Gage, and then Jeff. The inspector is there, so Jeff contains himself, and Andrew should be kissing the inspector’s feet for saving his life. It is a huge distraction to have a whining, yelping dog at a site, much less with an important inspection taking place. If Andrew survives this, he has more lives than Sylvester the Cat.
Andrew walks in with his lips quivering and his tail between his legs. Even though he breaks into tears, Gage thinks he has had enough chances and doesn’t deserve any sympathy. He probably shouldn’t have made it past the tuna comment about Nancy.
Andrew gets a lucky second chance…or is it the third or fourth?