Don’t leave us hangin’.
I totes don’t give low fives.
I’m a high five gal.
Nick gets to Monroe’s house and Monroe is pounding some liquid courage before he tells Nick what he saw. He stammers and stumbles and eventually is able to spit out that Juliette was in his shop making out with some man. (He doesn’t yet know it’s Nick’s boss.) Nick, always the emotionally challenged, reacts like I react when the drive-thru lady tells me to pull forward and wait in the spot up ahead. We’re mad, but quiet. (And I’m hungry). I thought Nick’s response was “phew”… but then I heard that he said “who”… which upset me. “Phew” was much better. Monroe says it could have something to do with the spell that Adalind put on her. Nick asks if she recognized Monroe, he said yes, and Nick said “then she knows this is coming”. Now, I’m technically not a supporter of spousal abuse, but seeing as she’s not his spouse, I’m not opposed to a little smack down at Casa de Juliette.
Here’s a story, of a man named Brady.
Who was living with three boys of his own.
They were four men, living all together.
Yet they were all alone.
Renard is in his office calling Juliette. Juliette is all whiny and she tells Renard that she knows Monroe and that Nick knows him too. She goes on to explain that she has feelings for Renard, but she’s all confused inside. Nick pulls up and she rushes off the phone.
’Til the one day when this lady…
…met this fellow.
And they knew that it was much more than a hunch.
That this crew, must somehow form a family.
That’s the way I just threw up my lunch.
Threw up my lunch, duh dun dun dun… That’s the way that I just threw up all my lunch.
Juliette, “Hey”. Nick, “Hey”. Juliette, “I’m glad you could come home”. Nick, “What did you want to talk about?” Juliette, “There’s no easy way to say this, but I’m having feelings for another man and it’s kinda driving me a little crazy”. Nick, “Who is it?” Juliette, “Please understand”. Nick, “WHO is it?” Juliette, “Oooo-kay…” Nick, “You know what, I don’t want to know. It’s none of my business anymore.”
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