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Wouldn’t you know! I just so happen to be on an English Muffin with meat and cheese sandwich diet!
Chris says how happy Albie is now that Generic Girlfriend is living with them, so that’s nice I guess. Boring people deserve happiness too. We hear Caroline declare for the 4,729th time how her kids are “finally” settled. She’s kind enough to provide us with details on that.
Albie has a new apartment (that he paid for with his parent’s money) and a blossoming career (working for his uncle’s company). And Lauren’s breaking news is that…she’s signed the lease at the old Chateau for her latest venture, CaWTF. Cause seriously, WTF? Makeup store? Coffee shop? Money laundering front? Oh, let’s go with that one.
Anyway, here’s where your jaws hit the floor friends, because Caro’s next bullet point is “people love to say that my kids are given everything, but they built everything they have from the ground up”. I’m sorry, on what imaginary ground was that? Did they “build” on the same water that Jesus walked on?
Please show me Lauren Manzo’s capital contribution to the CaWTF corporation. I’d love to see how much she shelled out for this venture that she’s building all by herself. And what have Chris and Albie built? Besides English Muffin sandwiches?
“We’re free!” she tells Al, who jokes with Chris about how bad it would suck if they realized that they actually don’t like each other much once they have to hang out together all day. Caro does not like this turn of the conversation.
I wonder how Gay Sidekick got out of this brunch. Albie and GG gaze in each other’s eyes and fantasize about snuggling on the couch and watching Friends. Lauren relieves the table of any extra English Muffin sandwiches.
Moving right along – who haven’t we seen yet? It’s Kat at the Bindi (I think) desert shop. It’s the company she landed a meeting with after her parking lot cemetery-side business meeting. It looks like another mob front. She lectures Lebanese Dilbert to stay out of her business meeting, which totally explains why the hell she brought him with her in the first place.
She sets up shop in their office with a giant, and I mean really humungous poster of…well, it’s mostly all Kat. There’s a few desert pictures floating around here and there and maybe it says something, but it’s mostly a giant and extremely airbrushed picture of Kat.
When the airbrushing doesn’t help, just go with a smaller picture.
And I can’t get over the shirt. It looks like a Home Ec project from the 80′s. Which it might be, what with Kat being so old school and all.
She brags about giving away 700 “pieces” of desert for free at her parking lot party. Well, she says it like “I made 700 and they all went” and I just thought to myself “they were free, lady” and then Dilbert says it for me.