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Lucy is now at the Tree House Social Club, a daycare run by Trisha Fisher, sister of Carrie. Trisha is trying to explain the purpose and function of the Club and Lucy runs on about socialization. Trisha finally manages to say the building has been sold and she needs to find a new place and move. Lucy butts in to say she knows an agent. This is Trisha Fisher – she’s the daughter of Hollywood royalty. I’m sure she has a freaking agent! Probably Mauricio. Trisha observes early on that Lucy chatters endlessly and there is “boundary crossing”. We see that when Lucy says if Trisha ever wants someone to cook, Lucy’s grandmother can do that. Oh great, your entire extended family will be working for Trisha soon! Just what she’s looking for.
They adjourn to Tricia’s house, which Lucy calls beautiful 4 or 5 times, and will not let Trisha give her a tour but keeps running on and on and on. Trisha shared she couldn’t figure out how she felt about Lucy. Yes, a Lucy assault does tend to stun the recipient. Lucy says her rate, if not paid on a weekly basis, is $40 an hour and Tricia archly observes maybe she should switch jobs, then asks if Lucy is going to teach her son a foreign language. Oh snap! And she’s totally serious. Cause Hollywood royalty knows the value of a dollar. Tricia says 40 is way too high and she’s told the going rate is about half. Lucy shares that the rate Tricia wants to pay is “what babysitters make in Ohio”. And they’re damned glad to get it, bitch.
Over the Faulk house, where Justin interviews with Lindsay Faulk, (separated) wife of NFL star Marshall Faulk. First she slams the door in Justin’s face. Oh, that’s her “humor”! I just thought she was racist. Justin has brought flowers for Lindsay and her girls. He meets them and Chef Lovejoy. The girls have not had a nanny before. Lindsay says she co-parents with a widower whose daughter is one of her girls’ BFFs, so the young woman is treated like her daughter. Justin thinks that’s cool – and so do I. They then go on a tour of the house.
We return to Linsday and Justin discussing terms. He charges $35 an hour, but overnight is a flat $220 a night. He seems to have gotten along with the kids, and Brooklyn, the youngest, cries when he leaves. Justin says he almost pulled a Brangelina with her. Except Brad and Angie didn’t actually steal any children. So there is that.
Back at Ari’s house, Kristin shows up and a speech therapist arrives. Ari says the speech therapist was a “little quirky” but is impressed she made progress with Emma. At one point, Ari comments that Emma is being very attentive, and the therapist shoots back “She doesn’t have a choice. It’s either pay attention or go in the corner”. Well, Seig Heil to you, too, Fraulein!