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Howdy, Gasmii! Thanks for all your comments last week. Ari, it was nice to hear from you as well!
First, I have a programming announcement: Starting 8/7, Beverly Hills Nannies is moving to Tuesdays at 9. Be sure to set your DVDRs. Or VCRs. Or Betamaxes.
On to our ep! We open with a repetition of Cindy’s desire for a “manny”. First, as we’ll see later, she really wants the first part of that word. Second, let me solve your problem:
On to Amanda and Lucy hiking. Well, walking along a hike trail. Lucy is having a birthday party and is inviting everyone. Amanda still doesn’t have a job, despite her experience babysitting since she was 12. 12, people! With that breadth of experience, I’m stunned she hasn’t been snatched up yet.
Anyone else tired of Amanda’s “aw shucks I’m just a lil’ ol’ gal from the Midwest” shtick? They do things differently in Hick Town, pop. 25. We get that. You’ve been out in BH long enough to have gotten over it!
We end with Lucy saying “once you live here you’re literally ruined”. Not if you find a nice lucrative career in porn! #TheMoreYouKnow
Over to the Margolis house, where Scott is interviewing. Cindy thinks he’s hot. I think coming on to the staff is horribly bourgeois. New money never knows how to behave. Cindy and Scott agree that Scott will come over on Saturday to meet the kids. Scott shares that he helps kids find their place, because he had a raw deal as a child with no one to guide him. Is he an orphan then, or just a guy whose mom was there but dad wasn’t, like oh half the world?
At the Faulk home, Lindsay is going out and Justin is left with the girls. He complains Lindsay didn’t give him much direction and has thrown him to the wolves. Because it’s your job and you’re supposed to know how to do it, honey. Also, we learn that contrary to what we heard before, Justin is the latest in a long string of nannies. Just like the Darlings! Wonder if Justin knows any chimneysweeps? He shares that his tiara is no match for the Faulk girls because they’re Hollywood royalty. Thanks, Cinderella.
Commercial. We return to Kristin and Tricia. Tricia is explaining that Lucy is sweet but she’s not sure they’re finding their “groove” with her. Kristin looks alarmed. Red alert! Imminent meal ticket loss! Tricia says she wants to meet someone else so she has a point of reference. Then why are you not using one of BH’s reputable staff agencies instead of Kristin’s stable of dysfunctional, unqualified misfits?