Kristin says the Shayla, who’s “young” and “artistic” might fit the bill. She says Tricia shouldn’t paying someone to stress her out. Every boss in the world does that, dear.
Kristin then gets her serious face on to advise us that “business gets messy” and though she’s friends with her gals, the client has to come first. CEO of the year, that one.
Now Amber and Shayla are walking, Amber wearing something she must’ve stolen from an old groupie. Shayla explains that she wanted to clear the air, and that Amber saying she was “wishy washy” upset her. Amber tries to interrupt, Shayla asks if she can finish, Amber then says Shayla “snapped”, and they argue a bit. Shayla says any little conflict sets Amber off. Ya think? Thanks, ABC Family, for that complete waste of a scene.
Hendrix wants his headband back.
Meanwhile, Lucy has brought Amanda to Paul Jean Hair for a cut and color. I wonder how they can afford it; it’s $200 for a cut alone there. Amanda’s hair does look pretty though (albeit still too long). Then Lucy and Amanda go to a place that looks like it’s off an alley to get eyelash extensions. Amanda does her aw-shucks routine again and refuses to get it done, so Lucy gets hers done. I just use lengthening mascara. Cost, $7.99 on sale/with a coupon.
Big city = so scary!
Commercial. We return to Amanda and Lucy driving to Lucy’s place so Amanda can borrow interview clothes. Cause back in Hick Town, I guess all they wear are overalls. Amanda is anxious because apparently BH nannies have to keep up with their employers’ lifestyles. Or just not dress like a ho or a hobo. Lucy advises Amanda should have trendy but not overly sexy attire, and must wear heels, which horrifies Amanda. They settle on leggings and a top, which doesn’t scream trendy. It screams Wal-mart.
At the Faulks’, Justin is chatting with Lindsay about their both having been raised by single mothers. He shares he thinks they can be friends. You said that about Heifer, too. Remind me, how did that turn out?
Over at Joely Fisher’s, Tricia is going to try Shayla while she (Tricia) goes to an audition. Shayla shares she really likes Joely, and spends most of her time
chatting sucking up to Joely. Tricia says Shayla didn’t take initiative, that Shayla looked awestruck, and that she’s not sure Shayla is right for her family. At this point, I’m still thinking pretty highly of Tricia. That will, sadly, change.
Commercial. Back to the Margolis’, where Kristin and Scott have shown up. Kristin keeps saying they’re “co-nannies”. I think it’s more like Margo and Eve. Cindy, revoltingly, keeps saying Scott is hot.
Moo! Yep, we’re back at the Heifer homestead. Heifer tells her precious little bundle of joy that they’re going to see if Amanda is “good enough” for him.
I pity the poor gal who ends up being his wife. Monster-in-law indeed.