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Inside track: the reason Lisa knows for certain that LL isn’t in a good place is because it’s absolutely true. That is the reason she wasn’t made a regular cast member. It’s also what makes the fact that she’s dating Jax or on the show at all very, very sad…
Elsewhere, Katie shows up to Stassi’s new apartment, white wine in tow (smart girl) to talk about their issues. The girls weep it out, and it’s kinda sweet, actually. Katie explains that she was simply looking out for Stassi by objecting to the fast-track relationship with Frank, and she’s hurt that Stassi would confuse friendship for nastiness. Stassi, in turn, admits SOME responsibility by explaining that she was indeed a headcase in the wake of learning about Jax’s lies and losing her apartment and dog (even though it wasn’t her dog). The girls achieve some sort of resolution and proceed to my favorite part of any fight – make up drinking!
Later, at Sur, shit’s going down! And you all get to be privy to the restaurant information vine. See, restaurants, like most other businesses, aren’t always transparent about when someone’s about to be fired. But, for those not in the know, there are obvious clues.
If you fit one of these criteria, you’re probably fine, but if you fit all, you’re probably toast. I’d start looking for a new job – perhaps at Toast?
Unfortunately for Frank, everyone knows that he lipped off pretty badly to a customer a few days before, and it wasn’t the first time. Joey, a new bartender we haven’t yet seen, is working Frank’s station in the lounge, and Frank, not in uniform, is heading into a meeting with Lisa.
Jax and Peter head over to Joey to find out the sitch, and it is HILARIOUS, Gasmii. Apparently, a group of people came into the lounge on Saturday and were ordering double martinis. Oy, already I hate these people. In case you don’t know, a martini is already 2.5 ounces of alcohol if it’s made correctly. No one orders double martinis because THEY WOULDN’T FIT IN THE DAMN GLASS. Already, these people sound horrible. Frank, however, charged them all double the price, which, as Jax correctly points out, makes them $30 drinks. Main Douche apparently got very upset when he received the bill, and started screaming and swearing at Frank. Frank, who is kind of my hero right now, called the dude a peasant, and threatened to give the guy an atomic wedgy in front of his “ugly” girlfriend.