John: “Buy something or get out.”
This Marigold seems like a real jerk. And Kyle doesn’t look happy.
“The Wrinkles? Oh, yeah. That one sucks. Got the latest issue of ‘The Boys’?”
It’s farging war!
Bernice should understand that she’s just a student and NOT somebody who could actually do anything about Piro’s situation, except make it worse. The college should have resources for this.
OK, Pam, time to call the elderly services hotline. This is a sign of mental illness.
Piro picks up his backpack and leaves without another word.
Bernice is such a self-absorbed jerk. She’s going to make a terrible psychologist.
The strike ends. Ed waits anxiously for his first shipment.
The shipment of several boxes arrives.
He rejoices – then crams them into the garage where he’s hoarding all of his other unopened purchases. He then heads back to the computer to order more things he doesn’t need and will never use.
“But enough of this banter. Let’s talk about how the divorce was all your mother’s fault.”
I’d worry more about what her ex-husband and his family are going to be saying about her to Heart.
“You know your mother was entirely at fault for our divorce, right?”