This week's episode is my favorite so far.
Nick is just awesome, and I love being around him more and more every time. Anyone that can go head to head with me on food has captured my heart. We definitely have to include him in my life and my work. What a unique, sweet individual. As I say in my next book, All Roads Lead to Rome, we didn't hire him at first, but it all came around, as it should.
The Hester street fair was so much fun. That kind of down home street food is my idea of a good time. New York has so much incredible and varied food at great prices. The accessibility of any culinary treasure is endless.
I loved seeing Nick with Bryn. I bet he'd make a great babysitter, and she can even eat peppers now!
Gina, Gina, Gina. She is one of a kind. We really did work for her. We love her so much. You can only imagine how much of a challenge it is for me to have someone living in my home, but she really cared for and loved Bryn and that is my number one priority. We really did have some pee your pants laughs. I don't let many people in, but she is someone who is in our lives. She is family, and we'll take care of her and help her with anything she needs.
As for Max, the bottom line is that he wasn't really interested in hard work. He really wanted attention and to meet girls. I can't blame him for whatever his priorities are. I'm just running a real business here, and I have zero tolerance for people trying to take the easy way out. I busted my ass to get here and Julie and Jackie, my assistants, bust theirs every day.