No. 3 Ohm My God
I'm all for trying new things, especially if it's to help an ailing dog, but I was a little confused about what a "pet communicator" is or at least how a "pet communicator" operates. How does one become a "pet communicator"? Is it a specific subset of psychics?
There seemed to be a lot of requests coming from all of Jeff's pets. Though I'm not sure which was stranger -– Chris' request to be named Angelo or Casey's desire to hear Gage and Jeff have more, um, intimate moments. Who knew Casey was such a pervy puppy?
No. 2 Stinky Pinky
Jenni may have the best/most inappropriate line of the episode (which is a feat given it's in the same episode where the suggested color name for a new Caesarstone was "discharge") – "Stinky pinky is not being played without a glove." Oh, Jenni.
And of course Zoila has to critique Jenni's salve-applying technique as she swabs Casey's behind with a Q-Tip. Tending to BMs is clearly a group effort at JLD. And then Jenni one-ups her previous comment by saying, "I'm open to any duties." Yep, she went there.
No. 1 All Fired Up
The scene between Randy and Jeff was not pretty. However watching Jeff in action when he has to lay down the law with his contractors is like watching a train wreck. You want to look away, but you can't.
I can't decide what was sadder -- seeing Casey in the hospital or watching Randy completely lose it on Jeff. I really felt for Randy, because as someone who gets stressed out just by renting an apartment, I can only imagine how difficult it is to deal with a huge investment property in such a bad market. And Jeff was totally sympathetic, but he just didn't want to be helped. Not all the poop jokes in the world could lighten the mood after this scene.
Next week we get to meet Jeff's father! See what fatherly advice he has in store.