Inspector Jeffrey

Andy's "Monumental Meltdown"

Jenni Battles Lewd Snowmen

Jenni: "Crab Meat is Flying!"

Zoila was Kidnapped by "Inappropriate Aliens"

Gage and the Gramercy Drama

Jenni: Alianna is a Miracle

Jenni Talks Mini Cat Doors, Giant Paint Cans

Jeff's In-House Telenovela

Mammary Madness at Jeff Lewis Design

Jenni Talks Rough Nipples and Roller-Skating

Jeff Lewis Reflects on Monkey

Jeff and the L Word

"I Did Not Lie to Jeff."

Gage Doesn't Trust Andrew

Gage and Zoila's Endless Teasing

Jenni: Dreams Do Come True

Zoila's Tear-Filled Therapy Session

Jeff's New Boyfriend

Twist! Jeff Forgives Andrew - Ep 5

Jeff's Cockpit and Andy's Lying

Andy, Andy, Andy

There is a Time and a Place

Workplace Etiquette

Jeff Lewis, Wedding Planner

Who's the Bitch?

My Wedding Heaven Meets Jeff's Cash Calculations

The Vagina Monologues

Get Your Kicks on Route Season 6


Grammercy Gardens

Rapping Up Season 5

Truck Gas

Jeff Wants to be a Paint Star

Hey, You Never Know...

Queen of the House

We Talk to the Animals

Hanky Panky and Stinky Pink

Lupe, Lupe, Lupe!

Not Getting the Whole Big Apple

An English Cottage on Acid

Inspector Jeffrey

Episode 4:'s Associate Editor enjoys any episode that combines flan, ski masks, and mysteries.

Wow. Just wow.


So who saw that coming? One minute Andrew feels like family at JLD, the next he walks out, seemingly for good. The mysterious Mr. Coleman managed to overshadow the moonboots, burglar masks, and tequila shots, which is no small feat. So let's look back on the events that led to this startling turn of events.

We start with Monkey licking cream cheese off Jenni's hand. You'd think this was a sign of good things to come, like seeing a unicorn. FALSE. Instead everyone descends into madness and chaos.Jeff and Jenni decide to race each other in Lisa G.'s moonboots (or kangoos as they're evidently called). How else does one pass the time while waiting for the client? Not surprisingly they get reprimanded for crashing into the wall each time.


Things get even stranger when Jeff and Jenni decide to pick up a gag gift for Zoila on the way home. The pick out some long johns and assorted other oddities, but then they strike gold -- burglar masks. Of course Jeff and Jenni purchase them and then promptly drive around asking strangers where the local 7-Eleven or bank is. The best part being that Jeff made Jenni do it. As Deb.

While Jeff and Jenni are being extra looney, Andrew's in the hot seat for last week's blunders. And as you might expect, Andrew doesn't handle close scrutiny well. Besides piling on fun such as cleaning Jeff's oven or getting rolled over (literally) by a full trashcan while carrying it downhill (the smock of shame looks kind in comparison), Jeff also takes him to task for an inaccurate inventory list. Poor Andrew can barely keep it together.

Zoila performs fellatio on her birthday flan and then gets surprised with a car from Jeff. Oh and later she decides to talk to the house plant. Totally normal.Things start getting weird when Jeff, Jenni, and Vanina all realize Andrew has told them a different stories about where he lives and what his boyfriend does. That's got to be a truly chilling moment, because why lie about that? Especially in such a close-knit, super over-sharing company like JLD, where people will obviously talk to one another about it. You're not exactly going to blend into the background unnoticed.

Then of course Jeff goes into full on Miss Marple mode (while revealing that as a child he dreamed of being a detective) and drives over to Andrew's alleged address. While Jenni goes on and on about how this is totally illegal and inappropriate (way to be the HR buzzkill, Jenni), Jeff snoops around and finds a very non-trust-fund-millionaire's apartment. The mystery continues...Then comes the confrontation and the above-mentioned quitting. Will he come back? What's the truth about Andrew? Will Jeff leave the design world to become a detective?
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Jenni dishes on her HR struggles during the office's attempt at a "new day."


Jeff's therapist Doctor Donna explains it all to me and Jeff.
We need to be professional.
Jeff explains it to the office at Gramercy.
Following the doctor's instruction, I ask everyone to do a little homework.
When they are at home, they write down what respect means.
Adding how they feel they have been disrespected at the office.
Jeff is not happy with the business time waste.
I am visibly unhappy with the behavior that causes it.
Zoila weighs in on respect, which she thinks is at zero all round.
Design Dad AKA Jeff wants a "new day'" starting tomorrow.
Andy clearly still wants to play "old day."
Jeff finds something obscene to stir the pot before the "new day."
Human Resources not amused.

New clients George and Monica Eads are down to the studs.
The budget has gone way up for their renovation in the Hollywood Hills.
Monica has to tell her husband George.
Never a fun moment to tell your significant other about shipping purchases or a renovation budget increase.

In Playa Del Rey client Judy's beach house is for sale.
She is moving to Palm Desert.
Jeff makes it clear he wants to buy her incredible beach house.

Gramercy is dealing with Andrew's construction crushes.
Plus we are questioning his shirtless employee screen-savers.
Personal and professional boundaries have to be established ASAP.
Andy and the word or concept of boundary are in no way connected.
Cast as the enforcer by default causes my popularity to take a holiday.
Jeff needs to support me, and frankly he would rather be the leader of the bad boys.
Just call me Buzz Kill. "New Day" at Gramercy begins with an early office meeting and truth encounter.
Jeff is surprised at the amount of employee complaints.

Monica is taken to meet with Joseph the owner of Living Square.
Jeff hopes he can entertain her with some renovation details.
Megan cannot believe that every plumbing fixture can be provocatively described.

Andy and Megan visit the Eads' work site to supervise David the contractor and his crew. "Cracking the whip" is a term Andy prefers to use.
Andrew volunteers that "Megan will give you special favors" for speedy completion. Megan is embarrassed and asks contractor David to ignore Andy.
She is questioning the "New Day" concept when dealing with Andy's "old day" behavior.
At Gramercy Andrew's boundary free conduct is discussed with Jeff.
How are things ever going to change heading in the current direction?
Jeff keeps boundaries blurry with his own crossover fun.
Gramercy is the setting for Zoila and Gage's war zone.
When she calls him "a bitch" in "New Day" Jeff and I  have to step in: "Jenni we're stopping all this crap."Judy in Playa Del Rey has strong opinions and gives Jeff as good as she gets.
I love it.
Jeff wants her beach house, so he thinks he's on good behavior.
And he sweetly asks for a "special price."
Jeff thinks she is steps ahead of his games, because she's a therapist.
And he casually asks her to define his issues.
She without hesitation says he is "needy with low self-esteem."
I don't think these are the answers he was expecting.
She says we are both "passive aggressive."
I quickly admit to being needy with low self-esteem.
Are these the ties that bind us?

Jeff and Megan do another walk through at the Eads renovation with David. Measurements are not adding up, and Jeff is stressing.

Gage blows the whistle on Andy's office iPad photo saying, "He's a weird dude."
Snowmen with a lewd human close encounter...and carrots are involved.
Clients don't need that nasty revelation imbedded accidentally by Andy into a work file. Andy is told to remove it -- the snowmen three-way has to go.
He refuses and is clearly upset thinking we are all overreacting.
Jeff is having some very unpleasant employee realizations.