Madison is otherwise tied up with a couple from Massachusetts who have this weird thing where they're a man and his sister-in-law. "It's all about the kids," they keep saying. Whenever buyers talk about kids on MDL, don't they always make it sound like a weird euphemism for something?
"Yeah, it's all about the kids..."
"Little worried about how the kids might act in this room."
"This room makes me a little anxious about the kids..."
"We're really only looking at this... for the kids."
Buuuut, at the end -- let's cut to the chase -- they're seconds away from buying a house when they cancel it. So they are relegated to Recap Purgatory. Goodbye.
Now back to Flagg! And his big announcement! Right before it, we get to see Sleepy Josh, which I swear to God is one of the most sublime parts of this show. If you don't believe I feel this way, here are my notes from when this particular portion of the episode:
"yeeeees Yess sleepy josh!!! Sleepy Josh Sleepy Josh!"
If you don't feel the same way, get out! Get out, I say!
And then, the big announcement: "here'smyboyfriendcoltonhe'sthemostimportantpartofmylifeandyouneverevenknewheexistedandnowherehecomeswalkingrightin!!!"
(Check out shots from Josh's photo shoot for his new book, including more of him with Colton.)
All right, so we don't get to know Colton too well in this episode. We'll have to wait for more. He seems nice, though. And I'm happy to know that at least one Josh has this nice thing in his life.
Peace in the valley.
Tell us who's your #milliondollaragent.