Update for Tuesday, January 11, 2011. 110111 Update

Gail’s in Jail

Well, Gail doesn’t appreciate Audrey’s perfectly innocent question: “Is there anything you want to tell me?”

“Mom! We were listening to records in his room! I swear!” “I didn’t kill my husband!”

Offended, Gail asks her to leave. Audrey tries to apologize but David gangs up on her as well.

Audrey says she’ll leave but only because she doesn’t want to upset her any further. She hopes one day, she’ll accept her apology.

When she gets back chez Platt, David has a go at both her and Nick (he was busy running the factory) for not being on Gail’s side, which, to him, is worse than being locked up. And then he storms off without even finishing his chips. That’s how angry he is.

“Oh, Nick,” Audrey cries. “What have I done?”

Molly’s Maternity

Sophie’s on Skype with Sian on what appears to be some kind of non-Windows/non-Mac/non-Linux operating system. Sian wants to set up Sophie with one of Ryan’s friends but she’s non-committal about the issue. She just wants to hang with Sian at Easter break.

Kevin pops in to say hi and that he’s going for beers with the guy he cuckholded. Sophie reminds him not to be late as he promised to take her shopping.

Well, after it’s clear Tyrone and Molly are back together and the reality that the baby of hers just might be his,  he returns late, drunk, and surly, forgetting his promise to Sophie.

Rosie points this out to him but he doesn’t want to hear.

“Clothes aren’t important. People are important!” he says

“Great. If they’re so important then go say you’re sorry to Sophie,” she says.

“Pfft. No chance!”

People are more important than clothes but nothing is more important than Kevin’s sulk.

Meanwhile, Molly has told Ty that all the awful things she did to him are in the past and they’re together now and they’re going to have a baby and be a family.

By the way, how awesome was Pam on Monday night? Not only does she get a “flamin’ nora!” and a “playing happy families!” in one episode but she also gets this line about Molly:

“Someone who’s barely out of her wedding dress before she’s dropped her drawers for her husband’s best friend!”

In Other News

John’s enjoying teaching at the adult learning centre. He just hopes they don’t find out that he actually wasn’t doing Habitat for Humanity last year.

The buyers for Jason and Tina’s flat pulled out so the two will just live there for a while. Tina’s having a hard time of it.

So’s Eileen, really, who rebuffed Jessie’s plea to take him back. He’s moved out and with Jason and Tina going, it’s just her and Sean now. She’s really happiest when her house is bursting. But she needs a decent bloke.

And Janice is a bit down to. After an innocuous (to him) comment from Trevor about her eating, she’s gone on a diet. He doesn’t think she needs one but when he asks for a beer to go with the low-calorie meal she made, she has water for herself.

If only there was some kind of work-out DVD she could use to help her exercise.

About John

Former Maritimer living in the suburbs of Montreal.
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3 Responses to Update for Tuesday, January 11, 2011. 110111 Update

  1. haili says:

    Audrey and Gail always have their wires crossed and I can relate to that – moms and daughters!

    I’m starting to appreciate Pam, though I didn’t like her at first. She was fun to watch in this one. It’s a change to see Kevin with the sulky looks, instead of Molly.

    Rosie made me laugh too when Kevin said that clothes aren’t important. She was stunned by that remark – or maybe she’s always kind of stunned.

    John’s class sounded interesting. Wish I could join!

  2. Mark Daye says:

    Auntie Pam rocks, I love her!

  3. missusmac says:

    I loved Pam in this episode. She’s gone from a ditzy aunt to a woman with some layers to her. Molly deserved everything said to her. (Just wish it was Sally delivering some of that news…)

    What could possibly be more important than clothes??? Oh, having your mom on your side when you’re in prison comes to mind. Gail seemed to think she was still in her living room and Audrey was having a go at her housekeeping. Just leave then, Mom.

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