Instead, the scene continues into the kitchen, and Vince is all, "What do you want me to do, fire him?" And Eric's like, "Yeah, basically," and I can't tell if he's kidding, but they're both stupid enough to do it right now. Vince starts dialing, and Eric orders him to put down the phone and turns it into some weird Yoda life or object lesson about how Vince shows zero interest in his life or career and needs to step up to bat at least occasionally. And Vince says that it is hard. I'm not paraphrasing. Vince is like, "This shit is hard." And I'm like, life? And Eric is all, "So what do you want me to do, make your decisions for you?" And Adrian and Vince work together and manage to win back all of my love when he grins and his eyes sparkle as a little bit of life enters his body for the first time and he says, "I don't know, I can't decide." And it's cute and sweet. And also awesome to watch these boys in action because they play each other like, I don't know. Like with the Suzuki Method. More weird kitchen business: pouring glasses of water, eating things out of boxes. Sticking fingers in food and eating off of them. Eric's all, "Do you even know where I'd be if I had your face?" And Vince goes, "Yeah, well..." and then sticks his entire index finger into his mouth and pulls it out with this weird sound and I don't know what he was eating but it was very, um, sticky. "You don't." Vince launches himself across the kitchen at Eric and asks Eric's opinion. Because he hasn't already given it eleven times. He gives it again, and Vince is all, that's settled then. And they have a stupid conversation about how vacations aren't vacations if you're stressing during them and so, even though Vince hasn't worked in three months, his "chill" time starts now because that didn't count.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: B- | 1025 USERS: B-
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