Despite him stopping by People's Rev randomly one afternoon, things between Robyn and Lucien don't exactly work out (he returned to Seattle ... and his wife, come on, you know it's true). So cut to another Ladies' Night Out, where Kelly gets right to the task of trying to set Robyn up with their hottie waiter. Who totally seems like he might have sex with Robyn to get on TV, so there's hope!
P.S. I know I don't ever acknowledge the Kelly at Home segments, but that's for your own good as well as mine, as those segments are deathly boring. Usually. This week's was pretty notable, for two reasons: 1) the sight of Kelly Swiffer wet-jetting around the kitchen, and 2) Ava, on the phone with her grandmother, trying to convince her not to shop at Wal-Mart. "Don't go to Wal-Mart! It's so bad there!" Kelly's trained her little anti-corporate darling well.
Back to poor Tandrew, though, as he gives an interview where he says he makes either $15,000 or $50,000 a year, either of which seems insane, frankly. He says he considers quitting every day. I know we're supposed to see Tandrew as a flake -- the other side of Andrew's flaky coin, in fact; but I can't help but have all the sympathy in the world for him, having to be subject to awful Robyn and her every bitchy whim. Skinner's kind of with me, and she gives Tandrew a really sweet pep talk. Partly because she can't afford to have him quit and thus leave all his work for her to do. But also because it seems like she and the Andrews genuinely band together in times like these.