Grace waits until Aaron is gone, then levels Lily with, "So, you're kicking her out?" Lily, exasperated, says that she isn't kicking Miriam out; Miriam can't stay there because it's illegal. (Didn't Shelley say that it isn't, though?) "What a relief," Judy snides. Easy for her to say when it's not her apartment that'll need fumigating once Miriam's gone. Lily snaps at Judy to stop it and asks what Lily's supposed to say. Judy suggests, "That you'd be much happier if he never saw her again." Grace tries to butt in with her opinion, but Lily's too pissed at Judy to let her. She grits that she can't believe Judy thinks that. Grace just keeps yammering, saying that she thinks Aaron and Miriam's "love is really touching and beautiful, and [Lily] should support it with all [her] heart." Lily sarcastically says that she'll think about it, or better yet, they should make a list: "Number one: how do they go to the store? Number two: how do they cook without burning the house down? How do they do laundry? Would they do laundry? And -- god forbid -- what if she gets pregnant, or one of them gets sick?" Judy lets her finish and says that there are answers to every one of those problems. Lily impatiently says that relationships are hard enough "when people have normal damage." Grace, with all her life experience, speaks up again, saying, "So what if they have problems?" She adds that she thinks if anyone would understand that, it would be Lily. Lily looks from one to the other and snaps, "Oh, great. So now I'm Cruella DeVil!" Judy self-righteously mutters that she's going to go see how Aaron is. "Well, why don't you do that? Because clearly I don't care!" Lily snarks. Judy spins and starts to glower. Lily bitterly suggests that they take Aaron and the gang to the apartment without her; she has a lot to do at home. She busies herself at the sink, ending the conversation.
Once and Again
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Once and Again