Soliloquy Grace reads, "August. Short for Augustus. Worthy of honor and respect." She stares at the page for a second, then glances at the camera with a wise little glint in her eye.
Cut to Judy at Phil's, going over the basic plan with Lily and Jake. Lily's wardrobe, by the way, has progressed from a tweenie to that of a twentysomething this week. Right now she's sporting a skin-tight tank top (thankfully, it's plain), low-rise dark-denim jeans, and a studded belt. It's a big improvement over last week, although still miles away from the Lily we knew. Anyway, as Judy tries to explain her ideas for the new place, Lily keeps interrupting her and trying to finish her sentences. Lily looks down at the clipboard in her hand and declares that they should have a fairly limited menu. Jake, in the background, overhears this nonsense and protests loudly. He strides over as Lily explains that she just thought it would be simpler. "Well, it's just not very smart," Jake guffaws. Aw, it's just like the good old days, with eyes flashing, tempers flaring, and words flying. Judy tries to break it up, but is ineffectual. Lily's cell phone rings, and she rushes off to answer it. Jake takes the opportunity to tell Judy how he thinks things should go.