"You know how your friend Sophie's Nana couldn't remember anything, because she had Old People's Disease? We're looking for somebody like that." Frank makes noise about not being stuck in a home and Fiona laughs that he'll outlive all of them, and you know the bastard will, and then she worries if Veronica will get in trouble for letting them steal olds, and Veronica says the harshest grossest thing: "Girl please. This place is just like what you see on the news. A month ago, one of the night shift guys got caught fucking Mrs. Hebert who's in a coma? He just got a raise." Too far, I think, bridge too far. And anyway, there's a crazy-looking Aunt Ginger right there, lecturing a ficus on cooking au gratin, and Debbie's like, "Found her" and everybody agrees that she is perfect.
More Milkovissues outside the Kash & Grab, once they've closed up for the night, and they finally go away, and in the back of Kash's truck Ian is like, "This sucks, I shoulda just fucked her," and Kash tells him that's not how it works. And Ian says that Kash can shut the hell up, because tell me again about relationships with women when you're gay, and Kash admits he had no idea he was gay until after he married my wonderful Linda, so it's not fair to throw that in his face. Ian's like, "No, I'm going to be straight like you are then," and Kash knows he's not serious and says he'd be happy to join Ian out in the sunshine except he loves his kids, so follow my example by not following my example and complicating things for yourself. The last thing this relationship needs is another wife; on the other hand there is no other way this storyline could possibly play out.
Aunt Ginger remembers her house well, despite never having been there before, right down to the bookcase her brother Norman did not build, and Debbie of course takes her in hand immediately. Meanwhile Mr. Perry is still there in drag, so Frank shoves him out into the street like the Mole Man, and he wanders away, and that little second of him standing in the yard in a dress and makeup felt to me like the truest thing of this show so far. Grim, grisly, hilarious, shameless.
Long montage of Debbie and Ginger doing loving grandma-type things together, which while enjoyable is also clearly the most efficient way for us to care what happens at the end of this episode, but since it does the trick I'm not going to call it a gimmick. Let's just say "efficient storytelling" and leave it at that.