Over at the Apex house, an aggressive bass guitar can only mean that Baldford is talking about primer again. And what do you know? He is! Kevin, in other news, is all excited because he has a contractor coming over who was a referral from a broker he had called. "So he's out of the box," Kevin says excitedly. Now...consider what that means. Does he mean "outside the box," like you have to be a wacky contractor to be referred by a real estate broker? Does he actually mean "out of the box"? What does that even mean? Do most contractors require assembly? ["I think it's similar in meaning to 'plug and play.' Still. Though it pains me: shut it, Kevin." -- Sars] Kevin tells us that he "took it upon [him]self" to get the contractor, and we see him tell the guys that he'll be handing out Heinekens "at 3:00 on Sunday." Do you suppose he gave a deadline of 3:00 and Mosaic gave a deadline of 2:00? Because I think giving an artificial deadline an hour early would be very, very smart, and I'm wondering if that's what Wes did. The contractor asks Kevin when he's supposed to start, and they're like, "Uh, now." The guy looks a little surprised, but takes it on. Raj expresses a concern that they're giving the guy more than he's going to be able to do, but the guy says, "Never too much!" And of course, a contractor is the best possible source for how much work you should give him, ARGH. Baldford interviews that Carlos got to be their contractor basically because Kevin was "amped" about hiring him.
In a fateful conversation with Kevin, Raj says that he's concerned about Carlos "flaking," and while eating a pizza, Raj says that contractors not being done when they're supposed to be done is not exactly an unusual happening. In an interview, Raj declares himself officially "nervous about Carlos."