There's a weird blippy transition where a old man sits on a street for hours as people rush by like in Garden State. It's kind of depressing considering we're about to visit a retirement home. In the shuttle, Rebecca gets down to it: if any of the Capital Edge women has concept ideas, they need to write them down so that they can discuss them in an orderly fashion. Rebecca tells us she decided to "step up" and prove she's valuable; Rebecca is all about stepping up, which is especially funny now, due to the Ankle. She chooses Jen W. for the event planning and catering, because of her supposed background in these things. Rebecca interviews this with an edge of murderous exasperation and that same grin, so you know what's going to happen.
At Cedar Crest, the retirement home they'll be visiting, Jen W. sketches out the event planning stuff and tells us she loves both "to entertain" and "old people." (So?) Her hair is really, really thin, and so is her voice, and I think also her sense of self. "I thought that we, as women, would be able to engage with the residents...they might see us as like their granddaughters." (So?) This is the kind of thing she thinks about. What is she even doing here? Everything she says is like that: "I like old people." "Lots of people enjoy cake." She's the most boring, wispy person I've ever seen on this show. She reminds me of Star from Project Runway. Her favorite television shows are Fear Factor, Law & Order, and ER. Two of which are fine, fine shows, but you gotta spice it up a little bit. Favorite movies include Pretty Woman, The Karate Kid, Steel Magnolias, "John Grisham movies," and quote, "movies that make me laugh with actors Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson." I don't even know what that means, but I do know that Pretty Woman is one of my three favorite movies of all time, and I do not think we like it for the same reasons. She thinks IKEA and Pottery Barn are a "little out there," I'm guessing. Talbot's is just a little too flashy for old Jen W.