Everyone sits down to talk, as Janice interviews that Christian wants to use some JDMA models in a film. Well, this certainly seems exciting! The other guy who walked in with Christian is David Ornston, the movie producer. He tells Janice, "It's a very funny bowling movie." Huh. The movie is called 7-10 Split. All I can imagine are reviews with the headline, "7-10 Shit." David interviews that there is a fashion show within the movie (of course), and Christian is designing for it. David calls him Christian "Odd-Gee-Air," which makes me worry about this whole project. More. David tells everyone at the agency that the whole movie is very sexy and young, and in fact Tara Reid is anchoring it. Early buzz is that it's a career-making performance, and that for just this film alone, Tara Reid will tie Meryl Streep's record number of Oscar nominations. In her speech, she'll thank the bowling community, who taught her that, when your life is inching toward the gutter, you just need to spray disinfectant in your rented shoes and keep on throwing the ball, baby. Christian says something repetitive in a French accent. There are also people sitting around that I have never seen before, and I don't know if they're on Janice's side or with the 7-10 Shit project. Janice tells us that the casting for the film is in two days.
And then, out of nowhere, Janice says that she's been working so hard that she hasn't been able to spend much quality time as of late with her daughter, Savannah, so she decided to take her on a shopping spree. The caption tells us that it's "Savannah Shopping Day" in Beverly Hills. It appears as though Janice is driving some sort of station wagon. Not one with the big wood panels, though. That would have been the greatest. Janice and Savannah go to a store called m.frederic. And then, there might be a bit of a continuity issue. We see Savannah looking at clothes while wearing a black tank top. Then she is in a tie-dyed shirt, telling us that she went shopping with her mom and her friend Anya, and that they were just looking around and having fun. Janice holds up a white shirt for Savvy, but Savvy hates it. Then Janice -- wearing an outfit that is completely different than what we just saw her in while shopping with Savvy -- interviews from inside a store that she's always tried to push her taste on Savvy rather than just let her be herself as an individual. I love how she says this so matter-of-factly. Suddenly, Savvy is wearing yet another outfit and arguing with Janice about whether a belt is too big or too small. Janice finally says that she just had to sit down with Duke and let Savvy do her thing. Wait, Janice took Duke on a shopping spree with her daughter? The hell kind of quality time is that? Janice says that Savvy is a pro and knows exactly what looks good on her, so she was able to go right in and get three outfits quickly. When my mom and I wanted to spend some time together, we would usually bake cookies and play Yahtzee, and I surely don't remember her hairstylist hanging around, either. I wonder if the editors put this in there to secretly make Janice look like a bad mom. I hope the folks at DCYF don't read this recap.