Ozzy and Bad Nanny and Gay Gramps appear, and Sharon explains that Kelly just wants to be a kid and the next few months are going to be very hard, but -- and this is where Sharon goes into manager mode -- Kelly signed the contract and she needs to learn that you either do it all the way, or not at all. "It's terrible. You've got no life," says Sharon, but then saying, pretty much, too bad. She then sends Ozzy in to give Kelly a hug. Uh-oh.
Ozzy shuffles down the hall and disappears into Kelly's room. The captioners immediately write "(Kelly screeching)," and the doors open as Ozzy says, "Don't fucking yell at me." Apparently that's the wrong thing to say, because Kelly has a full on freak-out wobbler meltdown, yelling, "I haven't! I haven't! I haven't! I haven't!" as Ozzy almost trips backing out of the room as fast as he can. Ozzy shuffles back into Sharon's room and says, "Don't ask me to do that again." Hee. Perfect delivery. Ozzy says he got "bullocked to death." He goes on that he's not the manager around here, and that it's not his job. Sharon, god love her, doesn't lose her amused smile for a second. She says, "She's so dramatic. I love her so much." Ozzy replies, "She's gone she's fucking nuts," putting his head in his hands. And commercials.
Night. House. Gus jumps off the counter, probably trying to avoid more butt-rape. Now back in the office, Sharon tells Kelly that she's had a bad day and she should go to bed. Kelly brats that she's not doing the Barbara Walters thing, and Sharon says she doesn't have to do it, so don't do it -- both of them knowing perfectly well that there's no way in fucking hell Kelly is getting out of it. "Don't try to look for a fight, Kel. No one's fighting you," she says. True dat.
Morning. Kelly. Sharon's bedroom. Sharon tells Ozzy that Kelly's going to New York, and Ozzy gets all interested and concerned about how much money Kelly has. She says she's fine, and Ozzy mumbles about how she needs more cash and then hobbles out of the room on a fucking mission. Sharon and Kelly laugh at him the minute he leaves. Hee. There's something about paying Kelly back, but whatever. Sharon asks if her phone is charged and then says she's going to miss her, and they hug. "Two hands," says Sharon, wanting a real hug. She's only going for twenty-four hours. Jeez. Ozzy comes back up with the money, forcing Kelly to take a whole wad. "Sell those tapes, Kel," Ozzy says, meaning, I guess, record the song well. "Rock and roll," he reminds her as she trots off.