Gen's still trying to convince Jason that Frank is going to ruin his place. She says that Frank likes really wide wallpaper borders, and that he likes to do them over "bevelled" ceilings. MPDP says that Frank loves sheep. Jason asks why she keeps saying that. Gen and MPDP making baa-ing sounds at Jason. Gen's left sleeve is losing its battle with gravity. Is there any way to get Gen on What Not To Wear? I'd love to see her tangle with Wayne and Stacy.
Ty opens up the back of a truck as Frank comes out to talk to him. Frank tells Ty he's looking at the winner in the "date with Mary Poppins lookalike contest." Ty pops open a lawn chair and tells Frank to take a seat.
Gen and MPDP are in what must be Robin's bedroom, which is painted a nice deep bluish purple. I thought she didn't like purple. They're unpacking accessories: lights and lamp shades. Gen says she wants to give Robin a chandelier, because what she has is a light like the one above the bed. We see a shot of one of those cheapo square glass shades in white glass with a pattern etched into it, the kind that screws onto the light fixture just below the bulbs. Gen talks about how they're the lights the landlord gives you from 1973. MPDP: "But isn't that retro?" Gen: "Some things aren't worth being brought back." You don't say.
Frank wants a TV stand -- six feet long, twenty-four inches deep. He wants Ty to make it of oak or maple or whatever. He also wants a bar, forty-four inches wide, twenty inches deep, and forty-two inches high. He wants a line routed diagonally across the front of it.
Gen's going to hang a large white lampshade from a pendant fixture over the dining-room table to make a "chandelier." You know, just because it's hanging from the ceiling, it doesn't make it a chandelier. I'd say a branched quality is essential to chandelier-ness.
Frank and Robin are in Jason's bedroom working on some lampshades. One of them is one of those folding paper ones, and Frank grabs it, saying, "And what I plan on doing is, playing 'Lady of Spain' for you on my little accordion..." He cracks himself up. I can totally see him playing the accordion. Robin says something about Carmen Miranda. Frank assures her, "I go beyond Carmen Miranda." He's planning to suspend the shade from one of Jason's tripods. Good idea. Because he probably hardly ever uses those or needs them or anything.
Gen's standing next to Ty while he works in Shantytown. She points out a big puddle gathering right above his head; Ty grabs a board and pokes at the clamp holding the tarps together. The first one doesn't do the trick, so he jabs it again, knocking all the water down onto this work area and the wood. Gen squeals and jumps away as Ty yells, "Oh, geez! Look at the work conditions I'm in. It's nice, isn't it? Isn't this fun?" Let a smile be your umbrella, Ty. He starts throwing tools and stuff off the table as Gen giggles. Did he do that on purpose? I think so. If he were trying to tip the water away, he would have poked at the bulge. Why thrust at the clamp unless you're trying to knock the whole thing down?