These two blues on the walls and ceiling in Frank's room look weird together. I can't quite put my finger on why. I think the blue on the walls has just a touch more green in it, whereas the ceiling colour is more of a powdery sky blue. Anyway, they clash. Frank's still trying to get Robin to tell him her worst-case scenario -- the one colour she would hate. She says she really doesn't want purple. We get a shot of the ceiling, which has the same kind of ugly, sloppy, bulgy texture as the walls. Who finishes a surface like this and calls it good? Josh and Frank ask Robin about magenta and pink. Robin doesn't want pink.
Cut to Gen, pointing out that she also bought some pink calla lilies for the room. Big whoop. I doubt Robin's going to freak over a few pink blossoms. Are we that desperate to manufacture conflict and drama, that it's come to this? Lots more shots of Gen's ample cleavage as she keeps leaning over to pot things. Gen advises Michelle that it's a lot cheaper to buy plants at a home-improvement store than at a flower shop. Michelle: "Especially if you're going to kill them quickly."
Paige Cam. Ty tries to keep the rain from pouring in on his work. He yells that he's going to try to work outside: "Somewhere a little drier."
Gen: "And I brought my favourite thing: moss." She's got a bunch of it to put around the tops of the pots. They laugh about how crooked Michelle's orchid is.
MPDP traipses into Jason's bedroom, dripping wet. Frank's stuffing pillows there. He apologizes for taking over "her room," joking that he thought a star of her calibre would have something a little nicer.
Gen and Jason are in Sewing World. I can't figure out where they are; it's an apartment like Jason's and Robin's, but with a different style fireplace than Jason has, and on the opposite wall. I suspect they must have begged one of their neighbours for space. Gen shows Jason a square pillow cover she's made from the olive and café-au-lait fabrics in four alternating triangles. He declares them "bad-ass." He loves the fabrics. I'm not loving them together. She says the fabrics were "rem-a-nants," and that the olive fabric was $8 per yard marked down from $45. She gives him some sewing instructions for a different pillow.
MPDP offers to help Frank stuff pillows, while she regales Frank with tales of Ty's disaster area.
Gen ribs Jason about his sewing skills or lack thereof.