Gen and her team are outside with pens, paper, and orchids. Gen wants them to use the orchids for inspiration, and they'll create a triptych.
Paige Cam. She finds Frank and Robin rooting through Jason's closet for things to hang on the wall. I hope that's because they stored his pictures there during the room unloading, and not because they can't find anything among all that framed stuff. Frank seems chagrined to see that it's the Paige Cam. They explain what they're doing. Josh comes along and squeezes in.
Jason's drawn a bad picture of a ladybug. They all laugh about it. He thinks it's going in the wrong direction. Gen tells him, "Sweetie, it can be whatever you want it to be."
MPDP tells Frank she's just happy to see that he's not spending any more money. Frank doesn't care. Frank's brain: "Shut up, Mipsqueak."
Gen says something about all using the same pen and blah-blah- thirty-five- episodes-too- many-cakes. Remember the days when you might actually see something new or different or cool on this show -- when you might learn something or get an idea you might not otherwise have gotten? Yeah, I know there weren't a whole lot of those days, but there were some. What happened to that? There's way too much "personality" and fake drama and way too little actual content now.
Josh mixes some drinks at the bar. They've finished already, and I guess they have time to kick back now. Ty shows up, remarking on his perfect timing. Frank tries to get Ty to contribute to the tip jar. Ty rummages in his pockets and chucks something into the vase. It sounds like a coin, but I'll bet it was a washer or a bolt or something.
MPDP and Gen install three shiny metal floating shelves. Gen says she wanted to give Robin someplace to put all her tchotchkes, to try to contain and control them. MPDP: "Become one giant tchotchke." Gen says you have to keep the collections under control.
Ty wanders over the sofa and sits down. Frank yells at him not to sit on the sofa with his dirty tool belt. He tells Ty not to touch the sofa with his hands, either. Ty, getting the clue that he's not wanted, decides to go back to work. As he's leaving, he accidentally kicks one of the tea candles that are arranged on the floor in front of the fireplace. He puts it back as Frank tells him to "just leave." Ty: "Great party, guys! Great party."
Gen says that the shelves cost about $45 for three of them. MPDP asks if she's okay on budget. Gen makes a face and a kind of "mnyeh" sound and walks off. MPDP sighs, "Not you, too?"