Laura wants her "country" living room spiced up. She's got a McMansion-ish living room with the high angled ceiling and almost complete lack of architectural detail. Some of the walls are white and some are green; the carpet is beige. The green is like what hospital green would be if it decided to be really cheery and make an effort. She's got a whole suite of furniture in an enormous green-and-white plaid pattern that clashes slightly with the green on the walls. The accent pillows are all in the same colours with plaid/gingham patterns in decreasing scale. She's got a country-ish pine coffee table and matching end tables. There are white vertical blinds on the patio doors and a ceiling fan. Laura loves the colour and the pattern of the couches, which are eight years old. She loves the "country feel." She refers to a framed picture in her living room, which is of a field of wildflowers in muted, cloudy pastels. She loves the warm feeling of this picture and refers to the purples, yellows, greens, and pinks in it, saying she would love to see something like that. Man, it's really too bad she's not getting Frank. Tim puts in his two cents, saying that Laura's a "very young, hip chick" and that it doesn't have to be country. He thinks the room can handle any style. Translation: "Please, God, deliver my friend from this snooze of a room."
Key swap. They're in front of Carpentry World, and Amy Wynn's running around in the background. I can't remember any other key swap where another member of the cast was in the background. But who knows? At this point if I could remember my middle name I'd be doing well. Jennifer and Dennis have enough luggage for a month in Norway at Christmastime. As they ineptly run off to their respective tasks, Dennis comes back to give MPDP a peck on the cheek. She chuckles and says, "Wooing will get you nowhere. You can't woo me!"