MPDP remarks on how big the room is. I think we've got it now: the room? It's big. Still, there are a lot of windows, very wide entranceways from the hall and kitchen, and they're not painting the ceiling. Suck it up. Steve mentions that Frank compared it to an airplane hangar; MPDP says that Frank often gets the airplane hangars, because "he can do so much with paint, he can fit the airplane hangar into the budget."
Carter pushes his hair away from his face a lot. That'll probably be annoying for those not riveted by his looks. Laurie wants the top of the coffee table to be a piece of Plexiglas under which she's going to put a piece of fabric. I don't know that Plexiglas is the ideal surface for a coffee table. Doesn't it scratch and stain pretty easily? That's been my experience. Laurie says that they're painting the table, so he can make it from MDF.
Frank and Tracee embellish lamps. He's got some plain white wooden lamps, and they're going to stick scrapbooking paper around the bases.
Laurie wants Carter to add some doors to the entertainment unit. He smiles adorably and says that's easy. Somewhere in the background, Eddie the Master Carpenter snorts and curses under his breath. Laurie says that Carter will have to come take the measurements, and pats him on the chest. Does she touch Ty this much? (Does Ty touch Ty this much?)
Frank applies decoupage medium, the better to decoupage with. I find these craft project segments pretty tedious.
MPDP arrives in Laurie's room. She seems to approve of the colour. She tries to stir up concern about the colour, but fails.
Frank does the "what about your room" thing with Tracee. She says that she trusts Laurie completely, and thinks she might be doing something contemporary. She adds, "Maybe something 'butter yellow,' you never know." They talk about how the colour they're using is very Laurie, though Frank points out, "She'd call it something like 'amber cream,' 'buttermilk fawn,' or something...I love the way she says, 'You know, I think this would be just perfect here, don't you?' She's so cute." Aw. Even though he's ragging on her, it's pretty gentle.
Brian and Carter have a bunch of "what up?" exchanges. Carter: "Now we have to go outside for some manly stuff...you ready for this? Yeah, you been waitin' all day for this, right?" Golly, with dialogue like this, maybe I'll need more expressions like "dry-humping" in the immediate future. Carter explains the coffee table project.