The countdown to Amanda Woodward’s return to Melrose Place continues. She has got to be the W in Ella’s company, WEK. Last week Jane moved in to the building. This week she is nowhere to be found. So much for continuity. This week’s episode is all about Ella. It’s her birthday, and her turn for the Sydney flashbacks.
Sydney: Dead. Hilarious.
The World’s Greatest Profession
Wendy The Madam warns Lauren that if she misses an appointment she will never work as a hooker again. Her John is an insanely hot guy named Frank who is thrilled that she let him kiss her. So far this is better than my last date. Is Wendy hiring? Then he orders her to dance for him while wearing only her underwear. He wants to extend their appointment a second hour so she blows off plans to go wedding dress shopping with Riley. It turns out hot Frank was Wendy’s test. She passed with flying colors. I want to know how Frank became the hooker Mystery Shopper. That is every heterosexual man’s dream job. Shouldn’t Wendy send a really repulsive guy? That’s what I would do if I were a Madam.
Jonah Makes An Inspirational Movie
Jonah has been hired to film homes for a realtor’s website. When David sees footage of a necklace, he is moved to steal it. This is the most powerful work of Jonah’s career. The realtor accuses Jonah, who overhears Ella telling David she saw the necklace in his apartment. David claims that Jonah misunderstood. The necklace “miraculously” turns out to have been misplaced in the mansion thanks to David’s reverse cat burglary skills.
Violet’s Low Stakes Evil Scheme
Violet is a girl with big dreams — of being a bartender. Well, at least she won’t have to take out any expensive loans that will force her to become a prostitute. She takes $700 out of the register and sticks it in Kira the bartender’s purse. When she gets fired, Violet gets a whopping two hour try out. I shudder to think what will happen when she decides she is ready for the big leagues: waitressing.
I don’t play the wishing game. I want something, I go out and get it. -Ella
Something tells me you’ll have your own Jamba juice delivery boy someday. – Sydney
Set your mind on what you want, and get it. If I hadn’t learned that, I’d still be commuting to Beverly Hills from Van Nuys. In a hatchback. – Ella
Look who’s grown out of her Uggs and into her Manalos – Sydney
You were practically building a nest in that family tree. – Ella