[*] The kid loves Muni so much. She thinks it's magical and wants to ride the bus or the train whenever possible. JUST WAIT, KID.
[**] Her taste in Big Hero 6 is now exquisitely refined to the point where sometimes she just wants to watch "THE MASK THE MASK THE MASK" - i.e., any action sequences featuring the villain, who wears a kabuki-type mask. Also, it's a pretty good movie so I guess we're lucky.
ON TO THE SHOW. Ruh Roh is still trying to move the A/C unit on Octavia. Whilst showing some idle rich around, he drops the, to my mind, stunning detail that the floors were taken from a "Benedictine monastery in Austria." WHAT THE FUCK. WHAT THE ACTUAL FUCK. This had better be a lie, or it moves that apartment from "ugly" and "uncomfortable" to "actually evil." We can at least be consoled with the fact that tearing up floors from a monastery to put them in your yuppie box is a fucking 100% guaranteed express ticket to a Hieronymous Bosch-style hell.
|GOOD LUCK IN YOUR NEW LOCATION|
Roh's also in on the Bernal Heights place from last week - you remember, the one that's in a slum so grotesque it makes a Rio favela look like Chestnut Street at brunchtime. He's representing some potential buyer and human-shaped eye roll Andrew has the seller. They sit across a table from each other and negotiate like two mildly developmentally disabled fifth graders playing Risk. The place sells for $1.9 million. Everybody eats salad. The universe continues to entropy. Eventually - not soon enough for my taste - the Sun will swallow and vaporize the Bernal Heights property. It will then be worth much less.
Meanwhile, Justin has been engaged by a dentist who may not be a dentist but might be an actor playing the dentist from "Little Shop of Horrors" because that's what he seems like. He lives in a penthouse in Pacific Heights and is friends with Kathy Hilton and had his picture taken with Prince Charles once so I guess that's about everything you need to know. He wants to sell his place for $4,000,000,000 or something. Justin can't make anyone pay that much. He laughs nervously and everyone dies.
Back at Andrew's place, his gay fiancee says he maybe wants to fuck some chicks.
IT'S GO TIME on Monastery Manor. The seller, a pointy man with round spectacles, insists on $2.6 million. Roh's seller won't pay a penny more than $2.599 million. This isn't a joke! I'm not making this up! In the big-balled high-pressure world of real estate, YOU WIN if you convince the seller to accept 99.9999997% of his asking price. I wish spectacles had turned him down. "YOU INSULT ME WITH YOUR PROPOSAL. I SHALL BROOK NO FURTHER TALK OF THIS SORT. GOOD DAY TO YOU SIR." Instead, that jackoff takes it! HAHAHA YOU JUST GOT ROBBED, MY MAN. $2,599,000 instead of $2,600,000!! What a fucking rube. You think thousand dollar bills grow on trees? Idiot. Whew boy.
[Ed. note: I'm well aware that many, if not most, places in SF go for over asking in today's go-go Webvan Pets.com-style economy. For whatever reason, that doesn't happen that much on this show. Maybe they're all overpriced to start with? Anyway, fuck these people.]