Phew! For a moment I thought that 'Nathan' was really Kevin and that Kevin was having it off with Tyrone's partner - again. Thanks to Tommy for using the 'stealth vehicle' (aka tow truck) to verify that Nathan is not Kevin although there is definitely some hanky panky going on.
Elsewhere on the street, it's an extreme case of OMG as Rosie Webster gets the opportunity of a lifetime A scholarship? No. A prestigious job? No. A chance to help the poor and starving in the third world? Not exactly. Rosie has been selected to participate in a cheesy reality TV show - or as she calls it a 'dramality' show. This could be the start of something big. Move over Boston Rob (Survivor) and Justin Guarini (American Idol), there's a new reality contestant in town. In the meantime TGIF. On with some of the good lines from the week:
Rosie explains her good fortune to Jason:
"I'm going to be a dramality star, Jason. It doesn't get much better than that"
(For the sake of humanity, I sincerely hope that it does)
Jason tells Rosie he's not happy about the dramality show format:
"Where you have to cop off with some bloke?"
(er, yeah. that's about it)
Milton thinks Roy is kidding about his lack of interest in a new venture:
"Are you jerking my chain?"
(if by "jerk', you mean "pull" and by "chain" you mean "leg", then the answer is "no")
Jason reminds Rosie about the good ol' days:
"We used to pretend to be David and Victoria Beckham"
(Which one of you was David?)
Brian confides in Ken a deep secret:
"I've had a vasectomy"
(I think you'll find that makes a vas deferens to Julie)
Well, ladies and gentlemen, that concludes another week on the Street. Tina seems to be as stroppy as ever. Gail's hair is so long it threatens to block out her eyes. And dysfunctional management abounds at Underworld. In other words, it's business as usual. Have a great weekend and thanks for stopping by. I'll meet you here next week for more mithering right her at Blanche's Polish Hip..