Note: This also counts as a holiday story.
Wendy kept James awake with her tossing and turning, but he understood, considering her advanced condition.
Just as he finally got to sleep, he woke up to the sound of Wendy exiting the bathroom, saying “Happy Labour Day!”
Still half-asleep, he mumbled, “But that was yest – oh,” stopping short when he saw her drenched nightgown.
“Oh my God!” Kim exclaims at Caitlin’s protruding figure. “You’re expecting!”
“Oh my God!” Caitlin replies, looking Kim up and down. “So are you!”
Kim frowns. “No, I’m not.”
“Uh, considering all the things you put in your mouth, I wouldn’t talk!” her twin shoots back.
“Girls!” their mother scolds.
When Adele and Sienna – twin sisters and total hotties – had their turn, Brian decided it would be funny to exclaim: “Meow! Catfight!”
But he didn’t find it so funny when, on his walk home after class, a stray tabby left long scratches on his left cheek.
Cynthia’s curled up on the couch in her robe, surrounded by junk food and balled-up tissues. “Twenty-five years and it’s over!” she keeps crying.
“Jeez,” Bree says to Janet. “You’d think Mom would’ve gotten over this by now.”
“Right?!” Janet replies. “It’s not like Oprah’s completely off TV – she’s still got her own network!”
Angie’s giving Chelsea a bath one evening, half-listening to her four-year-old’s chatter when something catches her ear.
“I love you Janelle. I neeed you. I wanna leave my wife for you.”
Angie chuckles. “Where’d you hear that? From TV?”
Chelsea shakes her head. “From Daddy when he was on the phone yesterday.”
Suzy’s husband flew back from his “business trip” immediately and rushed straight to the hospital as soon as he’d heard. He was frantic – which pleased her – and attentive in a way he hadn’t been in years – which pleased her more.
And made her “accidental” tumble down the stairs – and subsequent broken arm – totally worth it.