At Valley Vista, there seems to be a new major issue every day. Tempers are flaring and Gage is by far the most stressed out by it all. Many a marriage has ended during a major home renovation. These two have argued the entire episode and it seems as though it is worse than usual.
In a confessional, Jeff says that Gage has gone three days at a time without speaking to him. This really does seem like a nightmare and Jeff totally makes everything even worse than it has to be.
Jeff, Gage and Jenni all head to Orange County to work a major renovation in Newport Beach. Mary, one of the owners, is getting too many opinions and not just blindly listening to Jeff and Jenni as they would like her to. Jeff ends up backing out of the deal because the woman can’t make up her mind. Gage says that Jeff is exactly like Mary when it comes to renovating Valley Vista and he is the one that makes everything take it longer than it should.
On the way to their first ultrasound, Jeff and Gage bicker the entire ride there. Jeff and Gage are super nervous about the ultrasound where they should get to hear the baby’s heartbeat. Jeff is just like me when it comes to ultrasounds. I really don’t think they look like babies. It doesn’t seem like a real thing at this point in the pregnancy. But then, they heard the baby’s heartbeat and that got both dads emotional.
Am I the only one who thought that #14 looked like it was splitting before it even went in? So apparently it did but only one twin survived the split. That would creep me out for life. Wouldn’t it be weird to know that your kid was almost twins? Wouldn’t you think about that like every day? Their due date is October 18th.
Oh. And Jenni filmed a commercial for toilets that seemed out of place for the episode and not nearly as funny as production probably thought it would be.