Back by popular demand, is this week’s MDLLA episode recap. This show always gets put on the back burner for other posts, and if I’m being honest so I can watch Christmas movies instead. But since you guys were asking for it, here we go!
Josh is getting ready for his over the top wedding. The one that Sonja almost ruined. I wonder if they will show that?
He also has a new client a famous guitarist and is wife. They want a modern house, no pool, a city view, privacy and exactly what they want with no renovations needed. They seem obnoxious already. He’s a million years old and she is a hot young blond with a banana peel plan. She hates something about every house Josh shows her. I’m shocked at what you can buy in Sherman Oaks or The Valley for less than three million. Also, why is six bathrooms a selling point? What is with this trend of having more bathrooms than bedrooms? Why do two people need six bathrooms?
Josh and his future husband, Bobby have zero things in common. Both of Bobby’s parents died last year within a month of each other. Both died of lung cancer. That’s tragic.
Tracy has a listing appointment that seems perfect for Josh’s client if you ask me. It does have a pool though and really close neighbors so maybe not. Also it is on a very busy street. Not only does the guy want the list price around $400,000 more than what Tracy thinks it can sell for, he wants the list price to be $3,893,826. I am not going to type out his ridiculous explanation for why he wants it that way. Suffice it to say he’s not all there in the head. Tracy agreed to $3.8 million to be renegotiated in two weeks.
On the day of the brokers open it is 102 degrees outside and the busy street is mostly closed due to road work. Not off to a good start. The brokers love the house but hate the street. Then the seller shows up. He is pissed that there were not hundreds of people in the open house. He’s being a dick about it.
OMG! Tracy’s husband told her in a previous episode that she was so busy with work she didn’t know what grade her daughter was in. He somehow convinced her that she was in third grade after she said she was in second. He was lying! That’s really sort of mean.
She goes back to the client to tell him that his price is too high. He refuses to do so. Tracy walks away from the property. They finally find a house with gorgeous views in Beverly Ridge for $2 million. They get it for 50K less than ask.
Josh has one more deal to do before the baby comes. The baby is due any day. All of the grandparents are there. Heather looks like she had a really big burrito for lunch, not 9+ months pregnant. Josh’s dad talks to him about him apparently wanting a boy. He’s really sweet and tells Josh that his daughter will wrap him around her little finger. It’s true. Josh has no idea what how this baby girl is going to steal his heart. Josh’s dad is thrilled to welcome his first granddaughter.
Josh doesn’t make it to an important meeting because Heather’s water broke and they are headed to the hospital. We get home video footage! I love home video footage. Heather is still working on her hair and makeup. She does look amazing in her little black dress that is probably not even a maternity dress.
I don’t think Heather made a sound during delivery. Josh is absolutely over the moon.
The upcoming scenes for the season look amazing. And Fredrik comes to help out Tracy!
We didn’t get to see the Brits or Madison this week. I am kind of worried about Madison. He looks either very ill or like he is on something. It’s scary.