At Ember's home, Parker is visiting to spend time with her and Erwyn. Ember is working on serving up snacks.
Parker: Are you sure you don't want any help? I scoop a mean bowl of ice cream.
Ember (laughing): No, I think I have it covered, but thank you. Besides, I'm master of desserts in this house. Right, Erwyn?
Erwyn: Right. Are we gonna watch the movie soon?
Ember: Are we GOING to watch the movie soon? Yes, we are.
Ember: I've heard it's very funny. Erwyn should like it too.
Erwyn: I will. My friends at school told me I need to see it.
Parker: Well, that settles it, we have to watch it.
After enjoying their food in the kitchen, they head to the living room where they settle down to enjoy their selected movie.
At the Hamilton's, they are settling into having Cristian home. Although Cristian normally sleeps in a cribinet beside Avery, when Craig is home and to give her some time to rest, Craig will put Cristian in the crib in the room he will share with Aviana. Today, Cristian was sleeping in his crib while Aviana played quietly in the room, but now he's wide awake and crying. Craig answers his call.
Aviana: What's on tap?
Craig: It's just a term I use because he gets his milk directly from your mother, just like you once did. But now you don't get yours on tap, because you get it in a cup.
Craig transports Cristian to Avery so he can be fed. She was resting because of her erratic sleep schedule throwing her sleep off.
Craig: Good. You should do that. You can get some more rest that way too. Where is the pump?
Avery: Can you believe that out of everything I put on my registry, that's the one thing I didn't get at the shower? I wasn't in a rush to go back to the store and get it either. I just figured I had time, so why rush?
Craig: I can go get it. What store?
Avery: In Style Baby. If you just go in and ask about my registry, they'll help you get the one I want.
Craig: Okay. I'll get it tomorrow. Will that work?
Avery: That's just fine. Thank you. I appreciate it.
Craig leaves Avery to feeding Cristian while he goes to play with Aviana for a little while before he makes lunch for the family.
At In Style Baby, which is closed, Jaguar is setting up the new cash register. While his sisters, Mercedes and Logan, and the store's other employee, Waverly, watch and wait. They need to understand how to use the register before they open Monday.
Waverly: So it will track inventory too, right? I hate when counts are off.
Mercedes: It had better. That's what the sales person promised. If not, it's going back where it came from.
Jaguar: I'm sure it will be fine. Do we have the up to date manual list so I can check accuracy?
Mercedes: Yes, we do. I'll go get it from the back room. Logan, can you come with me to help me move that new stock quickly while I'm back there, please? It should take Jag a few more minutes to get this going.
Logan and Mercedes head to the back office and storage area. After he is sure they have left, Jaguar walks over to Waverly who has decided to ensure things are straight.
Waverly: What are you doing?
Jaguar: You know I can't resist you, Woman. I just want to be all over you. You're coming over after we're done, right? I'll draw us a hot bubble bath, light some candles, turn on soft music, pour some sweet wine. Just like you like it.
Waverly: Shhh! You want your sisters to hear?
Jaguar: I don't care. I don't know why we're being hush about it.
Waverly: You know why. Wasn't it you who told me that the last person who worked here that you dated ended up being ostracized when they found out about it? It wasn't too long until Mercedes insisted on firing her?
Jaguar: Yep, that was me who said that. But that was different.
Jaguar: I won't let that happen to you. I promise. Mercedes and Logan will just have to understand.
Waverly: If we get serious, then we'll tell. But until then, I like my job and I have bills to pay. Unless you're ready to pay them, I think we need to be discreet. Okay?
Jaguar: Okay. So you're coming over for the night, right?
Waverly: Yes, of course. A bubble bath sounds great.
They all spend another hour at the store practicing with the register and ensuring things are okay for Monday. Then they each head home.
At Peyton's house, Henna and Onyx are visiting and chatting.
Onyx: What's wrong with that?
Peyton: He wanted to stay over and take me to breakfast. I've known him maybe a month and he thinks that's okay. I swear these men out here have lost their minds. I know there are some good men out there, but he proved he isn't in that crowd.
Onyx: A good man is hard to find. I think my man is a good man. Not sure if we're headed to the altar, but I'm sure I want him around right now and for quite a while longer. So when you finally get one, it's time to hold on and make it work. For now, toss that guppy back, Pey, and get a bigger, better fish.
Peyton: I hear you.
Onyx notices Henna has a strange look on her face.
Henna: Huh? What?
Peyton: Girl, where were you while the two of us were in this room?
Henna: Sorry, I was just thinking....a...about the good man thing.
Onyx: Is that a good thought or a not so good thought? I can't tell. Please tell me it's a good one and you think you've found one.
Peyton: Oh, Boy! Girl, please tell me we're are not back to the whole Maurice thing. I thought you moved on from that.
Onyx: Amen! To quote the words of a famous song, "Let it Go! Let it Go!" Enough already. There are so many men out there. I'd rather hear stories about them, not the same guy, who by the way, already has a woman.
Henna (after hesitating): That may not mean anything. I..I...never mind. Let's talk about something else.
Onyx: Wait, if this is going to get good, we need some drinks and I'm not talking water.
Peyton: You're right. I feel something juicy is coming. Give me a few minutes and we'll be ready. That will give you time to figure out how to tell the story.
Onyx: I'll help you get the popcorn or what will have to serve as popcorn.
Well, that's all the catching up for now.
Thanks for stopping by. ~ Jaye