SUMMARY: When Laura finds Paul singing Motown, she
wants to know where the baby is. The baby is, of course, at
work. At Sak's Fifth Avenue. It seems their baby is more precocious than
most, and Paul has come to the disturbing conclusion that their
baby can read minds...
Photos by Shaela
SUMMARY: Laura has found a key the baby left
behind, and, against Paul's warnings, uses it to open a locked
dresser, in which Laura finds evidence of an affair: the baby
has been cheating on her My Little Pony with another My Little
Pony. They are then consumed with fear when a pizza they did not
order is delivered to their door. Laura stomps on it in case
it's a bomb from their vengeful offspring, but nothing happens.
It's just a pizza. Suddenly, the same delivery guy is back with
Chinese food. And Laura and Paul are horrified to find that the
secret My Little Pony has a nanny-cam inside...
Photos by Victor
SUMMARY: As the delivery guy continues to ring the
bell incessantly, the couple put the nanny-cam pony, Applejack,
under a basket so they can talk freely - though they
occasionally lift the basket so Applejack won't suffocate. Paul
accuses Laura of having an affair with
someone named Bob, and is flabbergasted to learn that Laura's
never met anybody named Bob, ever. I mean, everyone knows a Bob.
Laura asks who Kelly is, and Paul confesses to telling her his
problems and watching Mary Poppins - which is Paul and
Laura's movie - with her. However, it turns out that Kelly was
actually a Jehovah's Witness who Paul confided in one day. For
the first time in the long time, there is a moment of tenderness
between Paul and Laura. But when they finally decide to risk
bringing the Chinese delivery inside, they find nothing in the
bag but a single fortune cookie - with a message inside from