Yeah, I thought he said he was in business for himself, too. Maybe he meant he's giving it up because it doesn't pay enough to support a family so he can look for what my mother used to call a Real Job.
Also, I thought he was the one who told Drascilla to call him dad. She said something to him and he said, "Not Jihoon. Dad." And what has happened to that child? Maybe they gave her a lot of sweets in the early episodes to bribe her to behave and it had the opposite effect?
I think Jenny was so overjoyed because she's really lonely. Summit is her only company and had been away for a couple of weeks and her daughter showing up was a totally unexpected, wonderful surprise. Luckily they have the other bedroom.
Corey and Evelyn are painful to watch. I loved it when the friend told him the whole town is calling him a cuckold. Even if they are faking it, he should have written himself a better role because this is not a good look and he comes across as a bloody weakling! How old is he? As I recall he worked in a bar. I think he was able to save up so much money because he probably didn't have to pay rent on the compound.
I don't get the quitting jobs business. Does Summit think that their money will last until the filming ends and he gets paid? If push comes to shove, Devean and Jihoon can live in his room at his parents. She's all into the shared bed and shit. But still...
I think dingaling Tiffany came with a good amount of savings, if only because of Daniel, but isn't planning to blow it all on unsafe housing and also, she wants her addict husband to feel like he has to be responsible.
What does Aladin really see in Laura? I think deep inside, he's having a good laugh and is using her to ultimately get to the US of A.
As someone above asked, what do these May-December couples really have in common and what the bloody hell do they talk about when the woman's not whinging about their many problems and cultural differences?