For whatever reason, as soon as I heard the title of this episode, I knew that Deke would be living in a dumpster. It makes me curious as to how he manages to pull that off in NYC without trucks picking it up to empty the contents all the time. Along that note, not being able to pay for rent, not having insurance, and having no money to do anything but sit in your car and play music are all realities for folks in New York (and other places). It's a life that many people don't realize exists and that non-bums are living. Max's reaction to being intimate in a dumpster clearly indicated that she was not creeped out by the idea, had done it before, and even found it a bit fascinating. Whether Caroline's injuries will carry into the next episode will be seen soon enough (as will the possibility of her returning the car guy's interest in her), but for now, let's appreciate what we have, how we have it, and how we would condense our lives if we needed to make a dumpster a home.
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Cupcakery Savings Total: $410.00 [up $157.25 from last episode.]