Knock on wood, Cooper. Knock on wood. For all you know, come February, your hours will take another hit. And will Gus hire you back, manipulative little bleep that he is?
(For those that don’t remember, Gus offered Cooper a “promotion” that wouldn’t grant much of any benefits and would give him a cut in pay – and now he’s getting what he deserves)
Maybe he should just cut his hours there to keep his foot in the door. You never know what might happen at Grumbel’s.
To be honest I thought Cooper had packed that job in ages ago. We haven’t really seen much of him working there lately.
Cooper and Val talking? Did they make up? We miss something? Did Norm forget the continuity?
It could be an “eye of the storm” thing.
It’s possible that Cooper and Val are still angry at each other, but they’ve chosen to sweep it under the rug rather than deal with it.
I’ve seen couples do this in real life, and it seldom works for long. Usually, they’re both still stewing over it, and sooner or later, the issue is bound to come up again.
What’s going to happen the next time Val has a family engagement and wants Cooper to come?
They can’t hide from this forever.
Or it might not have been that big of a deal for them. They probably just let it go.
Maybe they’ll make it up in time for Christmas?
This reminds me of the “Things To Do In January” series Norm did. “Lay off the Christmas help” “You’re absolutely, hands-down, the most dependable, hard-working temporary employee I’ve ever had to lay off” or words to that effect.
I’d be waiting until I see how my hours are in January and February before making that decision! Speaking of, because my hours are going to take a major cut, I’ll be having to look for a second job myself. You never can tell when that extra $400 a month will come in handy!
I think Cooper feels safe with Marla at the helm – Marla believes that while Cooper is a slacker, he is a good worker and one of the last people he’d ever want to let down would be Marla.
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