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When Han hires a new day waiter to help out at the diner, Caroline and Max discover that Luis has a flamboyant charm to him.
However, Luis isn’t into making new friends or knowing anything personal about the ladies. Luis’s actions show otherwise, like when his cell phone ringtone echoes the Sex and the City theme song. Immediately, Caroline recognizes the tune. Luis confesses that he’s a Charlotte, and Caroline concurs.
For Luis’s training, Max just tells him to head to a customer. The elderly customer asks, “What’s the soup of the day?” to which Luis replies, “What does it say on the board?”
“And you’re trained,” Max says.
Meanwhile, Caroline really wants Han to get a cappuccino machine to help with the cupcake business, yet the ladies can’t even go halfsies on paying for it with Han.
When Oleg chimes in that he knows a guy that can get Caroline a cappuccino machine, Luis sees Oleg pop his head from the order window and immediately thinks he’s gorgeous.
Caroline and Max look at Luis strangely.
Oleg rushes into the cupcake shop with a cappuccino machine as sirens go blaring into the night. The kitchen cook keeps telling Caroline and Max to shut up when Caroline asks multiple questions regarding where Oleg had gotten the machine from.
Oleg claims that he didn’t steal it but says it’s the Armenian way of doing things in which he got the machine from someone who stole it.
Max says, “You’re not Armenian.”
Oleg says he knows, yet it’s the Armenian way. The machine retails for $600, but Oleg is willing to give the machine to the girls for free and in return he wants them to talk to Sophie for him so they can get back together. Oleg emphasizes that he wants the girls to put in a good word for him in a discreet fashion.
Over at the apartment, Caroline is glued to the peephole of their door. Max questions if Caroline is on a time out. When Sophie passes by the door, Caroline catches her doing the walk of “shame” although Sophie is quite proud of having sex all night with a stranger.
Caroline asks Sophie whether she ever thinks about getting back together with Oleg. Sophie asks if Oleg ever talks about her and seems to be more occupied with the guy she was seeing.
At the cupcake shop, Caroline tries to work the new cappuccino machine by figuring out how to steam. Caroline ends up steaming her nether regions and wonders whether she could ever have kids again, while Han barges into the shop complaining about how the girls were supposed to start work three minutes ago.
After Han leaves, Oleg comes into the shop to inquire about Sophie. The ladies break it to Oleg, and Oleg is heartbroken to the brink of tears. Oleg hides in the shop’s closet before Luis emerges asking Oleg’s whereabouts because he smells Oleg's scent of butter and sweat.
In order to learn how to work the machine, Caroline suggests working for Starbucks. The girls get hired quickly and an employee named Devon starts training them. Working the machine sounds complicated, as demonstrated by Devon.
Nevertheless, Caroline says, “I went to Wharton.”
“I went Harvard,” says Devon.
“I went to juvie and we’re all here together wearing an apron,” Max says.
As Caroline and Max learn how to take orders and work the machine, they don’t stay long enough to learn the machine. Devon reprimands Caroline and Max for being…well, Caroline and Max.
At the end, will Caroline and Max finally perfect the cappuccino?
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