Go Frappe Yourself – Me and My Grandma (Ep. 6) | MyLifeAsEva

Go Frappe Yourself – Me and My Grandma (Ep. 6) | MyLifeAsEva


– [Janey] Previously
on Me and My Grandma. We are moving out of the ass. – I’m so glad you implied
that I can live with you. – Take a photo and deposit. – I know that you saw
me hooking up with Chad in the bathroom. – She said that if I
breathe a word to anyone she’s going to have us
kicked off the movie. – I was using her phone
and I found a dick pic. – [Janey] I wish there
was something I can do. – What do you mean
the check bounced? – [Female Automated
Voice On Phone] The
number you have dialed is no longer in service. My bank account is at
zero but I didn’t take any money out. It was my, oh, I don’t
know what he was. No, no, I have terrible
cell reception. Don’t transfer me. – Oh, my god, Grandma,
you were right. Oh, sorry. You’re in the phone spot. – I’m on hold. Is everything okay? – Oliver broke up with Victoria. I thought I was
going back to sit for re-shoots but
then Oliver kissed me. It was amazing like when Adam
Devine kissed Rebel Wilson in Pitch Perfect 2. – Aka-What? – Grandma, that won the MTV
movie award for best kiss. – Those awards are bullshit. – What’s up with you? Are you hangry? Normally you’d be
interrogating me about whether or not I had sex with Oliver. – What, you had sex with Oliver? – No, we just kissed. I’m a 3rd date
girl, you know that. (sighs) You’re not even listening. Who are you talking to? – Oh um, you know
those corduroy pants I ordered a few days ago? Well they came and
they’re not ribbed. They’re smooth. They’re just pants. (scoffs) – Well, give ’em hell. I can’t have my Grandma
walking around town with some smooth
pants like some chump. – I do feel like a chump
in those smooth pants. I didn’t even need new
pants and I thought, new pants might be fun. But new pants totally
screwed me Janey. I don’t think I can
ever trust a pant again. – Okay, I can see that this
is really important to you, but can we talk about my thing. I mean, did I do
something wrong? I just kissed Oliver. I mean, Oliver kissed me. He totally kissed me. – Representative. I’m listening, go on. Representative. – Oliver and Victoria
had a cat together. I don’t want to break up a home. I don’t want to be Leann Rimes. – Nobody does, sweetie. Besides, Oliver and
Victoria broke up. You did nothing wrong. (sighs) – You’re right, Grandma. Nothing gets past you, not
even some whack ass pants. – I’m happy for you, Janey. – Ah. I’m going to go shower. You melt cheese on everything. The Kardashian finale’s on. Our last one in the ass. I think Kendall’s going
to come out tonight, too. So brave. Oh, my god. I’m going to be a step-cat mom. – Oh, hi Felicia. All my money has been stolen. Help. Oh, this could not be
happening at a worse time. I was supposed to move. Help me, please. Uh, it’s a long story. It was a man. I feel so humiliated. You’re right. Us ladies do have
to stick together. Mm-hmm. What? Really? You really can’t help
me get my money back? Oh fine. Bye, Felicia. Oh! (heavy breathing) At least now I finally
understand bye Felicia. (groans) (slow tempo music) (phone bleeps) – Whoa, harsh. – I text it like it is, Janey. – Oliver went into hiding
to finish the movie. He’s not ignoring me,
he’s just unplugged to focus on the edit. – Yeah, I got that
mass email too. – Did you check the CC’s? He put me first. That’s how I know he’s serious. – You just kissed
this guy, right? What happens when you have sex. Do you literally explode? – No. Although it has been
awhile, I could explode. – That’s dirty. You’re being so
extra with Oliver. Someone should really
tell you to chill out. But it’s not going to be me
because my favorite thing about you is your
wide-eyed cluelessness. You’re like a cartoon deer. – Heidi, can I get a mocha
frappe? – Sure. There’s a Starbucks
across the street. Go frappe yourself. – Grandma, Heidi
still doesn’t believe that Oliver is so into me. Oh look, it’s Oliver. He emailed me. – I see. It’s another
romantic mass email. – But look who’s on the
top of the CC list again. – Oh, my god. Oliver’s having a casting
crew screening in two days. Holy schnitzel, what
am I going to wear? Hey Grandma, are you
going to invite George to your big debut? – Oh, yes I would, but he’s– – Pause, rewind. Did you just say holy Schnitzel? – Yeah, it’s this
thing that I use to say but I’m not going to
say it at the screening. At the screening I’m
going to be cool. Right Grandma, we
talked about this. At the screening,
I’m gonna be so cool. – So cool. – Like every girl in
a new relationship, I’m going to keep all
the crazy to myself. – Let’s talk about something
that I want to talk about. This is my look book for
our dope new apartment. I wanna talk color. I wanna talk artwork. I wanna talk rent. I won’t have any. – What about your
coffee cart money, that we give you? – I spent it all on the binder. Any way, it’s time to put my
character Heidi the Barista to rest but I want
to go out in style. – You can have a
retirement party. – Right. I could burn the cart. Great idea, Janey. – That is a terrible idea. I don’t think you’re done. I want to see where
this character goes. – Morning, everyone. Oh, I see you’ve
met binder Heidi. Binder Heidi got
me into Stanford. – And binder Heidi
is going to make sure us ladies live in
a bomb apartment. – When do I finally get
to see the new place? – Apparently the
realtors are being weird. Something about
escarole, right Grandma? – Oh, escrow, right. I’m going to call
them again today. – You ready for your
first surf lesson? – Totally. Hey Grandma, do you
want to come with us? You can sit on the beach
and read People Magazine in your new skirted one piece. (sighs) – Yeah, well that does
sound like fun, sweetie. But I’ve got plans. – With George? – Probably. She’s wearing her
corduroy pants. – But those are
just smooth pants. – Don’t go there. (upbeat dance music) – Okay, when you
finish with that one, I’ve got another book
of mug-shots here. – Good, cause he
is not in this one. – Can you tell me anything
else about this guy? – I wish I could show ya
but I only have a picture of his hand. None of these guys
are orange enough. – Do you have a binder of
just the orange people? – I think they prefer
orange Americans. Look, I did some research
and there have been a slew of these types of crimes
among women of your… – Say it. – Distinction. – Well played. Oh, my god. That’s him. That, this, that’s him. Grover Hershlag. I would have
changed my name too. – That might not be
his real name either. But this is good news. – This is great news. We’re gonna get my money back. – Okay, let me do some work. See if I can track him down. – And when you find
him, let me know cause I want to be there. I want to watch ya
slap the cuffs on him and smash his face
into the dirt. I want to see him cry. – I’m a bike cop in Venice. The most violent arrest
I ever made was you, on the beach. – Well, toughen up, Desmond. You’re my muscle. I can’t tell my girls I
lost our dream apartment because I dated the wrong loser. – I’ll do everything I can. And I promise not to
mention that the last time I saw you, you told me
you don’t date anymore. – That would be great. And remember, I
want to be there. Text me, tweet me,
send a carrier pigeon, I-D-G-A-F. (laughing) – Ow, ow, ow. – Okay, so first I’m going
to show you on dry land how to– – This is hot sand. – Yeah, sorry, give
it time, your calluses will form a protective layer. It’s called summer feet. – It’s like when me and
my Grandma watch too much Real Housewives, it’s
called Bravo Butt. – Then you know. – Okay, but Hank– – Your feet need the water? – My feet need the water. – You’re not ready
for the water. Hop up on the board. (screams) – Ouch! How is the board
hotter than the beach? You know what, no,
no, no, no, no. Screw this, I’m going in. – Don’t you want me to
teach you how to surf first? – Okay, on a scale of one to
Beyonce, how would you rate my surfing skills? – Uh, lemonade. – Wow, really? – Yeah. – Thanks, Hank. Guess I’m kinda a surfer now. It’s crazy, ever since
I got here, I realize that if you want something,
you just have to go for it. Um, I, I’m kind of involved
with somebody right now. It’s new, but, I
care about him a lot. – Is it Oliver? Oh. I’m happy for you. – Thanks. – Well, it’s getting kind of– – We should probably head home. – Yeah. (sighs) (upbeat music) Grandma, I’m so excited
for this screening, but I’m really
nervous to see Oliver. We still haven’t talked and
Victoria’s going to kill me. I stole her man. – You sure did,
you little floozie. But they broke up. Now stop worrying. I checked her Instagram,
she’s in Hawaii. Probably wondering
Hawaii he left her. (laughs) – I haven’t seen you this
happy since the corduroys scandal. – Yeah, I know, I called
again and I think I’m getting a refund. – That’s great. – Yeah, it sure is. I haven’t been eating. I haven’t been sleeping. I don’t know what I would do
if I don’t get my money back. – Grandma, how much
were those pants? – Don’t ask. Hey, let’s do last looks. – Hello, ladies. – The glo up is real! (upbeat music) – Hey guys, it’s me again,
Grandma goes Hollywood coming to you live from
the first screening… Holy shit! Is that a movie poster? – It even has my name on it. – [Grandma] The Blue Hat. How one hat changed everything. – I just got chills. – I know and everyone can tell. You should have used
those nipple guards. – The nipple guard
debate rages on. – Oh, hey Heidi. Hank. – Hey. – Heidi, take a picture of
us in front of our first movie poster. – Say dicks out for Harambe. – Huh?
– Cheese. (laughs) – Perfect. This producer guys
medicine cabinet is lit. Some of that stuff
is illegal in Mexico. I got a whole grab-bag. – Heidi, you stole– – Relax, it’s art. I’ve decided my next
performance involves stealing recreational
meds from strangers. – So, how have you been friendo? – We’re gonna go get a drink. – What was that? Friendo? Ever since you two
went surfing together, you’ve both been acting
really weird and that’s coming from me and I’m pretty
sure that I just popped a cat tranquilizer. – Let’s just say one of us
made a move and one of us wasn’t into it. – Of course, how did
I not notice this. You’re totally pining for her. You’ve got your pine face on. – I do not. – You so do. You’re Chris Pine. Why do you always go for
girls who are in love with someone else? – You think she’s
in love with him? – Stop it. Stop this right now. I’m going to be living with them in a few weeks. Do you want me to be
stuck in the ass forever? Besides you, those
weirdos are the only thing that has ever felt like
family to me so can you please just try
not to ruin this? For either of us. – Signature cocktail? The Blue Hat. – Ohh, fancy. – Wait. You’re that Grandma. – I have a name. – No, you’re Grandma
Goes Hollywood. I live for your arrest video. (laughing) – Janey, hold on. Janey, this guy knows me. He’s seen my videos and he’s
just like a total rando. Right, you’re a total rando? – Grandma Goes Hollywood
just called me a rando. And I thought this
party was going to suck. (laughing) Wow social media works. I’m famous. I have a fan. – Grandma, I’m your fan. – Ah, you don’t count. – God, Oliver has
to be here, right? I mean this is his movie. Oh crap, Victoria’s here. (Victoria laughs) (imitating laughter) – Oh, Janey. Sorry. – No, it’s good. I liked it. – Sorry I’ve been MIA. I’m psyched for you
to see the film. You’re great in it. – Thanks. (whispers)
You’re so pretty. – What was that? – She asked if you were excited? – Um, yeah, yeah, I am. You know, I’m sorry, another
financier just got here and they all want
closed door meetings about, finance. Janey, I want to talk
to ya after the film. But just us, okay? – Just us? My heart is beating
out of control. – Heidi probably has
something for that in her bag of pills. (upbeat music) (applause) – Thanks everyone
for coming tonight. – He’s so polite. – This film means so much to me. And everyone here was
instrumental in bringing it to life. Thank you all for
your hard work. Please enjoy, The Blue Hat. (dramatic music) – Huh, he shot in
black and white? – He must have done it in post. I think it represents
the cat’s perspective. Shh. (backward dialogue) – Are you having
trouble following this? – It’s brilliant. The dialogue is backwards
because the worlds gone backwards. Since the cat went missing. It’s your scene. (suspenseful music) (dramatic music) (maniacal laughter) – Oliver sure took a lot
of liberties with the edit. – Yeah, how good does
Heidi’s make-up look? – Oh, your make-up
does look great, Heidi. – Definitely not
cat tranquilizers. (applause) – Do you know how to get
something off your IMDB page? – You didn’t like it? I know it was complex but
it really makes you think. I thought a lot during it. – Maybe you’re right. Probably over my head
but you were great. – So were you. (laughing) – Hey girl. – Oh, my god. My agent, you’re here. I thought you were on vacation. You stopped answering
all my calls. – You were amazing. I was right. The camera loves you. Still can’t tell
what race you are. Brilliant. – Well, actually– – Listen, the producer
here, he’s big in the downtown theater
scene, he’s casting a play right now and I think
you’d be perfect for it. So, anyway, I’m going
to make that happen. Warren. Good to see you with pants on. (laughing) – Grandma, my agent,
god, I love saying that. She thinks I can be in a play. What’s going on, is that
George congratulating you? – Uh, wh-uh, yeah. George, right. – All right roomies,
let’s talk living room. I’m thinking fur banana. – What? – I’m too turnt right now. Good thing I set fire to
the cart this morning. – You really set
your cart on fire? – Oh yeah, I filmed it, I
even filmed me filming it. Check out my YouTube
page, Heidi sets fire. Imagine if I try to do
it on all these pills. (laughs) That’s a raisin. – Good, there you are. I just finished cleaning
the hummus you spread all over the bathroom. We should go before
you get arrested. – Whatevs. (laughs) Hank, go find my coat. I’m going to be waiting
in the Keegan-Michael-Kia. – That’s what she calls my car. You were really
great in the movie. I don’t think I
understood it but, you were the best part. – Thanks. – Uh, you know, George’s
dinner finished early and I’d like to go meet him. Do you mind if I take the car? – Of course not,
I’ll just call a car. Oliver still wants
to talk to me. – I’m so proud of you. I knew if we ever got
out here, you’d make it. – Oh, we both made it. (laughing) – Look, I’m sorry. I didn’t know you were with
Oliver when I tried to kiss you. I just want things to
be cool between us. Friends? – Friendos. (laughs) – Are you going to
do me like that? – Don’t be a hater. Do you want me to help
you find Heidi’s coat? – No. She didn’t bring a coat tonight. But Heidi’s really
lucky to have met you. And so am I. – Everyone, please give
Oliver a round of applause. (applause) Ollie, I’ve watched you
pour your heart and soul into this project for
the last few years. I couldn’t be more proud of you. And I know that I am not
perfect but I have always wanted what’s best for you. So congratulations,
you made a great film, Oliver. (applause) Come on, Ollie, get up here. (applause) And, while I have
your attention, we have an announcement to make. Oliver and I are
getting married. (applause) – Janey. I have been looking for
you everywhere. I am so sorry. I can explain. – I think I got it. – I had no idea Victoria
was going to do that. We weren’t even
supposed to tell people we were back together yet. – Okay, well somehow
everybody found out. – Look, all right, I wanted
to say something to you but I didn’t want to
ruin the movie for you. – Don’t worry, you didn’t. – I mean, it just
happened so fast. I mean, we went to Hawaii and– – Wait, you were in Hawaii too? I’m such an idiot. – No, you’re not an idiot. You got to understand,
me and Victoria have been together
for six years. She made one mistake. I’ve made mistakes
too, you know. No, I didn’t mean it that way. Janey, that kiss was, I’ve
just been so confused. – My car is here. Goodnight, Oliver. Look, I know your not my
Lyft driver but if I give you $20 will you drive me
to the end of the block? – [Driver] Okay. (crying) – Thanks. – Honestly, all I’m
finding are aliases. He could be anywhere. – So what do we do next? How do I get my money back? – You don’t. I’m sorry. I wish there was
something else I could do. – This can’t be happening. I mean how am I going to tell
Janey I lost all our money and our dream apartment? What was I thinking? I could barely afford
it to begin with. And Heidi burned
her cart tonight. Maybe she didn’t, I don’t know. She stole a lot of drugs. – You do realize
I’m a cop, right? – Oh, yeah, but
you’re a bike cop. – Look, my advice is,
tell your granddaughter the truth. She loves you,
she’ll understand. Haven’t we had this
conversation before? – Yeah, when I told
you I killed her cat. – Did you ever tell Janey
the truth about that? – No, I’m not an idiot. Yes I am. – No, you’re not. (sighs) He was very orange. How could you possibly
see his true colors? – What a mess this is. (sighs) – Don’t blame yourself. It could happen to anyone. (“Love Lift Us Up Where
We Belong Instrumental”) – Way to go, Grandma. (laughs) Way to go. (applause) – You okay? – Yeah. How old are you again? (laughing) (upbeat music)

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