Both Yuri and Toni are facing new nemeses. Yuri's is contractor and television personality Jim Caruk, who Elvis has hired to fix up the building since Stu has a prospective buyer. In essence, Jim is doing Yuri's job. Yuri realizes that his livelihood at Robson Arms is in jeopardy, especially when Elvis gives Jim a set of master keys to the building. Toni faces two nemeses: menopause and Bao's pretty young third cousin Kitty Chong, just arrived from Kowloon, Hong Kong. Initially seemingly sweet, innocent and naive, Kitty tells a heartbreaking story of a recently killed loving fiancé. She is adored by all, especially the men of the building, with who Kitty uses her sexuality to get whatever she wants. This includes some sexual favours for Elvis, who is threatening to triple the store's rent once the lease expires. Grandma is the first to see through Kitty's charade, Grandma who knows and has never trusted the Chong side of the family. Toni eventually sees the real manipulative side of ... Written by
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