A British royal is coming to town and Elka was suppose to get ready but she didn't so she now must learn to properly greet the man but she's tough to teach. Victoria was contracted months ago to write a children's book but she slacked and it's due so she asks Melanie to help her write. And Joy's sister who was a wall flower when they were younger, who's been in a convent for years comes to see her and she still a plain Jane. When Joy learns of the Royal coming she thinks this is her chance to be come one. But her sister after having a makeover looks stunning and even is more attractive than Joy and she makes a move on the Royal which becomes a competition between them.
Did You Know?
At the end of the episode, Jill (Sophie Winkelman) makes note of the fact that the Earl of Cleveland is 47th in line to the throne. Winkelman's eldest daughter, Maud Windsor, through her marriage to Lord Frederick Windsor, is actually 47th in line to the British throne as a great-granddaughter of King George V through his fourth son, Prince George, Duke of Kent. Maud Windsor's grandparents are Prince and Princess Michael of Kent, with Prince Michael being the second son of Prince George. See more
When Joy is in the restaurant with her sister and her house mates, contemplating being married to the Earl of Cleveland, 47th in line to the throne, she says that she yearns for 46 tragedies so that she can become queen. In reality, there would have to be 47 deaths, including the reigning monarch, for the earl to become king, and Joy queen (consort). See more
References The Flying Nun