Bob learns about how ambitious Abishola and her family are.
AUNTIE OLU: Would you like some more [INAUDIBLE] soup, Bob?
BOB: How could I ever say no to you, Auntie.
[AUNTIE OLU GIGGLING]
And thanks again for dinner. If I had to be stood up, I'm glad I could be with you guys.
BABATUNDE: I am sorry. When you work as hard as Abishola, these things happen.
BOB: Ah, it's no big deal. It's just a crazy a couple of weeks for her.
BABATUNDE: That is a good attitude. Cling to that.
BOB: What do you mean?
AUNTIE OLU: She's Nigerian. Until she reaches her career goals, nothing will stand in Abishola's way.
BABATUNDE: No matter how lovable that nothing might be.
BOB: Well, I'm happy for her. I know being charge nurse has been our goal for a while.
BABATUNDE: Oh, it is an excellent stepping stone, on her way to becoming a nurse manager.
AUNTIE OLU: Then director of nursing services.
BABATUNDE: Then hospital supervisor.
AUNTIE OLU: Then chief nursing officer.
BOB: Wow. That's a lot of "thens".
AUNTIE OLU: Yes, it is. And there will be more.
BOB: But you guys have let yourself slow down.
AUNTIE OLU: Now that we are retired, we are enjoying our golden years.
BABATUNDE: Yes. Every day I wake up, I check my stocks over breakfast, then I visit my various real estate holdings-- at least the ones in Michigan.
BOB: I didn't know you own property.
BABATUNDE: Own, manage, maintain. I'm currently in a bidding war for a new quadplex in Lansing.
BOB: Sounds stressful.
BABATUNDE: Not if I win. And I will win, Bob.
BOB: And what about you, Auntie? You running a sweatshop out of your closet?
AUNTIE OLU (LAUGHING): Not a sweatshop. An Etsy shop.
BABATUNDE: All those hand-sewn head wraps and skirts have over 10,000 5-star reviews.
AUNTIE OLU: And one three star.
BABATUNDE: Penny from Phoenix.
AUNTIE OLU: Is it my fault you gained weight faster than my [INAUDIBLE]?
BABATUNDE: Olu is the third top seller, behind a dog clothing company and the cat clothing company.
AUNTIE OLU: But mark my words, I will be first. Then I will expand it to QVC.
BOB: And there's the "then".
BABATUNDE: You are learning.
BOB: And what's on your to-do list, Dele? Cure cancer?