"No one is working in the Hamptons!" It's not the most shocking statement considering the area's most notorious demographic come summer, but it takes a lot of work to provide the leisure class with, well, said leisure. If they're not mowing their lawns, doing their hair, or cleaning their massive homes, it's because they're paying someone else to do it. But this season, in the wake of post-pandemic labor shortages that have made headlines across the country, wealthy East Enders have found themselves desperately scrambling to staff their needs. Chaos has, unsurprisingly, ensued.