Please give me you intput on this situation. A potential host called on a Saturday morning and left me an excited message to book a show right away. I called her 8 times on different days and times before she returned my call several weeks later. She called at 8:30 PM when I was in the shower. She started the conversation with how busy she was, and how we had played phone tag? She attends school at night but does not work. She said, "I am so busy, and I want a late evening Saturday show so we can party until late". I told her I do not do Saturday evening shows, but since her schedule was so busy, I would make an exception and do a late afternoon show for her. Saturday evening is the only time we get to spend time together as a family because of my husband's job and the help we give my elderly in-laws. She mentioned another party that she attended during the week that started at 7 PM. I know the consultant who did this show. Half of the guests were late, 5 cancelled the evening of the show, and the party ended after 11 PM. There were no outside orders for this party or bookings. The host actually cooked a full dinner for the guests, who ate and chatted, talked on cell phones, passed around pictures of their vacations and kids, and planned an outing together during the demo. The show total was barely $300 even though 10 people attended. The show closed 2 weeks late because the host was waiting for outside orders that never materialized. The guests were pretty rude in general. The original consultant declined her show. I made several other suggestions for times and days, but she was adamant about a late evening party. I suggested starting an hour earlier, but she said no. I got a bad vibe from her like she thought I was going to entertain her friends rather than have a kitchen show. I was also leary about the lateness of the party and the rudeness of the guests at the other party. What do you think?