Scott reminds how supportive he’s been of her going to law school, but he feels left out. And because Rebecca can read lips, she is able to determine that Josh is telling Anna that he’s never, ever felt about anyone the way he feels about her. The only thing down there is regret filled with rabbit poop.” After Heather leaves, Valencia decides that since Josh is obviously over them she needs to get laid (turning down Rebecca’s girl bonding binge watching “Friday Night Lights”).Meanwhile, after Scott leaves the house to get a drink with Hank and cool off, Paula calls Sunil. This leads to the 80s style song “You Go First” in which Paula and Rebecca sing about how much they both want to apologize, but want the other to make the first move.Rebecca admits that they have to find a way to make this better.
Rebecca offers to drive Anna and Gravy to the hospital.
At the hospital, Rebecca and Valencia (They tell Anna their names are Madge and Allegra) help Anna fill out the hospital’s paperwork.
She asks Sunil what time is it and realizes that she’s late for Scott’s show, but tries to assure herself “I can make it.” As the quartet sing “Let Me Call You Sweetheart,” Paula rushes in but unfortunately arrives at the end of the encore. Rebecca erases the footage of them hitting the cat.
But since she and Valencia are there, they might as well see if they can find footage of Anna’s drug activities.
Unfortunately, while on their way, Rebecca pulls out and ends up hitting poor Gravy (Anna’s cat) with her car! ” an upset Anna asks when she comes out of her shop.
Rebecca and Valencia lie that a pirate Jack Sparrow impersonator hit Anna’s cat.
” Valencia recognizes Anna as the woman who does all the famous people’s eyebrows at her shop.
Rebecca and Valencia read about Anna Hicks a/k/a Anna The Brow Barian, who Rebecca comments “sounds like the romantic lead in an Adam Sadler movie.” Rebecca and Valencia’s curiosity about Anna Hicks causes them to research her leading to Anna singing the song “Research Me Obsessively,” which is a seductive take on using social media to find out about a person.
That’s sparked a wave of outrage and concern from parents, educators and advocates.