Mercy's local public access TV station asks Amaar to host an Islamic-themed program. But when he brings Rayyan on as a guest she steals the show. Meanwhile, Layla faces the wrath of her father after a hair dye job goes wrong.

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Mayor Ann Popowicz (credit only)
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Arlene Duncan ...
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Sarah Hamoudi
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Kelly Parker
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Mercy Resident (as Kashif Khan)
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In an effort to be more popular, Layla decides to put subtle streaks in her hair. However leaving the bleach on too long makes the streaks a little more noticeable than she wanted. To hide the too obvious dye job from Baber, she decides to start wearing the hijab at home. Baber is thrilled, but soon begins to suspect she has ulterior motives. When Baber finds out about the dye job, he decides to confront Layla on her home turf: school. She is forced to either come clean to Baber or wear the hijab at school. Ultimately the tables are turned when Layla wants to wear the hijab after a compliment from the school's "it" girl, Kelly. Meanwhile, Dave Sharpe, manager of the local cable access station, asks Amaar to host a new show on Muslim. The only reason Dave wants Amaar is that he has an "ethnic" quota and the host of the show on Judaism just quit. Regardless, Amaar agrees and sees the opportunity solely to sermonize. However, being cable access, there is little money, and Amaar is forced... Written by Huggo

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Amaar Rashid: You didn't think it was enlightening?
Baber Siddiqui: I thought it was endarkening.
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