A man comes to the coffee shop to complain to Ray that someone is leaving trash in his trash cans. Hannah follows him to his brownstone to confess and ends up spending the rest of the day, and the next day, with him.- Written by Peter Brandt Nielsen
Hannah is dismayed to learn that she did not invent the word "sexit", and that its actual use is not as she wants it to be. Meanwhile, a man named Joshua, who lives two blocks from Grumpy's, comes into the coffee shop to complain to Ray about an issue which Ray believes he has no control - people from the coffee shop filling Joshua's home trash cans, so that Joshua himself doesn't have enough room to empty his own trash. Joshua has not seen anyone do it, but can tell by the type of trash it is that it is coming from Grumpy's. Hannah uses the opportunity of Joshua's visit to unburden herself, both of her emotional commitment to a job she has no interest in, as well as a secret she has been keeping about one specific aspect of that job with relation to Ray and the trash. Based on her time with Joshua, Hannah ends up unburdening herself in more ways that she was anticipating, which leads to a catharsis about her current life.- Written by Huggo
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