Ann is surprised to see that Bobby Miller, an old boyfriend, is now her new landlord. As the other tenants can see that Bobby is still attracted to Ann, they feel their best offense in getting Bobby to make all the necessary repairs and upgrades the previous landlord promised is to have Ann act as the chairperson of their grievance committee. What they see is correct as Bobby does profess his continued love for Ann, which is why she feels she shouldn't be the spokesperson for the tenants so as not to lead Bobby on. But Ann relents to the tenants' request if only to show them that Bobby really means nothing to her. This role makes Ann a nervous wreck in having to deal with Bobby, who is aware of Donald in Ann's life but doesn't care. Ann has to figure out how to act like a sane person in Bobby's presence so that she can truly be coherent in expressing to him how she feels about both him and Donald.