Jenny and Tina look for the right movie director for Jenny's screenplay, but they soon butt heads over creative differences and their directors view of how to film the project. Later Jenny gets a surprise when Marina shows up wanting a singing part in a proposed musical version of the movie. Meanwhile, Phyllis' husband, Leonard, drops by unannounced at Alice's place interrupting her and Tasha's romantic morning-after to unload on them about his midlife problems, while Helena and Papi also drop by to offer their sympathy. Meanwhile, Bette is falling hard for Jodi and lets her emotions and jealousy interfere with her work when she spots Jodi with her ex-partner Amy, a fellow deaf student. Kit manages to crack through Papi's hard emotional outer shell... with unexpected consequences. Also, Shane's father, Gabriel, arrives back in town wanting to take Shay with him back to Portland, and Max learns that his mother has died from a brief bout with cancer.
Did You Know?
Garry Marshall parodies himself by wanting to turn Jenny's dramatic film into a romantic comedy, which is his forte. He even compares her character to a Princess: he directed The Princess Diaries. This is followed by Jenny caustically suggesting they should basically turn her story into a lesbian version of Marshall's most popular movie, Pretty Woman. See more
When Alice and Shane spoil Shane's big ad, it's clear that they should have a portable ladder to paint the head, but they don't have a ladder that high. See more
Yes, I fucked her. But it didn't work. Every time I looked at her, my head filled with pictures of you. Her skin didn't feel as soft as yours. I didn't like the way she touched me. And her kiss... didn't make my head spin the way yours does. You've ruined me for anybody else.