Seeing them out together, Greg accuses both Rebecca and Josh of being terrible people, Rebecca because she slept with another man while Greg and Rebecca were on a date, and Josh because he continually hangs out with Rebecca despite he knowing that Valencia doesn't like it. Rebecca comes to the eventual realization that she cares what Greg thinks because she considers him to be her moral compass. So she goes to great lengths to prove to him that she is indeed a nice person. Beyond throwing lots of money at certain world "problems", Rebecca decides that her grand gesture of niceness is finally to agree to represent Darryl in his legal battle against his soon to be ex-wife Stacy for custody of their daughter, Madison. Rebecca has to decide how far she will go to get what she believes Darryl wants while still coming across as a nice person. Paula ends up being a tangential beneficiary in the process. Meanwhile, Josh takes what Greg says to heart in reviewing his feelings toward Rebecca. ...
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The man at the bar who's choking during "I'm a Good Person" is assistant choreographer Dominique Kelley
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I do other things that are sinful. I've had premarital sex, lots of it. And sometimes I watch adult content and take care of myself, and I don't mean in the vitamins/exercise kind of way.
References Mad Men
I'm a Good Person
Written by Rachel Bloom
and Adam Schlesinger
and produced by Adam Schlesinger
and Steven M. Gold
Performed by Rachel Bloom
[Rebecca sings the song after she gets temporary full custody of Madison for Darryl] See more