Now that both Josh and Paula have found out that Rebecca is sleeping with Greg, they have to redefine their respective relationships with Rebecca, if at all. Paula in particular sees Rebecca not telling her directly about Greg being a betrayal to their friendship, especially as Paula reveals just how much behind the scenes work she did to get Rebecca together with Josh. As Rebecca is now unavailable, Josh believes he has to take the next logical step with Valencia, especially as they have been a couple for fifteen years, but he wants to do it on his own terms instead of Valencia pressuring him to ask her officially. Insecure Greg begins to overthink his relationship with Rebecca, he contemplating playing the games he usually does despite what seems to be his true feelings for her. All these relationships have the potential to come to a head at Jayma's wedding reception, the spirit of the occasion which gives each the idea to profess their true feelings to the one they love,... or ...
Did You Know?
The song "After Everything I've Done For You (That You Didn't Ask For)" is a parody of "Rose's Turn" from the musical Gypsy
(1962). Donna Lynne Champlin
based her performance on friend (and future guest-star) Patti LuPone
's rendition of the song from a 2008 Broadway revival. LuPone emailed Champlin after the show aired and said, "I'm so proud of you!," which made Champlin cry. See more
The moment you're craving isn't anchored in real emotion. It's a script dictated to you by our society's patriarchal love narrative.
Oh, that's fascinating. Did you learn that in school?
No, actually, this is from this month's Glamour.
No theme song in this episode, with the exception of the title screen and the last line of the song appearing at the very end after Rebecca admits to Josh she came to West Covina for him. See more
References The Way We Were
One Indescribable Instant
Written by Adam Schlesinger
Produced by Adam Schlesinger
& Steven M. Gold
Performed by Kerrigan Milker
Performed by Rachel Bloom
Performed by Lea Salonga
[Little Rebecca sings the song in playing Princess to Jake's Prince Charming. Adult Rebecca later sings the song in describing her relationship with Greg to Heather. And Aunt Myrna sings the song at Jayma's wedding reception.] See more