Because Rebecca is torn between being with Josh and being with Greg, she, in her romanticized view of the world, believes that she should be in a thruple with them. Learning that polyamory is not a default for not being able to choose - especially as she has not cleared anything with either Josh or Greg - she looks for a definitive sign of whether she is destined to be with Josh or Greg, she believing that her destiny is to be with one of the two of them as opposed to any other alternative. This search for the sign is despite the professional advice she receives about the reality of her situation. After receiving what she thinks are a series of small signs pointing her equally in both directions, she receives what she thinks is the definitive sign. The issues are whether it was a sign at all, and even if it was whether signs that others involved in her fantasy receive are compatible with Rebecca's. One of those opposing signs relates to Greg, who is given an opportunity which would ...
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Dr. Akopian's first name is revealed: Noelle. See more
Crazy that we'd both end up here at the exact same time. What are the chances of that happening?
I don't know, I think it's just a coincidence. I used to think that coincidences like this were, like, signs.
Like when you were a little girl?
No, like an hour ago.
Ah, how you've grown.
Yeah, I was so much shorter back then.
Is that even possible?
References Working Girl
I'm Just a Girl in Love
Written by Rachel Bloom
, Adam Schlesinger
& Jack Dolgen
Produced by Adam Schlesinger
& Steven M. Gold
Performed by Rachel Bloom
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