Following Rebecca and Josh posting all over social media that they are in a relationship, several of their friends and confidantes believe that they are being delusional not only in the strength of that commitment, but that the other is the panacea to all their life problems. They will be spending the weekend in Scarsdale to attend Rebecca's cousin Skyler's bar mitzvah. They will be staying with Rebecca's mother, Naomi, who has always been openly critical of Josh. Rebecca's expectation for the weekend is that she will be able to show Josh what a terrible life she had in New York - the problems largely caused by Naomi, and the family rabbi, Shari - with he confirming that belief yet making everything better in light of that past. Valencia in particular is skeptical that Josh can fulfill the role Rebecca wants of him, and not only for the weekend. Everyone around Rebecca for the weekend may surprise her, and not always in a good way. Meanwhile, Darryl knows that he made a mistake in ...
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Darryl, what can I do for you?
The question is: What can I do for you? Because I get it! You're now the number one, I'm the number two, dangling under you, ready to drop in and make a splash.
So you're not craving a number two? There's no rumblings for a deuce?
References Soul Train
We'll Never Have Problems Again
Written by Adam Schlesinger
, Rachel Bloom
& Jack Dolgen
Produced by Adam Schlesinger
& Steven M. Gold
Performed by Rachel Bloom
& Vincent Rodriguez III
with Vella Lovell
[Rebecca and Josh sing the song after Heather confronts them about their relationship] See more