[STARZ] Tess feels like a real New Yorker when she goes on a fancy date with Omar Gamal. After a mortifying experience back at Omar's apartment, Tess is forced to question her relationship with sex and comes to realizes she needs to learn what she likes and wants. Meanwhile, Howard questions the status of his relationship with Becky. Tess arrives for work to learn that Sasha is a no-show: he's late for his shift, and no one is able to reach him. Service begins, and Tess's mind is taken off both Sasha and Omar when she overhears a table make a racist comment to Heather. Her attempt to help infuriates Heather. When Sasha still hasn't shown up at the end of the night, Tess and Jake go to his apartment to check on him. As they learn the truth about what Sasha is going through, Tess also learns more about Jake.
Did You Know?
Becky now works at a restaurant referred to as "the barbecue place", after Howard transferred her there. In real life, Union Square Hospitality Group, which owns the real-life restaurant that author Stephanie Danler worked at (and which inspires the fictional restaurant in the show), also owns a barbecue restaurant called Blue Smoke. It features Kansas City-style barbecue in a nod to restaurateur Danny Meyer's hometown. See more