In the flush of love just having recently run into Josh, Rebecca sends Paula a text to confirm how much she loves Josh, the text sent during a deposition meeting where Rebecca and Paula are in attendance with the judge, the two clients and the opposing lawyer. When Paula motions to Rebecca that she didn't receive the text, Rebecca finds that she mistakenly sent the text to Josh instead. An initially horrified Rebecca remembers that Josh left his phone at home while he went out to his tae kwon do class, and that Valencia also has back-to-back yoga classes, meaning that to save herself from Josh seeing the text, she has to break into their apartment, find Josh's phone and figure out his password to delete the text before either Josh or Valencia make it home in about three hours. First, however, Rebecca has to get out of the deposition meeting, which may not be as easy as she hopes...or is it? Rebecca has to decide how far she will go to delete the text while not being caught. Regardless...
Did You Know?
The opening credits song does not occur until halfway through during a scene between Paula and Scott. See more
In explaining the broken door glass situation to Josh and the police officer, Rebecca correctly refers to California Penal Code section 459 as burglary but incorrectly cites section 596 as vandalism (section 596, in fact, addresses willfully feeding poison to animals, and 594 is the correct section for vandalism). See more
What should we do, Mr. Brah?
Please, Mr. Brah was my father. I'm Father Brah.
There is no theme song in this episode. Instead, the theme song is spoken by Paula and Scott, after which the title of the show appears in the middle of the episode. See more