Ronnie and Silver's house. He's doing overhead presses with a resistance band, with his injured left foot propped up on a table, and in a talking head bitching about how boring his workouts are and how much he misses dancing, especially watching the girls run around in leotards. Silver comes home and admires how much range of motion Ronnie has in the foot and how much less bloated and infect-y it looks today. She's optimistic about his recovery.
Class. The dancers do terrible things involving putting their feet next to their heads, where the human foot was not intended to go. Says the slob sitting on her couch thinking about making a brownie-in-a-cup. Rex is able to stand on the ball of his foot now, which is good for him and his tendons. But Christiana says in a talking head that Adam isn't sure if Rex will be strong enough to play the prince, and since he's Christiana's partner, she's worried that he will affect her casting chances.
Allison and Silver discuss Ronnie's injury and Silver enlists her in a plan for a surprise party for Allison's roommate Liz. They do not mention a reason for this party, which makes Silver just the best kind of friend.
Solo class for the Cinderellas and princes. Wendy shows the boys what she wants as Adam talking heads that Cinderella has to be a strong dancer, but also able to work with Wendy, who owns the ballet and is very particular about what she wants. Beckanne speculates about how great landing the lead would be for her career, but she says Ronnie's injury means no one is paying attention to her (since she's partnerless). She's frustrated with the progress she's not making this season.
Backstage, Allison is stitching her shoes. Beckanne flops down next to her and they bitch about Wendy and how she doesn't know who they are. Beckanne is paranoid and thinks Wendy hates her and is poisoning Adam against her. Allison tries to talk her off that ledge, but then in a talking head says Beckanne is still so young, and needs to face some challenges in order to grow up. So Allison does have some sense, just not about men.
Bar. Silver has roped all of the main cast into drinks and dinner. Beckanne and Chase are at a table by themselves, and she says that today at rehearsal Zach was spreading a rumor that she and Chase broke up. He explains the text war he had with Zach earlier and it's a good thing Zach isn't there, because Beckanne would like nothing more than to stick her fork in his jugular. And then Zach and Scott show up.