In the studio, Fanny is calling for Truly. Her store stuff is everywhere. Fanny tells her to clear it so she can teach class. Cozette says that the stuff can stay -- they can make it work. Then, she dances to a classical piece, using all of the racks and stools and whatnot as props. God, I love her. This is shot so beautifully. The girls are not happy though. Cozette even won the studio.
Michelle comes in with some ridiculous story about a squirrel stealing her store and ultimately revealing the best place for an amphitheater. Afterwards, Sasha and the girls tell Michelle that Godot, the hot bartender, is back in Paradise. Michelle says that she doesn't care, but she does ask how he looked. Fanny needs help moving a box and Cozette calls to Frankie who is drawing nearby and speaks to him in sign language asking for help. Melanie says that they are two really hot unicorns. Indeed. Frankie is something ELSE, y'all.
Fanny and Michelle barge in on Eric the Accountant who is in a session with other clients and demand to be heard regarding their amphitheater idea. He proposes that they are going to need a proper business plan to get a loan or funding in general. Through some odd worm hole of cinematic logic, Michelle decides that in order to be Meyer Lansky (the Ben Kingsley type, not the Patrick Dempsey type) she will take a business class.
Melanie corners Charlie's moron friend while he's playing paper football and asks why Charlie got dumped. He didn't do anything. Stacia was just being mean. Melanie is stunned. This is the first she ever heard of Charlie caring about anyone but himself. Uh oh.