Their radio program is playing in a diner where TOO is eying a girl for Baze. He barely takes a second look at the girl, prompting TOO to reassert his theory on Baze's "thing" (not as graphic as it sounds, my friends). Baze loudly proclaims that no one could have a thing for Cate. Just listen to her. The girl chips in that Cate is grating. "It's like seagulls fighting over a cheese sandwich," Baze shoots back (after a little push in the girl's direction from TOO). The girl is one cool character. She doesn't even give him a courtesy laugh, just icily appraises him: "Funny." Baze takes that as a cue to fall back on the clichéd "Do you come here often?" The Ice Queen calls him out for cruising her then clacks out on her stilettos. TOO orders "a Venti, no foam, no whip, not-gettin'-any for the big guy right here."
Elsewhere, Bug storms out of the courthouse with Lux and his public defender in tow. The PD wants him to take a plea deal for six months in jail (he's facing two years), but Bug doesn't think he should have to serve any time just because some brown-nosing pretty boy doesn't understand the difference between borrowing and stealing. You see, borrowing is when you don't ask to take something and don't tell anyone you're going to bring it back because you want to make a point to your girlfriend who's getting too big for her britches. Stealing... well, is pretty much the same thing, but with less neck tattoos. The PD angrily leaves for his next appointment, and Lux tries to convince him to take the plea. Bug says Lux should try to convince Jones not to testify against him. That's his only hope according to the poorly paid attorney he just pissed off royally.
Back at the radio station, Cate's producer announces that the head honchos from corporate have shown up unexpectedly. The suits walk in, and wouldn't you know? The last of them is the Ice Queen from earlier. Her name is Trina, and she is not too fond of Cate, who apparently has a habit of getting sloshed at corporate retreats and knocking over ice sculptures. Trina says she's come in to problem solve. "What's the problem?" asks Ryan. Trina acid tongues, "Not what. Who." Credits.
We return to a board room where Trina is giving the hosts the good news and bad news. The good news is Ryan. The bad news is that Cate has become unwieldy and unlikeable, and the listeners are dropping like flies. She says if Cate can't give the listeners a quick idea of exactly who she is in a way that makes them like her again, then she's going to get canned.