At the video shoot, Ella and Jonah arrive. She tells him that the label already signed off on the original treatment, so he has to follow their storyboards. Jonah asks how Ella got him the gig. She told everyone he's a younger, hipper version of Kavi DeKnight, and if anyone can imitate his work, it's Jonah. Jonah's never met the guy, but he follows him on Twitter. Same difference, Ella claims. Her phone rings and she walks off, leaving Jonah lost in the madness.
Violet shows up at the Love Nest, which is being manned by Riley. She asks for some help with a wardrobe malfunction (ugh, I hate that phrase). Riley compliments her on a gorgeous dress. FLASHBACK (really? again already?) Violet is walking around The Complex Pool carrying luggage like she is there for the first time. She's met by Sydney who she is also seeing for the first time. Sydney is wearing the dress. END FLASHBACK. Riley asks questions about the dress and Violet says she's wearing it for someone she likes at work. Odd that Riley doesn't make the connection that she's talking about Auggie. Violet wants to get Auggie a gift. Riley makes some crappy suggestions. And scene.
Jonah knocks on the door of a trailer to find a raccoon. Oh wait. That's Taryn Manning of Boomkat. She looks pissed and asks who Jonah is. He explains he's the new director and she pulls a gun on him. Appropriate response. Taryn yells out for security. A big security guy walks toward Jonah who looks flummoxed and frightened.
Back at the Boomkat video shoot, Jonah is being followed by Ella as he storms off the set. She's trying to convince him to stay, but he's thoroughly freaked out. "The gun probably wasn't even loaded," she tries. Ella sees she's not getting through and resorts to leveling with him. She admits she's risking her career to give him this opportunity. Jonah asks what she's talking about. She sighs and says, "You know it must be tragic when I can't even sugarcoat it." Ella tells Jonah the situation at work with Caleb and Jonah starts complimenting her on her abilities. "You don't have to convince me I'm good. I'm great." Ella concedes that she didn't tell Jonah her problem because she didn't want to lose his respect. She catches herself, shakes off her vulnerability and puts the focus back on Jonah. She tells him she believes in him. Johan decides to try to disarm Taryn.