...Laur goes up to the door, bangs a few times and then just barges in to shockingly find a shirtless guy wearing a bath towel with headphones on and a guitar in his hands. The camera works up this man's body up to his glistening pectorals. We can see by the rippling of his muscles that he is playing a G spot... er... note. Lauren can't get his attention, so she rips his guitar cord from the amp. He apologizes for not realizing he had the speaker on and his charm is completely lost on Lauren who only wants to make it clear how important her sleep is. She starts to storm out of his apartment, and he yells after her, "See you at the pool," which stops Lauren in her tracks. She resumes her thunder-deprived storm out, leaving the guy to smile to himself.
At WoodwardPK, Riley walks up the steps to Amanda's office, wearing the outfit we saw her in earlier. Riles thanks Amanda for agreeing to see her and goes into talking about some research she's done which has revealed to her that Ben's foundation is one of the most progressive in inner-city educational reform. Amanda cuts her off to assume that Riley would like her to introduce them, which Riley politely confirms. The thing is: Riley isn't terribly qualified as far as Amanda is concerned. Don't forget how perfect Ben is. What would he want with a crappy first-grade teacher running one of his programs? Amanda still agrees to give Riley his phone number, but only on the condition she doesn't get her hopes up. Ah, back-handed charity, how I love thee. As Riley walks out, one of Amanda's peons is waiting by the door. He totally looks like an accountant, and appropriately, Amanda asks him if he's heard anything about her finances. Apparently, her financial advisor has run off with $15 million of her money. Amanda is broke. If she continues to borrow against WPK's assets, she'll lose that, too. This news blurs the camera lens, or rather, gives Amanda heart palpitations. Either way, I'm uncomfortable.
Speed editing introduces us to a glorified go-kart track. Ella walks Jonah to his meeting with the "gigantic toddler" Owen Anderson. He happens to be driving by them and screeches his go-kart wheels to a halt. Owen hops out, glad to see "Cruella Simms." How had I not thought of that? Oh, right... because I love her. He runs up and hugs her, lifting her up and making her uncomfortable very quickly. Ella asks Owen to put her down, so he turns to Jonah and lifts him up instead. Tells him his script is "the most bitchin'" he's ever read. Yup.