Lauren's sitting in her bedroom looking at a graduation picture of her with her mom while she talks on the phone with Toby. She's finalizing arrangements for their meeting when Ella walks in. Ella thinks she hears a date, but Lauren lies, saying it's just drinks with an intern. Still sounds like a date. Lauren says it's a female. This doesn't stop the bi-sexually bionic Ella's interest in the matter. Ella asks if the intern is hot. Lauren brushes her off and changes the subject to Ella being a great roommate who she'll miss if she decides to move out. Guilt trips don't work when they come from prostitutes, Lauren.
At the Love Nest, Jonah's editing some mundane footage. Riley walks up to him and he starts venting his frustration that he's stuck doing this while Zach is getting ready for his big premiere when he needed Jonah's help with his projects freshman year. He only made it big because he had a connection with Charlie Kitsus, a powerful agent, that he made by caddying for him at a golf course. It's not always what you know, Jonah, it's who you know, but in this case you suck on both counts.
At Ella's WPK office, her and Caleb are looking at the movie poster featuring Abby Douglas. I guess now's as good a time as any to tell you the movie is entitled Kensington Squared. I know... I know. They're going over the logistics of her upcoming premiere. When Caleb asks about what dress Abby will be wearing on the red carpet, Ella tries to sneak Jane's name by him. He's like, "Say who?" Ella starts to put some spin on it when Caleb cuts her off to ask if this is another one of her "undiscovered superstar[s]." Ella admits it is, but cites Jonah's success the last time she recommended someone. Caleb gives her the green light, but makes sure she's aware of the consequence of failure. *Throat slit*
Abby is in front of a mirror trying on Jane's dress as Jane helps with slight alterations and Ella mans her phone. Ella reassures Abby, who is being difficult, that she looks fine and that she's managed to secure her a one-page spread in W Magazine in that dress. It works and they leave Jane to clean up. She's cleaning, cleaning, cleaning when she's startled by Violet's reflection in a mirror. Violet tells her she's Syd's daughter, and the police are after her. She's the only family Violet has. They hug. Jane seems to immediately warm up to her, but after excusing herself she gets on the phone with the police and reports Violet as a fugitive. Cue Sister Sledge, please.