While they perform, Ivy spots Derek smoothing on a random woman across the room. Ivy wastes no time and, reminding me why I like her, offers to take Nick Jonas on a tour of the apartment's many bedrooms. Unfortunately, when they arrive at the bedroom, they walk in on Eileen, sitting on the bed and looking wistful. As boner-killers go, it's not insignificant, particularly when Eileen says, of Ivy and "Marilyn," "You're my happiness now!" So that kiboshes Ivy/Nick Jonas. But he decides to invest in the show, so hopefully there will be more chances.
Ivy ends up calling Derek on his womanizing, which gave me some hope. But after a patronizing lecture from him about how everyone at these parties is a potential investor so of course he was flirting with her, Ivy ends up getting mushy. "I just want to feel safe," she tells him. Then go back to the chorus, Derek says, coolly. "There's nothing safe about being a star!" Oh, brother. And then they end up back in bed again. Which is the grossest thing that happens in this episode, unless you count the part where Tom and Ivy have lunch in the middle of Times Square. Which I do.
Joe R definitely noticed that Dennis abstained from Karen's makeover party. The last remaining Team Ivy member. He can be reached for lavish praise and nothing but at firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can listen to him yammer on to his heart's content on the Extra Hot Great podcast.
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