Hoping to win Mikey back, Titus pretends that he's starring in a TV show; as the new head of HR at Giztoob, Kimmy is forced to fire an employee.
Kimmy and Titus spend the weekend binge watching TV and getting their nails done; Jacqueline schemes to evict her wealthy subletter.
In the probing documentary "Party Monster," DJ Fingablast investigates what became of his childhood hero, DJ Slizzard.
Kimmy tackles sexism at a tech conference while Lillian hits on men; Titus auditions for an acting troupe.
Titus directs a school musical but misses being in the spotlight; Jacqueline and Lillian try to scalp tickets; Kimmy confronts a blogger.
Titus struggles to come up with a pitch for "The Capist"; Kimmy writes a children's book; Lillian meets Artie's kids; Jacqueline stands up for Xan.
A beefcake hits on Titus, Jacqueline enjoys attention from millennial men, and Kimmy catches up with ex-mole woman Donna Maria.
Titus opens up about his encounter with Mr. Frumpus; Kimmy bonds with her date's parents and starts seeing them behind his back.
Envisioning what life would be like if Kimmy never got in the Reverend's van and Titus missed his audition for "The Lion King."
Kimmy discovers that Fran Dodd is posing as the author of her book; Jacqueline sets Titus up in a fake relationship with a celebrity.
When Zach sells Giztoob for big bucks, Kimmy celebrates; Jacqueline hustles to keep Tripp as a client, and Titus learns a secret about "Cats."
Titus is torn between living his dream and winning back Mikey; Lillian takes a final stand against gentrification; Kimmy has an influential fan.