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  1. Rebecca has lunch with Ricardo, whose primary job is managing rap artist Sir Mix-A-Lot. She discusses following through with her life-long passion of music and he suggests she do back-up vocals for Sir Mix-A-Lot. If they like her work, they'll......  Read Full Episode Summary »

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  1. Rebecca has lunch with Ricardo, whose primary job is managing rap artist Sir Mix-A-Lot. She discusses following through with her life-long passion of music and he suggests she do back-up vocals for Sir Mix-A-Lot. If they like her work, they'll produce a song for her. Before she knows it, Rebecca is in a professional studio behind a microphone, laying down a vocal track for Sir Mix-A-Lot.


    Nathan learns that he gets the coveted third DJ spot left open by Irene's departure, and he's psyched. When the two-year anniversary of Nathan and Stephanie’s relationship rolls around, he heads to a bar to do a little drinking. He's upset because Stephanie hasn't called, yet he has called her three times. He leaves the bar with a girl named Lisa, and they cuddle inside a car and then kiss. On his way home, Nathan starts crying and says he messed up everything with Stephanie.


    When Stephanie arrives for another visit, Nate decides not to tell her about Lisa--he doesn't want to spoil her visit. The two reconnect and express their love for each other. Rebecca writes an original song and records it in studio and Sir-Mix-A-Lot congratulates her on a job well done. Rebecca plays the tape of her finished song, "Innocent," for the others and they agree that she has talent.


    After a night of drinking, Nate oversleeps and Stephanie almost misses her plane the next morning. He labels the incident as another consequence brought on by his drinking. "I am drinking a lot. Now I may have ruined a relationship with Stephanie because of that. I don't know what's going to happen when I get back home. It's completely terrifying. I just can't imagine not being with her in the future."

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