Heather and Darryl are preparing for the baby's delivery, each who approach the imminent big day in divergent and incompatible directions. In light of Rebecca unofficially breaking up with him, Nathaniel has decided to enter into a committed relationship with Mona, they moving into the next step of cohabitation, which they plan to announce to their friends - which will not include Rebecca - at a formal soirée. Both these items have the potential to be overshadowed by the fact that Rebecca has not been sleeping due to recurring nightmares of Trent still stalking her. Those nightmares are despite Trent having stated that he would leave her alone, Paula ensuring that Trent is keeping to his word. Because of what these nightmares signify to her, Rebecca decides to take decisive action to right what she considers the many wrongs she has committed in her life since she arrived in West Covina, regardless of the consequences to her. But the nightmares begin to take over her life as they ...
Did You Know?
The music from "Settle for Me" from S1 plays when Nathaniel looks at Mona before the party See more
The instrumental of "I'm a Good Person" plays over the credits, instead of the theme song. See more
References School of Rock
Nothing Is Ever Anyone's Fault
Written by Rachel Bloom
, Aline Brosh McKenna
, Adam Schlesinger
& Jack Dolgen
Produced by Adam Schlesinger
& Steven M. Gold
Performed by Scott Michael Foster
& Rachel Bloom
[Nathaniel and Rebecca sing the song to each other in jail] See more