The new Divas, Leela and Chrisette, begin to bond with the other Divas. Chanté invites the ladies to be a part of her “Ladies Anthem” track, but things get uncomfortable quickly. Chrisette has her first performance in front of the ladies.
Claudette recruits the ladies for a project to promote Puerto Rico with a song and performance at Carnaval de Poncé. Michel’le struggles with coming to terms with her suicide attempt and wants to help others. She breaks down when meeting with Tony Cornelius about doing a suicide PSA.
After storming out of the last rehearsal, Kelly decides to come back and give the Chante appointed monologue producer one more chance. Meanwhile, Dawn is exploring what could be the most important adventure of her lifetime.
Fresh off their trip from Vegas, the ladies get together to start whipping the monologue idea into shape. Lil’Mo isn’t happy with her girl’s father still having paternity rights, so she decides to get a lawyer involved.
Michael decides to help Junior on his women approach techniques, seeing that his son has absolutely no clue on how to behave around women. His advice consists on primarily having women say "really?", which is the key for a successful approach. When Jr. tests Michael's advice on one of Claire friends, he's surprised that it works, and even gets the girl to agree on going on a school dance with him. But Jr. was just testing her so he could ask the hottest girl on school out, which he does (and she accepts, on a move to make her ex-boyfriend jealous). Claire's friend is crushed, and Michael now has to teach him how to apologize properly to a woman.
Michael decides to help Junior on his women approach techniques.
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