Well, this episode is all about kind of exploring this idea of female empowerment and the fact that Rebecca is going to this summer camp to lead a female empowerment seminar solely to spend time with the man she loves which is obviously the exact opposite of a female empowerment seminar, and then we wanted to have a makeover scene and - when she's made over by some teenage girls - but inherent to this kind of empowering makeover trope is getting made over to appeal sexually, you know, is it - how much of it is really for you to feel good about yourself and how much of it is for you to feel good about yourself because you're attracting, in this case, you know, a man's attention? Our life lines have been parallel like corduroys. I want to thank Dave Davies for hosting last week while I was on vacation. As Audra Levine, rapping Spitting venomous hate. No how, no way. So here is the song.
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There was a teacher who started a musical theater class, and I got the lead in "Guys And Dolls" and suddenly, like, I started to dress better. To most looking in, Rebecca Bunch has a great life: They've been rivals since they were kids growing up in Westchester. My OCD disappeared in what felt like overnight, and so that was really important. And then plus at the time, I was going through pretty serious - and I hid it from everyone - but like anxiety and depression issues which I later realized that's what that was and kind of got solved when I got into eighth grade.