Donna and Kelly scout out the city for a man for Kelly and a location for Donna's first American boutique. They visit the worst-named psychic in North American (Madame Flanagan?), and Donna becomes so obsessed by hidden signs that she misses the big ol' "lesbian bar" sign when they go out dancing. Whoopsy daisy chains! No matter, though, because they have some Naughty Girl Scout shots and come thisclose to dropping their girl-gin statuses while dancing their lesbicurious booties off. As they drunkenly stumble home, they also stumble onto a space for Donna's shop. This joyful development, however, forces Donna's tenuous separation with David to the breaking point. After the quickest retail store turnaround known to man, Donna has a preview party and charges Kelly to run out for snacks. On the way, she runs into Matthews. Six-pack puns and no-strings hook-ups ensue.
Annie decides to become a girl's girl and besty to Naomi. This fragile bond is forged over a foosball table. Meanwhile, Naomi copes with the realization that her father and Liam are both sleazy sexual harassers, though only one is facing actual litigation. Papa Clark attempts to force Naomi back to living at the Love Shack, but Annie makes amends for some earlier indiscretion by welcoming Naomi into the Wilson fold. Naomi at the Casa is the most idiotically plot-driven move the writers have made in a while. Cheers, writers!
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