Dory wakes up to a terrifying new reality, while Portia, Elliott, and Drew grow impatient with their seemingly AWOL "friend".
Dory tries to break out of her felt prison, Drew starts a new life at a theme park, Portia auditions for the film adaptation of the trial, and Elliott reconsiders his political beliefs for a chance to host his own talk show.
Dory escapes, Drew's past resurfaces, Portia meets her movie's director, and Elliott embraces his new role at the network.
Chip drags Dory back to the house, where a nosy Paula Jo awaits. Drew rushes back to New York after seeing something strange on social, Portia has a bleak first day on set, and Elliott gains even more notoriety.
Chip feeds Dory his own version of the events that brought them together, while the gang takes a closer look into Dory's absence.
Dory's finally at peace in her new home - but she doesn't quite feel like herself anymore. The gang's search takes them to the Lil Sticky's factory, where owners Richard and Gertrude give them the red-carpet treatment.
The real Lylah appears, and the gang finally gets a solid lead on Dory's whereabouts.
The world shames Elliott for being a liar so he seeks comfort from his ex-boyfriend, Marc. Portia copes with disappointments, and Dory quits the case but gets reeled back in when she makes a sinister connection. This is the Uncut episode.
After rescuing Dory, the gang's left wondering if it was all worth it. Drew gets a huge surprise, and Chip finds the answers he's been searching for.
The gang gets some much-needed closure.