Reba’s got a meeting with Mr. Bata. She’s thrilled…until he asks her to write a jingle for an energy drink. She gets writer’s block and ends up in the meeting with nothing prepared. Can she pull it off?
(Reba finds Sage and June kissing and sprays them with a water bottle)
June: Mom! What are you doing?
Reba: trying not to become a grandma.
Reba: I don’t think June is the type of girl who would want to control a boy’s life.
Kim: Oh Reba, that’s all types of girls. It’s in our DNA.
Mr. Bata: You know, as an artist you have something very special. Something that I need.
Reba: What’s that?
Mr. Bata: All my other artists are dangerous, and edgy, and young, and interesting. You’re the opposite.
Sage isn’t going to apply to Stanford because he doesn’t want to leave June. But going to Stanford isn’t his dream, it’s his dad’s -- Sage wants to be a singer. Is this just a phase, or are his skills for real?
Lillie Mae: It’s time for Judge Joe Brown. He can cite me for contempt anytime.
Geoffrey: What are you doing? Nothing good ever comes after somebody says “I’m just gonna be honest with you.”
Kim: Somebody needs to talk some sense into Sage. And then I thought, wait a minute – do I know any failed musicians who’ve just watched their dreams slowly, and then I was like, I do! She lives right next door!
Mr. Bata: You’ve got class, Reba. It’s gonna be weird working with somebody like that.