Brent and Ryan compete for Suzanne's attention; Adam's performance at a gay bar dredges up bad memories from high school.
Lili competes with T.J.'s new girlfriend for a role; a rehearsal becomes intimate for David and Reese.
David stages auditions to see who remains in acting class; Shawn Colvin gives a performance at Who's Who.
When Suzanne's world begins to crash down around her, David tries to raise her spirits; a lucrative singing offer with a catch forces Lili to make a career decision.
Lili's infatuation with her dance partner jeopardizes her relationship with Robert; T.J. thinks his new protegee is being stolen away by a producer.
Marcus pressures David to finish an autobiographical play he began writing years earlier; rumors fly when Ryan dates Reese's much older boss.
Lili finds out her dance instructor's brother is homeless and living as a street entertainer; Marcus thinks he's found his calling as a stand-up comic.
Suzanne urges Ryan's new love interest to reveal her guarded past; Liz and Lili's squabbling during a dance workshop leads to a surprising reaction from their students.
A class assignment dredges up painful childhood memories for Reese; After 50-year-old love letters are discovered, Liz envisions herself and Adam as a 1940s nightclub duo.
Brent believes he is the father of his ex-girlfriend's baby; Lili fears she has been cursed by a woman for flirting with a phone company representative.
Tempers flare as Lili, Reese and Liz audition for a spot in a prestigious dance class; a second chance at love falls apart for David.
The Who's Who gang experiences the downside of the holiday season; Adam and Liz battle over a free plane ticket; Marcus believes a violinist is the girl of his dreams.
Suzanne's friends turn her music video into a showcase for their own talents; Reese's enrollment in an acting class leads to differences between her and an overbearing teacher.
Brent's return from Kansas worries Ryan when he thinks his brother's drug addiction has come back with him; Liz goes to extreme measures to impress a handsome animator.
Lili's starring role in a documentary proves difficult when the overzealous filmmaker becomes intrusive; Reese is up for a role requiring her to appear nude.
T.J.'s opportunity to promote a rapper comes to a violent conclusion; Lili's argument with her father forces her to channel her Angst into her dancing.
An angry T.J. confronts his father, who walked out on him and his mother; Marcus passes himself off as a producer to woo a naive actress.
A producer has hidden motives for offering Adam and Liz parts on a comedy series; Reese gets Ryan's foot in the door of a casting director.
T.J. faces his own racism after he tells Suzanne that she can't be the lead singer for a benefit performance; Ryan learns about the disappointments of the entertainment industry.
Suzanne's music collaborator steals her song and breaks her heart; Brent heads back to Kansas for drug rehab; Lili gets a chance to dance in a high-profile music video.
Ryan is worried about Brent's drug-induced behavior; Suzanne falls for a rock star who believes her music will make her a singing sensation; Lili fails to make an impression at a dance audition.
Brent's (Brent David Fraser) promising entertainment future is endangered by his heroin addiction. With Stephanie Dicker, Christian Kane and Heidi Noelle Lenhart.