'Mister Drecker' or 'Ease Up on the Whup-Ass'
TV-MA | 26 MIN
Written by Eduardo Machado & Drew Lindo
Directed by Gloria Muzio
At a bar, Ray mistakes a young blonde woman for his new client – and even worse, she turns out to be a former student named Logan Lewis. Terrified that he's blown his cover, Ray calls Tanya, who tries to reassure him, but the conversation gets pulled off track by Ray's gripes about another new client: The dress-up fantasies of his police-impersonating client, Lydia, are bordering on brutality. Tanya suggests choosing a safe word, but even that isn't enough – Tanya later learns that Lydia is not just a kinky role player – she's packing a real badge.
Lenore's new ho, Jason, is worried that his now-pregnant girlfriend will hold him back from his budding career. Recognizing a fake-pregnancy ploy when she sees one, Lenore makes a deal with the girl and a new HDTV puts Jason back in business. Jessica hits a snag at work when she lets slip that her boss's wife gave Ronnie a handjob while they were still together. Despite a workplace blowup from the guilty wife, Jessica manages to shake off the drama and earn her boss's affection, perhaps more than she bargained for.
Ray pays a visit to Logan, trying to cover his tracks, but his former D-student has already put the pieces together. He initially flees the situation, but when he realizes how deeply Jason is biting into his bottom line, Ray decides that Logan's money is good. He returns to her house to close the deal, and when she samples the goods, she tells him, "Oh my God, Mr. Drecker – I knew it!"