At Rebecca's house, she and Josh are updating thier various social media accounts to reflect thier relationship status right before thier trip to Scarsdale. They are excited to be going back to Rebecca's home as an official couple for her cousin's Skylar's Bar Mitsvah. Heather theorizes about how all thier overt PDA online masks insecurities they have about the relationship but Josh and Rebecca vehemently deny this (♫ We'll Never Have Problems Again ♫). At Whitefeather & Associates, Darryl tries and fails to impress Nathaniel. Rebecca sees Nathaniel as well to let him know about her trip back home. After Paula wishes Rebecca good luck she stops by to see Valencia at Sugar Face. Valencia admits she’s not completely okay with her being with Josh and warns Rebecca that he’s not as great as she thinks.
Meanwhile, Josh is talking with Father Brah and confesses he’s worried about the trip. Brah suggests he is desperate for this to go well since work as it’s all Josh has now that he’s defining himself through his relationship. After a long flight, Rebecca and Josh arrive in Scarsdale and go to the Bunch residence. Rebecca’s mom greets them wearing just a skirt and bra. Once inside Naomi overshares personal details creating an awkward atmosphere. Back at the law firm, Darryl finds he has little authority and the entire firm is working a big case which Nathaniel kept him out of. He goes to the break room to indulge in candy but learns from Jim that Nathaniel had the bad snacks removed. In Scarsdale, Rebecca and Josh were about to get intimate when Naomi interrupts and embarrasses her daughter (♫ Period Sex ♫).
The next morning Rebecca wakes up to find that much to her surprise Josh and Naomi have bonded while she was asleep.
"We'll Never Have Problems Again" Performed by: Rebecca and Josh Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger
Josh and Rebecca believe all thier problems are behind them.
"Remember That We Suffered" Performed by: Naomi, Rabbi Shari, Josh, Audra and the people at the Bar Mitzvah Writers: Rachel Bloom, Adam Schlesinger
Rabbit Shari reminds everyone of the Jewish peoples history.