According to the writer, episode three, which was not filmed but had been scripted, would have picked up with Lizzie waking up in Ethan’s bed wearing his water polo shirt. Meanwhile, animated Lizzie is there with a little to-do list with Ethan’s name on it. “I think she says something like, ‘Well, checked that box,'” Hurwitz recalled. “Dramatic pause…‘Twice.’”

(Though Hurwitz says that nothing sexual is depicted, he believes this joke was “probably” one of the moments Disney “wasn’t comfortable” including.)

Though Ethan wants to see Lizzie again, she tells him she’s going back to New York.

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Spoiler alert: she (probably) doesn’t go back to New York.

On her way home from Ethan’s house, Lizzie ends up sharing an Uber to the airport with a gay guy named Carson who’s “loosely based” on Hurwitz. “He’s from Indiana and he’s obsessed with snacks from the ’90s and they end up spending the day together and have just had like a really great, great time together,” Hurwitz explained in part four of his ongoing series.

Long story short, Lizzie’s ex Emmett has been tracking her phone and sends a 30th birthday cake to her house (creepy), which she ends up bringing over to Carson’s apartment.

“He’s hanging out with his quirky neighbor—her name is Suze,” Hurwitz said. “The three of them end up talking and laughing and playing games just having a really good time. And at the end of the night, Carson asks if Lizzie wants to move into the empty room in his apartment. And so the episode ends with her kind of like seriously considering not going back to New York so she can rebuild a life in California.”

Her life in New York was very Devil Wears Prada.

Because episode one ends with Lizzie returning to her childhood home, we would have seen what her life in New York was like in the pilot—and it’s very Devil Wears Prada. However, instead of working for a major magazine, she’s the assistant to an interior designer named Damian who is getting his own New York Magazine profile.

“So Lizzie has gone out to find some last minute touches for the apartment, including this fluffy adorable alpaca that Damian thinks is a llama,” Hurwitz said. “He insists that she get rid of it but New York Magazine ends up putting it front and center in the photoshoot and it’s a huge, huge hit. And Lizzie asked to be credited in the magazine, but Damian says no and Lizzie finally realizes that she’s never going to grow after working for this guy for five years. So she ends up quitting.”

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Yes, they really were going to sing that song from the musical A Chorus Line.

Hurwitz confirmed that part of the song “Dance Ten, Looks Three” from A Chorus Line would be sung in episode two, but that the “tits and ass” lyrics were replaced with “other parts of the song that are a little bit more PG.”

Even Lizzie succumbs to breakup bangs.

“In episode two, after Lizzie’s come home and she’s heartbroken and emotional, she does what anybody would do in that situation, which is put on Ariana Grande and give herself bangs,” Hurwitz said.

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