When we last left off with Chase Dreams, Brooke had secured him a date to a high school dance for publicity (and because she messed up fantastically with the whole Rachel Kline fiasco).
Need a refresher? Read my recap of last week’s episode here.
In the aftermath of Chase’s first successful single, he has launched a follow-up. This one goes out to Carey and is an ode to his sexual orientation, “My Brother’s Gay”. Carey and Brooke are post-shopping trip, clad in their lazy day clothes, both commando – as these two codependent siblings have no issue admitting to one another, when Carey begins getting recognized on the street from the music video.
It’s all about Chase’s reputation this week. In order to amp up his blossoming career even further, Streeter arranges for him to start dating Yendani, a popular up-and-coming teen singer who also has an album releasing on the same day as Chase. But before their PR relationship can come to fruition, there are a few skeletons in his family closet that need to be purged.
The Other Two opens with a menagerie of clip shows. The Next Big White Kid has gone viral and his name is Chase Dreams. You heard that right. He and his mother Pat are sitting down to chat with The Today Show about his newfound success and buzz off his first and only hit single, “Marry U At Recess”. But what about Chase’s siblings?
Well Cary is doing auditions for roles like “Man at Party Who Smells Fart,” I wonder which Adam Sandler film he was trying out for? And their sister, Brooke is sleeping in one of the homes she’s trying to sell and eating washing machine pizza. To he credit though, air mattresses are really hard to fold up.