Two young women waitressing at diner, street-smart Max and daughter of arrested millionaire Caroline, team up to open their own cupcake business if they raise enough money.
And the Reality Problem
A producer offers to shoot an episode of Keeping Up with the Kardashians at the cupcake shop, but backs out at the last minute. Caroline is forced to make a drastic change. In the end, Kim Kardashian West pays the cupcake shop a visit.
And the DJ Face
Max learns her weekly booty call (Jesse Metcalfe) is a DJ at a Whole Foods store. At the store, Caroline has an unexpected reunion with a former high society friend. Sophie uses a Ouija Board to determine if she is meant to get back together with Oleg.
And the Childhood Not Included
Max receives her old Teddy Ruxpin back from her mother. She and Caroline differ about whether to sell it when the latter accidentally loses the most valuable fish in Han’s newly-installed aquarium.
And the Old Bike Yarn
Caroline starts using an abandoned bike to make deliveries, but Max is unable to do her share because she cannot ride a bicycle. Sophie and Oleg run into difficulty rekindling their relationship.
And the Brand Job
As a result of Max’s latest behavior, Caroline throws her a "business intervention" by booking two seats in a two-day business seminar, however, things don’t go according to plan when the two are put at odds over how they want to move forward with their business.
And the Model Apartment
Max and Caroline rent their apartment via Airbnb to some models in town for the annual Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. The two spend the weekend in Sophie’s apartment as she goes on vacation, but are lured back to their own apartment when the models throw a huge party.
And a Loan for Christmas
When their cupcake t-shirt sales begin to gain momentum, Caroline tries to convince Max to apply for a loan to produce more of their product to sell at a trendy, upscale store. Meanwhile, determined to win a decorating contest, Sophie enlists the help of the two girls and the diner crew to create a living Nativity display.
And the Fun Factory
With their $10,000 loan in hand, Max and Caroline select a factory to produce their cupcake T-shirts. Max soon becomes suspicious of the work conditions there when she and Caroline meet the company’s overly-enthusiastic employees. Meanwhile, Sophie starts a new business.
And the Past and the Furious
Caroline has a birthday present delivered to the restaurant: a $450,000 Lamborghini Aventador that her father ordered in 2011, knowing it would take four years to build. But her joy is short-lived when she finds it will be seized in the morning. That doesn’t stop Max from taking the car and a drugged Caroline on a joyride to The Hamptons. Meanwhile, Oleg proposes to Sophie.
And the Move-In Meltdown
Han helps Oleg to move in with Sophie but Sophie doesnt like any of Oleg’s stuff and doesn’t allow him to keep anything in her apartment.Caroline decides to buy heating lamps for out door seating of their cup cake window. Sophie and Oleg have a fight at the party which Sophie gives to mark the occasion of Oleg’s move in. Sophie drives back Oleg’s stuff but gets in an accident when Caroline suggests that Sophie is being unreasonable.In the end, Oleg and Sophie make up when Sophie admits that she is scared.
And the Crime Ring
While trying to sell cupcake T-shirts at a club, Caroline is hit on by a handsome man and goes home with him. When he doesn’t return her texts for two weeks, Caroline has Max help her break into the guy’s apartment, but she picks the wrong apartment and the two get arrested. Meanwhile, Sophie had asked Max to be her maid of honor and was rejected, which gives her a bargaining chip when the girls need to be bailed out of jail.