Emily’s attempt to publish a poem sparks backlash. Wiz Khalifa guest stars.
Women are forbidden at Amherst, so Emily and Sue get creative to attend a lecture.
Emily and Austin throw a party, and their mutual love for Sue causes tension.
Emily seeks help from an author (John Mulaney) when her favorite tree is threatened.
Emily confronts tough issues at a meeting of the local Shakespeare Club.
Emily takes a “sick day” to write and finds a connection with her father’s law clerk.
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