Trey and his guys have an app and a plan, but they need an investor before they can be successful. It's party crashing time as they try to make it big in Silicon Valley.
After getting to know the level of competition inside The Murch's Accelerator, Trey defies Lisa by reaching out to a prominent tech blogger, Jordan Alexis, hoping to generate press for BRB's beta launch.
In an effort to secure funding for BRB's launch, Trey welcomes Nash's parents to the Accelerator, but the tide turns when the Dagavis tell Try he has to go on a blind date. Trey enlists Lisa to accompany the pair and the four set out to cut loose.
In the aftermath of Trey and Lisa's hookup, Trey tries to get some clarity on their relationship, while Lisa tries to stand up to The Murch. Meanwhile, Mitchell worries that Murch is going to buy, and ruin, his beloved Indie wrestling league.
When BRB is hacked right after a launch, Trey and Hobbes get to know each other better as they desperately search for their prime suspect, a hacktivist from Hobbes's past. Meanwhile, Mikki takes care of an anxious Mitchell after he runs out of pills.
Trey realises that BRB needs more female users to fulfil his vision of a truly social app. Nash urges Trey to focus on BRB's strengths and meanwhile, the team needs to figure out how to deal with Hobbes' increasingly volatile behaviour.
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