The issue starts off with a now-standard scenario. Josie, Alexandra, and Melody are successfully performing, this time on a beach. It looks to be going very well. They have a decent-sized crowd and the gig appears to be for a special event. It's definitely a step up from solo performances in a coffee shop. Alan is even there, much to Josie's delight. In between performing for the crowd, she can be seen happily flirting with Alan. Unfortunately, Alexandra arrives to ruin it. Melody sums her newest scheme up succinctly.
|Melody's secret ambitions? Teaching a college Economics course.|
|'Frog on a unicycle' is my new favorite insult and I resolve to use it whenever possible.|
In a way, it does make sense. I do like the expanded character development for Josie and Alexandra, showing how not everything in life is simple and clear-cut. It's really impressive and a testament to the comic's quality that it can get so subsversive so early in the series. The sudden emotional ambiguity and darkness is even commented on in the issue itself with a Bojack Horseman reference.
|BoJosie And The Horsie-cats, coming to Netflix this fall. Mr. Peanutbutter is the mascot.|
Zachary Krishef is an evil genius. Do not question his knowledge of Saturday Night Live trivia or Harry Potter books.