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After work, Max, Caroline, and the gang at the diner convene to call dibs on what’s in the lost and found box, only to discover that Max had already rummaged through it.
What remains in the box is the blond wig that goes unclaimed. Everyone had already worn it to take goofy pictures, but tonight it was Han’s turn to don the wig before a man enters the diner to finally claim the wig.
Caroline bursts into the diner the next day with a copy of Martha Stewart Living in anticipation of getting a mention from Martha in the magazine.
Max nearly misses the blurb in the magazine before the Caroline catches the feature: not only is their cupcake business mentioned, but it’s also a Williamsburg must-have!
Caroline decides to head over to the candy shop to tell Andy the news, and of course Max tags along for the free candy.
Andy tells the girls that a tragedy had occurred at the soup kitchen across his shop and that it was because of a drug deal gone wrong. With morbid curiosity, Max rushes to the crime scene, takes down the tape, and enters the premise of where the bloodbath had happened.
Max encourages someone to take a photo of her against the backdrop of bloodstains on the wall. She jokes that she might even join Instagram to post her photo-op.
Andy leaves the soup kitchen, as Caroline points out that what was once a kitchen could now be their cupcake shop. However, Max says that they don’t have enough money in which Caroline talks about borrowing money from an organization that’s supposed to support women’s small businesses.
Max reluctantly jumps on board, but when the girls have an appointment to borrow some money, Max makes a bad impression before Caroline arrives to the interview sharing too much information on her sex life.
In an attempt to make some money, Max takes a Craigslist listing to heart by choosing to donate her eggs, but when the donation clinic requires egg donors to have a college degree, that leaves Max out, not to mention Max likes her alcohol a little too much.
When Caroline hears that her Ivy League eggs are worth more, she hesitantly decides to donate, but when she is drawn blood, she decides otherwise, splattering blood everywhere when she took her needle out.
The girls’ dream of owning a cupcake shop seems crushed until Sophie, who had earlier rejected their business proposition to borrow money, “accidentally” writes them a $20,000 check for her take-out. Can anyone say cha-ching?
Watch 2 Broke Girls every Monday at 9 p.m. on CBS to see what’s up next for Max and Caroline!