I enjoyed the songs this week, especially "He's the New Guy," which was so clever, and the Heather storyline was excellent. I thought she (and the show) handled the awkward diversity conversations with Kevin and with the Home Base bigwigs with an empathetic firmness. I didn't like Rebecca's storyline, however, and she's starting to veer back to early S2-levels of selfishness/unlikability for me. I've said this before, but all of her friends are so supportive of her, but she so often fails to see their needs. Granted, she was there for Darryl and went through a lot to donate an egg for him. But she couldn't help Heather with her career worries, and her plot to take back control of Whitefeather seemed more self-serving than genuinely beneficial to her colleagues or "the little guy." Rebecca's all about grand gestures; sometimes they work out (like in this episode with the egg donation and winning back the shares), but most of the time, they end up creating huge messes that people have to keep forgiving her for. I've wanted Rebecca to do something that takes her out of herself, and helping others is definitely a way for her to do that; but she's got to start small. Making thoughtful small decisions will help her to see that she is a good person who can make wise big decisions later. Simply listening to her friends, really being present for them, would be an important step.