There are 18 songs in the show in various musical styles, ranging from melodic ballads to traditional musical theatre to rock and roll.
Look at Me / Obsessed
Leah sings and dances for Brad; Brad reveals his intense passion for Leah.
Brad and Sarah reveal their inner thoughts about their dysfunctional and unhappy marriage.
Everybody’s Got Their Itch
Floyd, Leah and Kayla tell Brad he needs to loosen up and experiment sexually, in a song that advocates sexual liberation.
Brad reveals to Leah his intense desire to be with her, and Leah reveals that she, too, wants to be a therapist. They have more in common than they realized, as they sing about the nature of emotions and feelings from a Freudian point of view.
Cold Hard Cash
Floyd argues that the only important thing in life is money, which is why he’s blackmailing Brad.
There Was a Time
Sarah sings about how sad she is that she and Brad have drifted apart.
Diva of Divine
Omeika proclaims that her role in life is to save the world.
We’ve Got a Problem
Brad tries to explain his behavior; Sarah is having none of it; and Omeika says that they have to find a way to deal with this problem.
Kayla does a sultry song and dance for the customers, focusing mostly on Omeika. There is an instant attraction between the two.
You Don’t Know Me
Brad and Leah reveal their fears about jumping into a real relationship with each other.
As unlikely as it might seem, there is a spark between Floyd and Sarah that turns into a fire.
Love is Funny
Omeika and Kayla fall for one another as they sing about how sometimes love comes in strange places.
Omeika has hidden her sexuality for far too long, and now it is time to reveal it to the world.
You Gotta Take
Floyd is confronted by the others and sings about why he feels the need to look for every “opportunity,” legal or illegal.
Everyone’s Got Pain
Omeika, Brad, Sarah, Leah and Kayla aren’t buying Floyd’s excuses, and they all sing about the fact that everyone has issues/pain, which doesn’t justify acting like a criminal.
We’re Better Off As Friends
Brad and Sarah apologize for how they’ve treated each other and realize they should be friends, not lovers.
What Love Can Do
Omeika explains to Floyd that with love there is both joy and pain, and there really is nothing more important in life than love.
There’s Somebody for Everybody
Omeika announces her new reality show featuring unexpected couples: Omeika and Kayla; Brad and Leah; Floyd and Sarah. The entire cast sings that no matter who you are, “there is someone out there to love just you.”