CLOCK SHOP, BOOTY-POPPIN', AND SHOW-STOPPIN' CHILDHOOD ASPIRATIONS. HILARIOUS EXCHANGES WITH COMEDY!

In this comical episode featuring Ebony, Ivory, advice columnist Wilma, and producer Reverba, a series of inquiries spark hilarious exchanges. Ivory seeks a business name(for a subscriber) for a pre-owned clock store, prompting Wilma's witty suggestion, "the Second Hand is still working clock shop." Reverba interjects with the fun fact that Wilma has,, and Wilma shares a past experience working for a clockmaker, revealing a tumultuous encounter with a peculiar owner. Ebony poses a technical subscriber query about deleted files on computers, to which Wilma delivers a blunt reality check, cautioning against hiding "nasty videos" from significant others. The scene concludes with a female subscriber's question about childhood aspirations, leading Wilma to humorously envision herself as a "booty-poppin' show-stoppin' humanoid volleyball." Despite Reverba's disbelief, Wilma vehemently confirms her aspiration, much to everyone's amusement. The episode wraps up with Ebony offering a sage reminder to viewers, encouraging optimism and engagement with the show's content.