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In the premiere episode of Season 2, Joan and Melissa are still living under the same roof in LA, however this time around they’re working together as well.
As they get ready for a taping of Fashion Police, where Joan stars and Melissa executive produces, conflict immediately erupts when Joan decides it’s time for yet another plastic surgery tune-up. Melissa protests. She hates the idea of her mother risking her life for a vanity surgery. But for Joan, looking young is part of the biz.
An intervention with Joan’s friends fails miserably, leaving Melissa playing nursemaid when Joan becomes the recovery patient from hell. In the end, when Joan shows off her ‘new’ face, will it all have been worth it?
Plus, Cooper (Melissa’s 10-year-old son) and his friend Russell inform Joan of Russell’s impending stand up comedy gig. Cooper asks his grandma if she will give Russell some pointers in the comedy game. Joan agrees to help.