At some point, Reese and Rick enter into show business and are eventually able to host their own morning talk show in Los Angeles, titled Hey L.A. with Reese & Rick. Together, the two of them interview people such as chefs and rising pop singers. ("Whiplash")
Carmen Luna is interviewed on Hey L.A. with Reese & Rick. ("Whiplash")
Carmen Luna, an up-and-coming singer with Needle Drop Music Group, prepares to drop her album by booking an interview on Hey, L.A. with Reese & Rick, which Reese presents alongside her co-host Rick. They welcome back the audience after a commercial, having just had Chef Kevin on the show make them some amazing cake balls, which Reese comments are actually "amaze-balls". She then laughs, asking if she can say that and if it's dirty, and the two hosts laugh before introducing Carmen. Reese asks her to tell them about herself, and Rick asks, for example, if she's single. Carmen replies that she's completely in love with her new album. Reese proceeds to say that a little birdie told her that Carmen is going to be a big sensation, and Carmen assumes that that was her producer Jacklyn Dussault, whom she gives a shout out. The hosts then want to give the audience a taste of Carmen's new music video; however, when they go to play it, the tapes have been switched by Jacklyn, and instead they end up broadcasting a recording of Carmen and Jacklyn's husband Sebastien having sex. Reese hastily cuts to commercial while Carmen is devastated by what her scorned producer has done to her career. ("Whiplash")
- Hey L.A. with Reese & Rick is a fictional talk show named after writers Charise Castro Smith and Ric Swartzlander.