We start with a flashback of young Jane saving money in her piggy bank, then flash forward to the present where she is picking out rugs for Mateo's room with Michael. They get interrupted by room service, along with the daily paper with its top story about Michael corrupting the Sin Rostro investigation. Rafael's brother isn't too happy either because they knew about his boat. Petra also isn't happy about it, but her medication seems to be working better. Meanwhile, Anezca (I'd been spelling it wrong) has a new job at the hotel, but she isn't doing a very good job.
Jane is also upset she isn't seeing Mateo as often, then runs into the sitter outside and says she'll take Mateo off her hands. While walking, she talks with Xo, who wants to audition for a small role in Rogelio's telenovela. Meanwhile, Rogelio is busy with the head writer, but Dina must be off soon as well for more casting. Later, Rafael comes by to pick up Mateo and is upset Jane has him on his day. They agree they need to work out a custody system. Even later, Jane decides to buy everything for Mateo's room, when Michael walks in and says he's been fired.
In order to work everything out, Michael says he'll look for a new job and Jane will pick up extra shifts. But when she goes to ask Scott, he says her shifts will be spent training Anezca. Meanwhile, Xo asks Rogelio about the part, and he immediately gives it to her. But she catches him whiffing the head writer's hair and suspects something is up. Later, Jane starts training with Anezca, but things aren't really clicking with her. Jane tries to concentrate on work, and as she's serving a guest she overhears how the guest's son needs help with a college essay and she'd be willing to pay big bucks, so Jane pitches herself and gets the job.
Jane tells this to Xo, but she's too distracted because she knows Rogelio is sleeping with Dina, and Dina isn't too happy he hired Xo, because she's not sure Xo can act. Later, Jane and Rafael meet up with the custody lawyer, but when they start dividing up time, things start to get complicated. The next day, Jane has trouble leaving Mateo to go to work, and Anezca still isn't getting better. Also, Petra isn't sure Rafael trusts her with the trust money for the girls.
Meanwhile. Xo struggles at the telenovela, but Rogelio assures her he'll fix it. Jane is also struggling when she realizes she isn't really helping that kid write his essay, but actually writing it herself. She decides to quit, but then Michael says no one's hiring him because of his reputation. He later goes to meet with Rogelio because Rogelio could possibly clear up his reputation. Also, Xo's bad acting can't be fixed in editing, so Rogelio has to tell her she's fired.
Later, Petra confronts Rafael about not being able to control the twin's trust fund when Jane can control Mateo's, and he says it's because he trusts Jane more. Speaking of Jane, she's with the kid she's mentoring, and she finds a way to get through to him and help him write his own essay. Also, Xo accepts being fired, but thinks it's for the best because she doesn't like being around Rogelio and Dina. Rogelio says he doesn't really like her, but when he thinks about it, he probably does.
Later, Anezca gets her first tip, much to Jane's amazement. But Jane's joy is later crushed when the mom of the kid she's mentoring doesn't like the essay because it's all about drumming, and she doesn't want her kid to go into that. Jane says she'll rewrite it, but the entire situation makes her think about Rafael's custody, and she agrees to let Rafael have a month vacation with him. Later, Rogelio tells Dina about Xo knowing they were a thing, and Dina assures him that they're not, which hurts him.
At the hotel, Jane and Rafael are glad things are working out, but Petra is jealous of their relationship. She tells Anezca about this, and Anezca starts to dislike Jane as well. Later, as Jane writes the essay for that kid, she realizes her priorities are in the wrong place. She wants to spend more time with Mateo, so she tells Michael she has to step back on work, which is okay for now, because he found a new job under Rogelio. Jane is happy, and with Rafael's support she is able to back out of the extra shifts at work. Meanwhile, Anezca sends in an ad to Jane's school for essay writing, which you just don't do.
That night, Petra goes to Rafael and he apologizes for not trusting her, but she agrees it's a process. But she also calls him out on lying, so he comes clean to his brother about telling the police about the boat, and we end with his brother making a call saying "let's get him."