Rejuvenated, Ke$ha visits her hometown of Nashville and is inspired to write the first song for her sophomore album, "Warrior." Now in LA to tackle her Warrior album, she shaves one side of her head to channel her "inner warrior" before she's ready to begin recording "Machine Gun Love", a rock anthem. The song ends up being nixed by her label for not being "pop enough." Ke$ha is then hit with writers block until she decides to go see the one person who has always been able to inspire her -- her first love, Harold. After going for a hike with him and finding closure, Ke$ha returns to the studio and records the song "Last Goodbye," which ends up being the first song officially approved by the label. Finally on a roll, she travels back to Nashville, where she reunites with her mom, Pebe, to finish off the remaining fourteen songs of the record with the help of whiskey, laughs, and Pebe's zaniness. Ke$ha eventually returns to LA where she has to get into shape for her upcoming music video, which leads her to try drinking her own pee. Ke$ha struggles with her music video and the critical dance moves but ultimately pulls it off. In the end, she buys her newly released album from the same clerk who sold her her first album, "Animal." It has been a grueling couple of months and Ke$ha is psyched for her new music but worries whether her fans will love it.