In the first-season finale, as the release of Cyndi's memoir approaches, she worries about how her sister and mom will react to the book and the family secrets that it exposes. Cyndi also heads into the studio to record a special version of her hit "Time After Time."
Cyndi goes to Washington, D.C., where she's being honored for her work with LGBT youth. While there, she learns about lobbying and tries to drum up support for a bill among politicians, including Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-Cal.).
Cyndi returns to the world of professional wrestling and reunites with her old WWE friends Rowdy Roddy Piper and Wendi Richter. At home, she shows her competitive streak while playing boccie and paintball with her family.
Cyndi makes a promise to David that she'll be home for dinner, but keeping her word proves difficult with a busy day ahead of her that includes recording music, posing for publicity photos and choosing the cover art for her memoir.
Things don't turn out as expected when Cyndi and David try to fit some romance into their trip to Cannes, where she's scheduled to give a private concert with the possibility of being joined onstage by Ronnie Wood of the Rolling Stones.
Cyndi Lauper juggles her busy career with a family life in this reality series, which begins with the pop singer arriving in Los Angeles to perform on NBC's "The Voice," but there's one problem—she has laryngitis. Elsewhere, Cyndi meets up with her pal Kathy Griffin for lunch.