Max Black (Kat Dennings) is still licking her wounds after breaking up with her lawyer boyfriend, Randy (Ed Quinn), in “2 Broke Girls” Season 5. But will she find love again this coming season?

According to FX News Call, this just might be possible. Rapper 2 Chainz was cast months back to portray himself in an upcoming “2 Broke Girls” Season 6 episode. He will be one of the guest stars who will stop by Max and Caroline Channing’s (Beth Behrs) new dessert bar, but he might be leaving with more than just dessert.

It has been reported that he will be playing a new romantic interest for Max, but whether or not he will become a long-term boyfriend or a fling still remains to be seen.

Aside from 2 Chainz, Entertainment Weekly has reported that puppet master J. Petto (Andy Dick), who appeared in episode 7 of Season 2, will also be one of the girls’ guests in their dessert bar.

J. Petto was scaring customers away from Max and Caroline Channing’s (Beth Behrs) cupcake store because of his creepy performance, but when the girls asked him to leave, he got into a minor accident and sued the girls.

Will J. Petto be up to his weird antics again, or will he just be a regular customer hoping to support Max and Caroline's new business venture?

Meanwhile, CarterMatt has just released the synopses for the first episodes of Season 6, and it already looks like Max and Caroline have their hands full.

The synopsis for the first episode, titled “And the Two Openings: Part One,” reads: “As Max and Caroline, now part owners of the diner, put the finishing touches on their newly converted Dessert Bar, Max deals with the aftermath of her recent breakup with Randy, and Sophie and Oleg prepare for the birth of their baby.”

Meanwhile, the synopsis for the second episode, titled “And the Two Openings: Part Two,” reads: “When Sophie goes into labor just before the Dessert Bar’s grand opening, she demands that Max and Caroline be present for the birth. Also, the girls run into problems when they don’t secure a liquor license for their new venue.”