So I liked it. I didn't love it.
This show succeeds when the characters are sharp, the situation is absurd and the action is a bit loony. Mostly succeeded. An Annie-clone steals Annie's idea for a model UN, causing conflict between the nemeses, and a debate between rival UN's. It was absurd, with parallel-everything and color-coded scoreboards whipped up in hours' notice. It was loony, with Annie's insane rapproachment with the enemy UN. And the characters were ... well, basically, they were friends, so their edge was mostly off this week. Mostly successful.
Meanwhile, Britta feels a deep need to play Noble Protester while Chang feels a need to play Dirty Harry. Sharp characters, and loony action. (Lionel Richie's "Hello" as the musical theme for love-between-the-poseurs? Priceless.) It was not so absurd, however. Having dealt with campus cops and poseur-testers, that scene where Chang writes up a meaningless warning, and Britta symbolically eats it (but doesn't swallow) is fine satire.
The whole show this week had a satirical side that last week's episode lacked. A half-hour well spent.