The need for another $50 million to begin work on Beverly Hills Gun Club has Peter is scouring Los Angeles for financing. But the poor box office performance of his last film has his usual funders reluctant to get involved. And because screenwriter Adam Rifkin has been struck with a case of writer’s block, Peter wants to fire him. However, to make sure they have a script to show potential investors, Wendy offers to help with the problem.
Over lunch with his ex-wife, Peter learns that she’s pregnant and that he’s the father. While Jane’s husband, studio chief Bobby Gianopolis, is excited about the prospect of having a child regardless of who is responsible, Peter has no intention of giving up the son he’s always wanted. Meanwhile, when Wendy offers some kinky sex as an inducement, Adam completes the script on time.
After Peter is turned down yet again, this time by a wealthy diamond broker, Wendy sets up a meeting with wealthy playboy Momo Shabong. And while Momo and his brothers agree to provide the entire $50 million, their suggestions for the script send Adam back to the drawing board. Finally, Bobby G enlists Los Angeles Dodger veteran Steve Garvey for pointers on teaching his future son to play ball.