Following his death from a heart attack, Peter comes face to face with God. When his promise to be a nicer person allows him to negotiate a deal, Peter returns to life to finish Beverly Hills Gun Club. Coming back to find his ex-wife Jane reading his will in his hospital room, he does his best to make good on the promise. And after recuperating for two weeks, Peter returns to work where Stuart, Jenny and Titus have held things together in his absence.
Back on the set, Peter’s first act is to find a well-endowed actress to play Reagan’s sister. But when none of Jenny’s candidates measure up, he orders Stuart to continue looking for as long as it takes. Meanwhile, as Peter faces another stressful incident when Titus dies from a drug overdose, his promise to be good forces him into birthing classes with Jane.
With Stuart and Lonnie in tow, Peter finds Titus floating in the pool as his wife and Holden look on. Realizing that the problem could sink the picture, Peter pays publicist and troubleshooter Connie Hunt for a cover story to keep Holden out of trouble. Back at the birthing class, he tries to persuade Bobby G. to recast the film without Holden. But when he can’t, he takes drastic measures and threatens to kill Holden’s prized iguana if he doesn’t finish the movie without another incident. Finally, Peter finds the perfect breasts for the part of Reagan’s sister on Titus’s widow, Missy.