During his Capitol Hill testimony on film violence, Peter goes out of his way to antagonize the panel’s conservative senators. As a result, Bobby G insists that he begin the process of recanting his provocative remarks by putting his fate in the hands of publicist Connie Hunt. Meanwhile, after being enticed by a seductive offer from Marty Jordan, Adam reconsiders a longtime relationship with his elderly agent, Irwin Klein.
At Connie’s insistence, Peter agrees to temper the effects of his testimony with a series of charitable deeds. While he would rather just write a check for a good cause, he is forced to make a highly public appearance at a recreation center to announce his new camp for children with German measles. Meanwhile, after realizing that Irwin hasn’t got a clue about today’s Hollywood, Adam decides that changing agents might be for the best. And to make sure that Adam signs with his agency, Marty sends a high price prostitute to woo him.
Following a major gaffe during his rec center appearance, Peter is sent to a charity auction to help raise money for Alzheimer’s research. However, after being mugged in the parking lot, a conversation with his youthful attacker inspires Peter to create a screenwriter’s camp for inner city kids. Finally, unable to fire Irwin himself, Adam turns the job over to Marty. But once he switches, he quickly discovers that life at the new agency is no better after all.