Reagan’s reluctance to do nude scenes forces Peter into negotiations with her agent and uncle, Bernie Beckerman. But after carefully crafting an agreement that stipulates just how much of Reagan’s body filmgoers will be allowed to see, Bernie then turns around and lets Peter do whatever he pleases in exchange for $100,000. Meanwhile, during dinner with Jenny, Peter spots Stuart interviewing for a new job. And after graciously handling their encounter at the restaurant, back at the office Peter lambastes Stuart for being disloyal.
While Peter says he’ll do whatever it takes to keep him at DragonFire, he balks at having dinner with Stuart and his companion, Julian. But after Peter diffuses one crisis with an offer to have the gay couple over for dinner at his house, Adam creates another when he demands an additional $100,000 for his rewrites. So in order to keep from shelling out any more cash, Peter makes him a co-producer. Meanwhile, Reagan threatens to derail the picture over Holden’s lackluster sexual performance.
After Julian makes it clear how little he thinks of Peter’s films, he encourages Stuart to take the new job. However, word that it’s gone to another executive keeps Stuart at DragonFire for now. With Jenny’s help, Holden gets through his sex scenes. But when Reagan then says that they are now a little too realistic for her taste, Jenny dredges up an old porn film that silences her complaints. Finally, after Peter encourages him to prove himself as a producer, Adam fires a caterer who then turns around and commits suicide.