In one of the subplots, Frank walks into the writers' room wearing a Harvard sweatshirt to which Toofer immediately takes offense, reminding Frank that he was not "graduated from that institution." But Frank informs him of the "squeezer" he got from an Indian girl on a bunk bed. "I think I got the whole Harvard experience." Toofer begins to boil. "You do not want to make a Harvard man angry," he says, and is met with derision and mock terror by the room.
The next day, Frank walks up to Toofer wearing a stove pipe hat that reads "Harvard" and a snappy sweater with the letter 'H' embroidered in the middle. He also purports to have lived in Lowell House and been a member of The Signet Society. Toofer shows off the Signet pin on his lapel as the only proof of authenticity to such a claim, but Frank shows off his own Signet pin, worn on the zipper of his pants.
Toofer escalates by wearing a Frank costume complete with a hat that says 'Mom Expert'. The show's not over yet, but how could anything be funnier than this? I'm not sure how to describe Toofer other than, I guess, a tomboy from an early 80's documentary on break dancing. Both demand that the other take off his costume but it's a stalemate.
Toofer and Frank want Lemon to settle the great impasse, but she's too busy doing things in the real world. If they give up their feud now they'll be ridiculed. What to do? Cajun style! Carville overhears their conversation and tells them they need to change the story. "Like Karl Rove in the last election when he made it about gays and swiftboats. What's your swiftboat?" he asks. It's Josh's hair, as it turns out. At the next writers' meeting, Toofer and Frank point out Josh's fro-hawk, prompting Lemon to nickname him Dr. Haircut. Problem solved, it would seem, and Frank texts James Carville in appreciation.
The other subplot begins with Jenna strutting onto set holding an award she just won for her performance in the movie version of the stage version of the movie Mystic Pizza. The self-congratulation barely registers with the wind before Tracy throws a tantrum. "How long are we gonna talk about this stupid award?" and "Where are the French fries I did not ask for? You guys need to anticipate me!" He storms out of rehearsal. Lemon goes to see Tracy in his dressing room. He's upset about never having won an award, even losing out on a Kids' Choice to Shaquille O'Neal. He's ready to give it all up for crystal meth, but Lemon thinks quickly on her feet and tells him he in fact just won an award; a Lifetime achievement honor from the Pacific Rim Emmys -- finally, a solid reason for Wesley Snipes to work in television! Tracy is excited. He loves the Japanese culture, especially going sharking, which is less about the fish and more about pulling ladies' tops down in public places while guys film it. Lemon asks Pete to create a fake award for Tracy then reassures Jenna that she is the "rock" of the cast -- the sane one.