Okay, this is the scene for which we were shown the disclaimer. It's not an earned disclaimer, I believe. It's a bogus disclaimer. But this is a bogus show, so what did you expect? Full frontal male nudity? Penetration? No. What we have is Nelle, New Guy Wilson, the President of Vice, and the blackmailers sitting at a table. Nelle and New Guy do not have an offer to make the blackmailers, but rather, a tape of their own. First, they offer the blackmailers a "chance to drop this." The blackmailers laugh. So, they show the tape: the blackmailer chick is having sex with not only the President of Vice, but with assorted other dudes, too. One guy looks like Wilford Brimley. There are two Vin Diesel-looking dudes. Then, there's a moo. Wow, she had sex with a cow? Sick. They don't even show it, but I'm guessing the implied bestiality with "Clementine" is enough to warrant a disclaimer. Oh, so it's not a boy cow? Sick! The blackmailer chick says they just doctored the tape; the lawyer calls it "out and out fraud." But that doesn't mean they can't sell their version on eBay, too. Or, distribute it throughout the office, like she was planning to do. So, the blackmail "case" is dropped. Hooray for Nelle and Wilson. Whatever.
The Bar. Vonda sings "always and foreevaaaah." Yes. Always and forever, this show does suck. Every day. In its own special way. Richard does a shot of tequila and sits down with Miss Bump, Ray, Elaine, and Corretta. Was Richard working late, wonders Miss Bump? With Dame Edna feeding him lines, Richard explains that he was working on his book, The Lost Art of Conversation. Miss Bump poses and replies, "Are people conversing less, or less artfully?" We have banter. They continue in this vein, until Dame Edna feeds Richard the line of "wanting to poke your embers" with something or other. Miss Bump says that if she she wants to sleep with a man, she'll just suggest that they go somewhere and "do it." Dame Edna gasps, "Goodness, what a slut!" Richard parrots the remark. Only three more episodes to go. Miss Bump takes Richard's hand and says that maybe they "should just do it once, satisfy [their] curiosity, and move on?" Richard stammers. Ew, they're going to do it.