Break room. Nicole complains that she has too much responsibility, calling herself the "President of the Inn." Molly, the heavyset girl who works downstairs in reservations, offers to set her up with her modeling agency -- apparently, Molly is a plus-sized model? Nicole must not watch America's Next Top Model, because she doesn't think she's using the word right. Larry is upset because someone has changed his negative three score to a negative four; Nicole posits that he doesn't put out a sexual vibe ever since he started dating Victor. (Apparently, Larry is gay, which may explain why he reminds me of Daniel from Shear Genius, but, you know, not Texan.) Larry tries to hit on Gus to prove himself, but Gus sees through his sham, and tells him that he needs to see himself as sexual in order for others to. Sage advice from such a young poonhound.
After getting hit on by Larry, security guy Billy goes into Rhonda's office and tells her he might have an office romance situation. He starts to explain it, making her start to believe it's her he likes, and the tension builds, and just when I'm ready for the comedic twist... it's her. Yeah, he likes her. I was totally expecting it to be Molly or something, but no, the one black guy on the show likes the one black girl on the show. They kiss, and then say they can't do it, then agree to keep it on the DL and kiss again. Is this a daytime soap opera or something? Isn't this supposed to be a comedy? I'm failing to see the inherent humor in this situation -- in fact, I can predict there will be several attempts at comedy as they try to hide their relationship from the others. Someone will end up naked, hiding in a closet. Bet on it. Commercial.
Back from commercial, Neal almost walks in on Rhonda and Billy. Wow. That was quick. For a second, it looks like he suspects something, but then Billy leaves, and Neal brags about turning down Tasha, making Rhonda all flustered and guilty. She tells him to keep it up, and ushers him out as Billy comes back for seconds. On his way back upstairs, Neal asks Molly how often those two are in the office with the door locked -- Molly says that what he's implying is racist. Wait, is that the comedic twist? That the two black characters are having a relationship, and therefore bucking the more recent cliché of the interracial romance? And anyone who suspects them is only saying that because they're black? It's so crazy that it just might -- no, it still doesn't work.