Next thing I know, the girls are scrambling out of Tori2's coupe and heading toward Pleasureama in search of sexual stimulation. Ah, a girl's first vibrator. It's a momentous occasion. They don't make cards for this at Hallmark, people. My first vibrator came direct from a mail-order catalogue because I was too mortified to walk into The Pleasure Chest and just pick one out from the glass case. Let me tell you, a couple of months with that battery-powered item and I lost all inhibition on the subject. That was over five years ago. Now, every few months or so, after I've broken my latest vibrator's back, I just waltz right into The Pleasure Chest and pick myself out a brand new model. I'm surprised I don't have a personal account there.
Well, now, that was just a whole mess of TMI, isn't it?
Meanwhile, back in O-land, the girls are in deep incognito. That is, they're wearing dark glasses and hats which don't even begin to conceal their celebrity visages. Hunter's telling Tori2 that if she'd just talk to Shapiro about not doing the scene, she wouldn't have to worry about all this. Tori2 tells her that it's not just about the scene. "I'm twenty-two years old," she whines. "I'd like to see what all the fuss is about." Hunter then delivers a line that includes the word "anti-climactic," so I'm not even going to repeat the entire thing, as I feel it's beneath me. Courtney confidently saunters up to Pleasureama as a young teen fan runs up and identifies her as Laura on Grosse Pointe. Uh-oh. No sex toys for Courtney, I guess. And how in the hell does Courtney know just the right place to go for sexual devices? Hasn't she only been in Hollywood for a couple of months? What, did she canvass the neighborhood or something?
Back on the set, Dickless enters wearing nothin' but a towel. He asks Shapiro why he can't wear underwear while filming a locker-room scene. Shapiro wants to see if they can get away with showing a little crack. Ew. Over by the director, Richard's hanging out, wearing some sort of Nehru-jacket throwback. Rob looks up at him in surprise. "Richard? I didn't know 'Dad' was working today," queries Rob. "I'm not. I just wanted to come down and support the kids," says Richard. Note to self: Whenever Richard is supposed to be on the show, make sure to have a bucket nearby for projectile vomiting.