Over at the make-up trailer, Courtney's checking herself out in some Japanese rag. I guess Grosse Pointe is ultra-huge in Japan. "They totally love me over there," squeaks Court. Hunter snipes, "Well, now you understand how I feel. Over here." Nice one. Court announces that some errant Japanese beer company wants to pay her $75,000 just to appear in one of their commercials. But Court's not sure if she should do it, because she wants to be known as a serious actress. Yeah, that's what all the cleavage-sporting teen-dream blondes on popular WB shows want, Court. Ain't gonna happen. Michelle Williams, anyone? Schmarce tells Court that she should take advantage of every offer while she's still young and pretty. "At least," says Schmarce, "that's what my mom says." This explains volumes about Schmarcy. Leather-bound, three-inch-thick volumes.
Quentin enters and picks up a copy of the Japanese rag. "Whoa Nellie!" he spurts. "Stay away from me, Quentin," snaps Hunter. "You givin' me a warning this time? Kevin -- break out the industrial fans, buddy. Hunter's about to rip one." Okay. I didn't think it would ever be possible, but I'm digging Hairless in this ep. I will still continue to refer to him as Hairless, however, because, well, come on -- he's balder than a damn cue ball! Everyone laughs at Q's comment, and Hunter jumps up onto her pissy-horse. "Laugh while you can," she spits. "I've got a surprise coming for you. And it won't be coming from my ASS." God. There's just something about the way that Hunter says the word "ass" that sends me into gales of giggles.
Later, on the set, Courtney greets her future beer employers and her overdressed agent. It would seem that Court got the script but it's in Japanese. Of course, since Court's about as intelligent as a Frosted Flake, it hasn't occurred to her to pick up a Japanese-to-English translation book and figure it out for herself, so she doesn't understand a word of the script, and she doesn't get a chance to find out what it means because Kevin comes up and calls her away to wardrobe. Her agent asks the Japanese guys what the script says. The Japanese business man, whom we'll call "Bob-san" because I'm too lazy to keep typing out his real name, tells the agent that it means, "Big Breasts loves Sabijiko beer." Bob-san goes on to tell the agent that Courtney is known as "Big Breasts" in Japan, and that she's very popular.