Marilyn gets offered the co-starring role in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, even though she'll make only like a tenth of what Jane Russell is making for the same movie. She tells her agent, "And I'm the blonde? I'm hanging up now." Mr. R explains from The Beyond that he bought the role of Lorelei Lee especially for Marilyn, because she's the studio's highest-grossing actress, though he still thinks she's a tramp. Gentlemen prefer their virgin-whore complexes or something. Marilyn visits Nutty Mother in the hospital and confesses that she has only eighteen dollars to her name and she's not sure about having the baby. "I don't know if I can trust Cass, or Eddie G. They're like children…expensive children." Then Marilyn is told that her mother is schizophrenic and that it can be, uh, kind of hereditary.
Meanwhile, Joe DiMaggio comes to town and unfolds a newspaper picture of Marilyn and tells one of his flunkies, "I wanna date her." The flunky shakes his head and tells him, "This broad's a tramp. She don't wear no underwear. She pals around with Jews and lives with two junkies. She's serviced every guy in town." DiMaggio looks at him as if to say, "And your point is…?"
Back at Bizarre Love Triangle Bungalow, Cass is drinking, which is not a good sign; Eddie G is dancing around in a kimono, which is an even worse sign, and the two of them keep saying creepy things about getting their life insurance policies together. Marilyn freaks out: "All you do is sit around all day, drinking, and I don't know what to do!" "You're not fun anymore, Norma," says Cass. Marilyn runs out of the room. The Dynamic Duo smile slyly at each other over their glasses of wine. Sometimes gentlemen prefer…well, you know.
The next day or something, she calls up Mr. R crying that she can't trust the Destructive Duo and she doesn't know what to do, so Mr. R gets his assistant to arrange for Marilyn to have an abortion. But when Marilyn gets into the car they’ve sent for her, she keeps saying she's changed her mind. She freaks out on the operating table. "You don't understand…this is a mistake," she keeps saying as the doctors give her anesthesia. The diabolical lullaby music starts tinkling again as Marilyn imagines herself escaping from the operating table and running down a long hallway following the sound of a baby crying. She opens a door into the apartment where Nutty Mother used to live, and she turns and sees a dresser, and gee do you suppose there's a baby in there or something? Except she can't get the drawer open, and she pulls frantically until finally it opens and indeed there is a baby inside -- a stunt baby, I guess, though not a very good one because it's still moving its arms. Although I suppose it could be an undead baby. Marilyn seems to think so, because she screams and screams until she wakes up on the operating table.