So, coming up after the commercial break, News Night (2.0) will bring us a beauty queen, a Ph.D. who thinks immigrants shouldn't be allowed in this country if they test positive for "gayness," and a guy who refuses to go on the air without his rifle (named Jenny) firmly in hand. MacKenzie scolds Jim for covering for Maggie because he has a crush on her. MacKenzie thinks Jim has a crush on everyone. Jim says he does not have a crush on Maggie, but if he did it would be because MacKenzie told him to. They have conversations like this and then wonder why their news show is so terrible.
Anyway, it's time for News Night to get awesome while at the same time not do much to inform the public at all. Professor Weirdo, who sits in his dark office with the blinds shut, says the new law is "absolutely" and rightly targeting certain nationalities and ethnicities unfairly. Specifically, Mexicans. Prof. Weirdo says we wouldn't have to do this if they didn't exist. Will quickly goes to Gwen, another popular name in the '50s, to ask her about state's rights to create foreign policy laws. But Gwen is a blonde female college student and therefore stupid, and thus doesn't say much, forcing Will to make all possible pro-immigration law arguments for her. So now he kind of looks like he's on the side of the law. In the control room, MacKenzie finally realizes that this segment should never have gone to air and tells Will to dump out of it. He pointedly ignores her and talks to the third guy, Ross, who doesn't have much to say besides "Yes, sir" and suggest that we build a giant wall to keep the immigrants out. Ross and Will fight over how high a wall has to be before there are no ladders high enough to climb over it, and then Gwen asks if she can "jump in." "She cannot jump in!" MacKenzie says. "Jump on in, Gwen!" Will says. She does, with her best impersonation of that stupid Miss Teen South Carolina from 2007, saying that beauty pageant contestants should be able to express their opinions without losing out on the coveted first runner-up place. Will gives up and goes to a commercial, promising news about the exciting oil spill when the show returns.