Sam starts organizing the display, but a box marked "FRAGILE 666" catches his eye. He opens it up...to find a bottle of bubbles. He suddenly hears WiseGuy instruct him to "Say cheese," and is transported to a high fashion photo shoot. WiseGuy asks whether Sam is a Breast Man or an Ass Man. Sam declines to say. WiseGuy says he's an Ass Man, adding, "Look at this sea of fish. Who wouldn't want to play the field?" Real subtle there, WiseAss.
Sam asks what's up. WiseGuy leads him to a makeup chair and spins it around to reveal a model with half her face destroyed by acid burns. Sam presumes this is the work of this week's soul. WiseGuy tells him that this model beat a woman named Nicole Manders for a beauty campaign. WiseGuy walks off, and Sam hears a shriek.
The shriek comes to nothing, though, because we regroup at the apartment, where The Stooges flee the building, hoping to avoid The Gays. They fail, as always, and hightail it to the parking lot and peel out. Still, they find themselves in an automobile standoff. Ever the brave ones, Ben and JBL slump down to the floorboard, leaving Sam to yield to The Gays.
At The Bench, The Stooges research Nicole "Nikki" Manders. Two years ago, she pled guilty to attacking her younger sister with acid, then died after being knifed in prison. They also learn she once worked for Seattle Style. Ben and Sam don't know what that is, but JBL -- who is wont to read fashion magazines on the can -- tells them it's Seattle's hippest publication.
The Stooges head over to the magazine's office and find the token straight guy, who looks like he could be JBL's younger brother. They show him Nikki's picture, and he tells them she once got in a fight with a woman named Angela, who's still alive, and goes to Crush lounge every Ladies' Night.