As Wendy escapes Matt's den of writer's block and self-pity, Chrissie Hynde's voice begins to ring out, The Pretenders' "2000 Miles" on the soundtrack. It doesn't make up for all sins perpetrated by this episode, but it makes up for a few of them. And it's to the montage we go! Jack Rudolph and Tom Jeter have a laugh over a couple of cigars and some whiskey. Darius and Simon team up to write the best black militant fruit sketch they can. Jordan and Danny continue to eat each other's faces. Cal supervises as an ax is taken to the stage floor. Matt and Harriet separately look sad, sad, sad. The destruction of the stage floor is juxtaposed with Matt and Harriet, so we connect the dots that the stage of Matt and Harriet's relationship has been similarly torn asunder. Matt stares at the stage being torn up and looks like he's about to cry. Aw. Barf.