Adam's idea is to do a kids' show, but Lisa thinks they're not a kid-friendly group. She interviews that Arsenio has a tendency to over-accommodate, but she doesn't see it her place to override him in this task. But Arsenio steps up and says "I'm Baracking this motherfucker," which means he turns Adam's idea down. They agree on an ad with humorous overtones but with a serious message: AIDS is still here and still a problem. The concept has them all dressed in horrible '80s fashions and then saying that while those things are of the past, AIDS is not. They also plan to have Magic Johnson film some footage out in L.A. to be added to their video. Adam says he's got a crew out in L.A. who can do this for them. It's a plan!
Teresa and Adam go to a shop of grostesqueries to look for '80s costumes, and there's a charming interlude where Adam is scared of penis sculpture in this guy's office, because I know you were thrown off by his oafish demeanor, but Adam is so not gay. As a public service, however, he will keep reminding you of this. This is really becoming The Adam Show in a strange way. Maybe production feels bad for his exit or something, but seriously, even Teresa is kissing his ass. Meanwhile, Paul and Teresa are placed in charge of calling for donations. Arsenio admits he had fundraising nightmares in the past (the Leno check), but he's got Eddie Murphy, Chris Rock, Whoopi, Jerry Seinfeld and Alec Baldwin all lined up, it sounds like. "I thought you'd be friends with Oprah," asks the in-no-way-concerned-about-coming-across-as-a-racist Lisa Lampinelli. Speaking of, Lisa takes the reins of decorating the event space, while Teresa is put in charge of catering. Because of her cookbook, of course! You didn't know that Teresa Giudice is at the forefront of Jersey cuisine? I'm not sure anyone else could have picked a menu that had both a pork option AND a fish option.