Athena's checking in their second guests, a couple from Australia. Joan makes small talk about how she's played there many times, and then Annie leads them to their rooms. KOTU's second guests show up, too, and they'd like reservations at the Waverly Inn and would like to see In the Heights. Jesse tells Brian that the Waverly Inn is like a year backed up for reservations. Athena gets another guest, as Loews CEO Jon shows up, and tells the guest not to mind him; he's just here to supervise Joan. This guy just wants dinner in the room, for five people, and a bottle of champagne. Annie leads him away. KOTU's next guests show up, too. They'd also like to see In the Heights. Then the next one wants dinner plans, and stage tickets to Equus. Brian interviews how difficult these requests are. Clint asks what Equus is and Brian and Jesse tell him it's about a man who has sex with a horse. Clint is dumbfounded, and all the guys laugh (don't worry, though; the guest is gone).
Athena's checking in another group of guests, with a small foofy dog named Bouvier. I hate them already. In comes Stephen Baldwin, who's acting like some great big celebrity. Joan tells them they've been saving their best room for him, their luxury suite. Joan explains that when a celebrity arrives, you have to really treat them like a celebrity. So they offer him a cabaret show in the lobby (hopefully they're not the performers). He wants his own table. Then Vinny Pastore comes to the KOTU side, and teases Dennis about how bad things are if he's working here. Dennis interviews that he was like, "Uh-oh," when Vinny came in. Dennis knew he would be a jerk. Vinny wants a reservation at Rao's and a box of cannolis from Ferrara's. He also needs a car to take him to work at Sirius. And he'd like a Roy Orbison CD in his room. Even Joan, at the next table, wants him to shut up. Dennis interviews about how loud, obnoxious, and demanding Vinny was. Obviously, he was put up to it, but why wasn't Stephen like this? He tells Clint he'd like a cowboy hat. Then Dennis interviews, wondering if Vinny would also like him to watch him take a shit, and clean his ass up while wearing a facemask. Because, okay, whatever, he'll do that, too. Hee. KOTU gets a call from a guest, who would like a bottle of Acacia chardonnay sent up.
Annie lets Stephen into his room, and he ominously tells her he'll speak with her soon. He immediately goes to the window and tells the camera he's not sure he likes his view, which isn't Park Avenue. It's "crappy 61st Street, with a hot dog vendor." He calls Joan to complain. He would like her to come and look at the view and tell him if he should stay here. She bullshits that she knows his view, which is a New York City view. She says it's not about Park Avenue, but about privacy, with the annoyance and noise of Park Avenue. He's jotting it down in his room, and sort of smirking like she's crazy. He tells her he might change his mind, but he guesses he'll stay put for now. He gets off the phone, and tells the camera he doesn't like his view. One of the KOTU guests finds a card that says to enjoy these amenities with their compliments, and he's all, "What amenities?" Then another guy calls Brian and asks how they're coming with those reservations. He says he has his guy working on it and will have an answer in fifteen minutes. They've now been waiting a half-hour for wine, and they start complaining about that.