Whether on purpose or not, Raj comes nowhere particularly near returning any of Anna Kournikova's five serves. Moreover, he spends the entire time making a lame series of anti-Democrat jokes that go all the way back to Clinton, because apparently Raj didn't have any Kerry jokes handy at the time that this was filmed. Believe me, Raj, your Clinton "spin" jokes are not that funny. At any rate, because Raj misses all five serves, he has to do a dare, and the rest of the team gets together with Anna to decide that he should have to run around the stadium in his underwear once. My favorite part is that as he runs around up in the seats, the team decides to start whizzing tennis balls at him. So before you know it, there's Raj, running around having tennis balls popped in his direction by John McEnroe and Anna Kournikova. It's pretty funny, but you'd think if they were going to subject someone to physical punishment, they could've picked someone a little more deserving. Like, for instance, any of the women.
You will be shocked to hear that, back at the suite, all of the Apex women are sitting around having a divinely catty meeting to decide on whom they're going to gang up. Stacy is telling the rest of the women that Pamela was insisting that she be "shady legal," apparently by wanting Stacy to try to get the Formula 409 bottle approved or something. As we know, feigned moral outrage is Stacy's MO, for the most part. She's always up in arms about something. What I find hilarious is that Stacy now conducts an interview which she says that the reason Pamela should be fired is that "she doesn't listen to others." As opposed to Stacy, the cooperative, helpful, always-does-what-other-people-need soul that she is. She also calls Pamela "irreverent," of which, unless Stacy is running a church, I don't really see the relevance. Continuing down the road of employing language generally reserved for unfunny, jealous, bitter, used-up college professors, Stacy calls Pamela "flippant." I can't remember the last time I heard someone even remotely my age or younger use the word "flippant." Shut up, Stacy.