Over at Net Worth, the music is already honking merrily, and we know that's never good. Kristen is claiming that she would be a great PM, because her boyfriend is a director, so she's on the set all the time. HA HA HA! Awesome. Nothing makes you an expert like standing around being the Yoko all riding the grill of some suckweasel's creative team. Net Worth affirms her as the PM, but Audrey expresses great skepticism, because she can't stand Kristen, and she doesn't see much reason to change this opinion now. Me neither. John comes up with an idea in which a marathon runner would first throw water on himself, and then wash with the Dove, and then throw on more water to rinse, and then keep running. The team seems happy about this idea. John describes his idea in an interview as one of their runners "taking a bath right there in the street." Just remember, that's how it all started.
Magna is in the process of casting women for Cucumber Dick, the Homosexual Commercial. It turns out that Alex, Erin, and Bren are going to keep working on this, while Michael, Kendra, and Stephanie are off to get props. Such as the most phallic cucumber they can possibly find, even if it has to be special-ordered in order to achieve the full effect of Cucumber Dick, the Homosexual Commercial. We watch as Erin explains about the casting of the "beautiful woman" who will be giving Cucumber Dick his hand job, and then the gay cook's hunky boyfriend. Erin lusts after the pictures of the actors. Ha ha, that was hilarious. Oh, Cucumber Dick, how you do make the world a merrier place. You're magical.
Net Worth is at its studio, where Kristen is dismissing John -- who came up with the concept for the ad -- and Craig, so that the two of them can go and work on music. Kristen interviews with a tight smile, "It is very easy for me to do everything myself." She brags in an interview about how stuff always goes better if she weeds out everyone else and does the whole thing herself. Boy, I hope the commercial is really awesome; otherwise, she's going to look like a total buffoon! Let's watch!
In the Van of Escaping Kristen's Evil Clutches, John and Craig are talking about how John hopes that Kristen is capable of capturing the joke John came up with in the ad. He stresses that it has to be executed exactly correctly, or it won't be funny. Well, all jokes are like that. And so are all executions, actually, since we were speaking of the guillotine so recently.