Cut to Nathan, who interviews that his mom is not afraid to say what she wants, but she's often not as diplomatic as he would like her to be. Oh, Li'l Nate! Understatement is especially cute when it's wrapped in a bow of lisp. Janice says to Nathan that the triplet dissed her. Nathan starts to say that Janice was being...something...but before he can finish Janice asks whether Nathan is going to take everybody else's side again. Oh, man. Nathan, who appears to be really, really used to this, tells Janice that she went on the offensive before the triplets could say anything else. Janice makes a comment about Nate always talking back to her, and Nate notes that she doesn't fire him. Janice says that she won't fire him because he's her kid, and he's going to inherit everything anyway. Nathan gives a look that suggests he's also going to inherit a lot of therapy bills.
Meanwhile, even though we thought this particular bit was over and were happy about it, we cut to the triplets who are sitting in the hallway crying. Well, at least the one triplet is crying. She says that her feelings are so hurt. Oh, buck up, fatty. Nathan comes out and says that he's sorry and feels really terrible. Another triplet tells him not to worry about it, and that they're glad that at least he came out to talk to them. Nathan apologetically says that he still has to work for Janice, but he's doing what he can. One of the triplets interviews that he came out because he's embarrassed by his mother. Now she knows how that little dog must feel. Also: shut up, triplet.
Meanwhile, Janice yells to her lackeys to bring her some models that she can earn revenue from. She wants to see them in groups of threes. We briefly see Charles Bracca, photographer. Janice says that she still hasn't heard from Peter Pork, but had no choice to hold the casting call without him. Janice greets the first group of models and explains to us that anyone could show up at the open call, but this invite-only casting call is populated by those who she or her casting people or recruiters have met personally. We first meet model T.J. Bates, twenty-five-yers-old, who says that he was approached a few years ago by Janice in Park City, Utah where he helped her buy some clothes. Janice shakes his hand and reminds T.J. that she told him he has what it takes. Janice voices over that she's constantly looking for models everywhere she goes -- the deli, the supermarket, the street corner, the crack house, the windmills of her mind (in which she often approaches the most beautiful woman she's ever seen and says, "What's your name? Janice! Well, Janice, I think you'd make the best supermodel of all time!"). Everywhere.