Janice tells a whole line of models, which includes Fargo, that they are not what the agency is looking for and so can go. Peter comes up and says, "We've gotta keep her, too," and points to Fargo. Janice says that Fargo can stay, but then immediately turns to Peter and says, "Why?" Peter says to trust him, but Janice wants to know his reasoning. Peter Pork just says, "We're in Southern California," which is code for, "I want to pork everybody, but I want to pork her even more." Janice says that she trusts nobody, but then adds, "Except you." Hmmmm. Peter says that he needs a really good bikini girl. Janice says with a scowl, as Fargo is walking right past her, "How do you know if you haven't seen her in a bathing suit yet?" Peter says that he can already tell, which is code for, "Her boobs are really big." Janice is vocally unpleased. She interviews that she is not being understood by Peter; he's not getting her creative vision or experience. All he sees are dollars and cents, and that's not working for Janice right now. She says that maybe she'll see eye-to-eye with Peter eventually, but it's not happening yet.
Peter says that Fargo is suitable for Coors Lite commercials, Maxim, FHM, and the like. Janice looks at him wide-eyed and says that she's now going to have to go and jump off the third story. Dude, I'm with Janice. And then, scariest thing ever. Janice interviews that Peter says that Fargo is ready for the cover of Maxim, and then adds that that's not the kind of model that she wants to represent. This is not scary in itself, but when Janice raises her hand to make finger quotes, her bony-ass crypt-keeper arm with attached talons make for some of the most horrifying television you've ever seen. Before she puts on her Dolce dress every morning, Miss Dickinson must hang her skin-suit on her bones to prepare for the day. Seriously, Sally Struthers is going to guest star soon and plead with us to send just pennies a day. That is fucking disturbing.
Fargo stands in a bathing suit. Peter oogles her. Janice yells that Coors Light and Maxim aren't French Vogue. And Fargo isn't French Vogue. And Janice, as you can imagine, wants French Vogue. Peter says that to make money, the agency needs Coors Light sometimes. Janice interviews that she was ready to give Fargo the boot, but then she looked over at Nathan and saw him drooling over her and figured there may be something to Fargo, after all, and maybe if Janice paid her she'd have sex with Nathan. Indeed, Nathan's mind is blown. Janice says that she caved for the first and last time. She yells at Fargo that she'd better know that she has an agent who is fighting for her. That agent is obviously not Janice. Janice says that she doesn't get it, but they'll see what happens. Peter asks Nathan who his favorite girl out of the thousand applicants is, and Nathan says, "Boobs." This is proof enough for Peter. Gabe, as the representative for all of us superior hags out in TV Land, points and yells in an exaggerated whisper, "That's fucking ugly! She's ugly!" Peter says that Gabe sees that, but, before he can finish, Janice comes and says that it's because Gabe is fashion. "We are fashion," she adds. Peter sighs.