"Well, now it looks like what it really is -- a set," says Kat. You see, she's observing Mike's and Jay's construction of the set for Jay's play...but she's also breaking down the fourth wall by acknowledging that their house is the "set" of a TV show. Or maybe I'm giving Kat just a little too much credit here. Then the gang gathers in the living room in order to help Jay arrange the posters on the wall of the "set," since the "set" is supposed to be the bedroom of a teenaged boy. He moves the Magic Johnson poster a little to the left and leaves the Blues Traveler poster where it is. Then Mike and Jay have a lovers' quarrel over the placement of a Pamela Anderson poster. Finally, Jay proclaims the set to be "beautiful." Did anyone else besides me feel a little surprised to realize that Pamela Anderson has been in the public consciousness since at least 1995?
"Feels like I got a job again...almost," Jay tells Jacinda in the kitchen. Jacinda tells Jay that his "whole demeanor's different" since he decided to stage the play in the house. Jay saunters off to teach Sharon how to do the lights. The lights are too complicated for Sharon. "I hope I don't lose my head because I'm so busy watching it," says Sharon. Jay responds that the thought of that happening "worries" him. Oh yeah, like Sharon could ever be too interested in a situation in which the spotlight was on someone else besides Sharon.