At Athena, Melissa and Jesse stare at computers and ignore each other. Jesse blanks. Oh no. He's one of the few people I actually like on this show. Crap. Joe comes in and wants to know who would eat gluten-free pasta. Lots of people, actually. They have a food specialist on hand to make sure they stick with their guidelines. Annie's very fast... because she has four kids. She starts bragging about her knife skills. Then she claims she's the total woman because, and I quote, "I can cook, I raise my children, I work hard and I give a good blow job." Classy. Her husband is a lucky man.
KOTU can't use the yogurt they bought, because they can't freeze it and then thaw it like they wanted. Herschel hurts my head with some logic about how it isn't really freezing or whatever. He does say he's in the food business. Clint apparently argues too much, but he's going to shut up and let Herschel hang himself.
Clint decides to help cook. Herschel says it's too salty, based on the sauce. Joan wants to add orange flavor to it to make it better. Over at Athena, Jesse and Melissa come in for taste test. The meatloaf is OK, but the chili is excellent. Then Jesse starts farting. The girls think the pasta and meatballs are more original. Jesse says he's succumbing to peer pressure, but at least no one is yelling today.
KOTU talks marketing. Clint wants one of their customer service reps at his bus, so they can do celebrity endorsement. Herschel says nothing. At Athena, Melissa is laying on the ground brainstorming turkey names for their food. Jesse says that he's got the presentation covered and the marketing part, but no one else knows what is going on. The girls feel left out, and he lets them go home while he pulls an all-nighter.