Pearce gets carried away after he does a few spots for Conan O'Brien. Raji, meanwhile, is looking for a raise after his performance appraisal, but is distraught by the results.
Freundlich has been approached by a worker from a huge firm that deals with missile production for the US defense department. Trouble is, the allegations have caused a huge uproar and people are demanding to know the source of the information; but Al is stalwart in his insistence on secrecy.
There's an observer around the office, and she turns out to be more than just an admirer of Al's. Raji is made the Minister of Television by an African dictator's son (for their little African nation).
Al and Raji go undercover to illegally buy a gun. Also, Vic has Gale watch his daughter; and during that time she informs Gale that Vic loves her.
When Pearce unexpectedly has two lovers visit him at one time at work, it's up to Raji to take some of the pressure off. Trouble is, he ends up sleeping with her, and to make things worse, it's amazing! Soon gossip is all over the office, yet Vic is determined not to let it reach Pearce.
Vic has a problem: he has a date for the first time in his life, due to his early marriage, so he's more than a little unsure of himself. Because of this date, Gale has a chance to executive produce the show, but it turns out to be more difficult than she had anticipated.
A behind the scenes documentary on one of the biggest Hollywood blockbuster films that had never been made: The Seventh Plague. The reason behind the downfall? Al Freundlich!
The hottest guest in town is Grant Kendall, leader of the largest grass-roots organization in America, The Moral Coalition, a right-wing Christian conservative party. Unable to book him through regular channels, Gale personally goes to meet and book him, only she finds him very different than she had expected.
When Mona starts dating Pearce's investment adviser, Pearce gets bent out of shape. Also, Al's daughter, Jessica, got low marks on her SATs; so he enlists the help of G. Gordon Liddy to rectify the situation.
There's a new guy in town, Ken Pruitt, and he's got his eye on the anchor chair. He's got everything, looks, charm, and great journalistic abilities. All he needs now is to crack his first big story.
After writing a speech for Pearce, Gale is allowed to stay at his horse farm; only while there she kills his favourite horse, Paycheck. Al is undergoing testing and it turns out the viewers dislike his appearance.
LateLine wants one of the hottest people in town to be on the show: a big time negotiator, Connie Davis. Trouble is, he's not so inclined to do the show; so Vic asks Briana to go on a date with him in the hopes of booking him.
When Vic hires 'Euro-bimbo' Ulli as a favour for Pearce, the rest of the office can immediately see the reason: Pearce's libido. Meanwhile, Al is all broken up because the bread roll he has each morning has stopped being carried at his local bakery, and it's up to Raji to find it elsewhere!