Vince does a photo shoot in case the interview that Sophia wrote gets the right attention from the Vanity Fair editors. Turtle flies in the owners of Don Pepe's and shows them the hard work he put into his business plans but it may be that they just wanna look at the stars of Hollywood. Eric faces Melinda after having slept together and gets confronted by a client of his, Johnny Galecki, who says that Sloan is upset about him repping Melinda and the possibility of them sleeping together. Ari tries to talk finances with his wife but an encounter with Bobby Flay at his house causes him to realize that all has changed. Drama's strike goes past the 24 hour mark and the studio seriously considers pulling the plug on Johnny's Bananas and even though he puts down the taunts of Billy and Phil Dice was right and the in the end the network decides to keep the show going after all. Vince, now knowing that he got the cover is upset when Sophia calls him a womanizer in the interview and after some harsh words and some soul searching he decides to reevaluate his relationships with woman and that he may not be that deep.