Spurned by a failed double date with two blonde bimbos and comedian friend Jeff Ross, Pauly decides to get his love life in order. Pauly's current girlfriend, Carrie Ann (a former Miss Teen USA), is a carbon copy of every other girl he has ever dated: young and fun, but not a person you'd settle down with. A breakfast with Fred Durst and a session with his sex therapist confirm that it's time to grow up.
To add insult to injury, Mitzi asks Pauly to repair the Comedy Store limo. He entrusts the job to Marlon and Fat James...who take the limo to Tijuana.
To trace his relationship steps, Pauly talks with his ex-girlfriend Priscilla about his faults and shortcomings and ends the night at a couples' dinner party in the Valley with an old friend. It turns out to be a domesticated blind date with Trish. A creature of habit, Pauly bails when the night turns to "bored" games and breast feeding conversations and returns home to a Playboy playmate and a pimped out limousine.
Some things never change.