After his failure re-making Black Godfather, Pauly hires a new manager, Marki Costello, to see if she can spark his career as a serious actor. Per Marki's suggestion, Pauly meets with an acting coach who charges Pauly with two tasks: work with a partner on a dramatic scene and update his tired look.
Just like Pauly, the Comedy Store needs a face lift, too, starting with its bathrooms and booths. Apparently, remodeling the front bar wasn't enough. In The Comedy Store tradition, renovations start with the regular comics re-painting the chairs as Pauly enjoys a day of shopping, manicure and pedicure, massage...and even an enema.
In this episode, we're also introduced to Morris Schimmel, a traveling fire extinguisher salesman who enamors himself enough to Pauly to become yet another character in his life. Not only does he update the fire prevention system of The Store, but he gives Pauly and his scene partner advice on love and life during a rehearsal.
Pauly's scene is a hit, but he doesn't have time to soak in his success as duty calls yet again at The Comedy Store.