Jenna decides to add a video feature to her blog, and encourages people to submit questions, but it doesn’t go as well as she thought it would. She starts getting some really crazy and off topic questions that make her question her decision to add the new feature.
Kelly lands a new PR account at work. It’s an athlete that her roomie Tera had sex with, of course. However, she’s on the hook to show and prove. They meet up later on and bond over their love of video games and she even flexes her gaming skills by beating him a few times.
Later on in the episode, she discovers that said athlete decided to drop her company as a client, and she and her boss realize that he actually walked because she beat him in that video game. His ego is obviously out of control, but so is hers (but for a better reason). She is determined to land him back as a client and confronts him to explain why she’d be the best woman for the job. It works and she wins him back, proving that she was the right person for the job.
Tera calls Lisa Wu, who is playing herself here, and tells her that she has a venture she wants to run by her. They schedule a brunch to talk it out. The idea, in a nutshell, is a reality show about Tera. She starts recording herself with her phone…and subsequently, acting even more of a fool than usually. Lisa later looks at the footage and convinces her that if she wants to be taken seriously as an actress then she probably shouldn’t be so focused on acting like a lunatic on a reality show.
In the end, Jenna decides she wants to keep her video vlogging going, but does another video making it clear that her vlog is strictly about a lifestyle without sex, nothing more, nothing less. However, that only causes some random pervert to start inundating her with d–k picks. Based on Jenna’s reaction, it was probably impressive.