Gary takes Bryan to a shooting range to help alleviate Bryan's anxiety about filming an upcoming kissing scene. Makes sense, right?
Tina, the executive producer of Thr33 Days Dead, makes a zombie baby prop by smashing up a doll with a hammer.
Bryan only enhances his reputation as a diva by having his wife, Bennett, give him a facial. Mrs. Bryan is not cool with her husband's upcoming kissing scene in the movie.
Terry, the gay FX expert, and Laura, Tina's assistant, make out to show Bryan that kissing scenes are no big deal. This only increases Bryan's anxiety.
Tina and Laura place a plaster cast of a pregnant belly on Catie. An undead baby will burst out of the cast in the kissing scene. In theory.
After all the build-up to Bryan and Catie's kissing scene, the actual on-screen kiss lasts no more than a second.
Meanwhile, Gary and trouble-prone man-child Ben Farley volunteer at Jasper's cable access channel in hopes of getting to use the studio for the Thr33 Days Dead shoot. Ben Farley screws up that plan by walking onto a live set for a show called Coffee Time, asking the host and guest if it's indeed time for coffee.
The crew can't get the zombie baby to emerge from Catie's prosthetic belly in a realistic way. Tina compares their prop problems to Spielberg's faulty shark on the set of Jaws.
Fake blood made from laundry detergent splatters in Bryan's eyes. He freaks out and blames the mishap on Terry, whom Bryan thinks is out to get him.