The plot features an unconvincing and unfunny story where Dan is offended that no one trusts him. He is given the chance to prove himself trustworthy when Roz asks him to keep some of her personal effects in his safe deposit box. Will Dan resist the urge to peek into the wrapped box Roz has asked him to keep for her? Even if you fail to see the highly predictable ending, chances are you won't care whether he does or not. The second plot story is about Mac needing extra money in order to buy the dream house Quon Le desires. Fortuitously, a man (Phil Proctor, formerly of Firesign Theatre, in an unfunny guest performance) offers Mac the chance to earn the extra money by posing for underwear ads. Will he go through with it? Will he be able to do it without telling Quon Le? Again, you likely won't find yourself caring what he decides to do.
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