Peter, eager to work in an environment where his media skills can be put to good use, tries to submit a video application to a local newspaper. His grandma has other, more immediate, ideas about his future employment.
After Peter's grandmother orders him to learn to drive, Judy offers to give him driving lessons. But Judy quickly loses control of the situation when she doesn't compliment Peter's driving skills enough.
Peter, desperate to get job before his Grandma makes him work at a hardware store, takes his employment campaign to a local newspaper where he confronts a disgruntled HR manager about his video submission. The HR manager has a thing or two to say about Peter's guerrilla interview tactics, but Peter, like always, doesn't take the advice to heart.
Peter is desperate to find a job that makes the best use of his media skills, so he broadens his job search to include professional resume help from an online consultant. The only problem is that Grandma has confiscated all his credit cards.
Peter tries to make the best of his first day of work at the hardware store, but his boss's sour attitude proves a challenging obstacle. Nevertheless, Peter entertains himself with an impromptu short film and manages to brush up on his evasion tactics. All in a day's work.
Peter's in a pinch when he needs a ride home from his first day of work, but luckily Judy comes to the rescue. Judy and Peter catch up over milkshakes on Judy's last night in Greenville before moving to Pennsylvania.