With Paul spending his nights filming a milkman for his latest film and Jamie committed to endless meetings, the Buchmans are finding it harder than ever to spend time together. However, Jamie is in for a real shock when she discovers that a new client has teamed her and Fran with ex-boyfriend and artist Alan Tofsky. Despite a warning from Fran, Jamie insists that working with Alan won't pose any problems. Yet their behavior suggests otherwise, and it isn't long before they're disagreeing about everything, including their new client's ad campaign. On top of having his schedule upended by the milkman's nighttime deliveries, Paul must also deal with Jamie's dilemma. Though a sleep-deprived Paul claims he trusts Jamie's judgment, Lisa and Fran agree that working with Alan is a prescription for disaster -- especially after seeing how the ad campaign for Ralphy's Restaurant is, or isn't, shaping up. But it's when Ira realizes that Alan is also the newly famous comic book artist everyone is talking about that Jamie's situation takes a turn for the worse. And despite an effort by Ira and Lisa to keep her from learning the truth, Jamie discovers that she's a dead ringer for the evil villain in his new comic book. While Jamie insists she's fine, Paul and Fran do what they can to prepare for the impending crisis. Yet, when she is increasingly recognized on the street as the evil Queen Talon, Jamie finally snaps and heads for the comic book store where Alan is signing autographs. Letting her anger boil over, she points out for the benefit of his assembled fans how many of the queen's evil deeds which were based on events from their relationship. Finally, upon returning home without the pizza she was sent to get, Jamie is comforted by Paul as she imagines Queen Talon getting revenge against Alan.