Rand and Curt have a very complicated relationship; everyone recognizes that. But when their bickering spills into the office environment clients begin taking notice.
A client has convinced Rand to go on a liquid fast, but he’s not about to do it alone. He thinks his irritable staff could benefit from the cleanse, but one by one, they each start falling off the wagon.
Rand has always loved Curt’s mother and when she and her identical twin sister come to Los Angeles for an event he offers to give them a little freshening up. A boatland of Playboy Playmates arrive at Rand's office.
Rand's P.R. needs a bit of work, but when his staff offers to help, he finds their contributions lackluster. During the process, he sorts out their strengths and weaknesses. Who better to let them know than Mr. Fix It himself?
Rand spends a good part of his day attempting to freeze time for clients, but when it comes to managing his own time, that's a different story. He struggles to find balance between his social business and social hour.
A shopping network invites Rand and Curt to promote their skin care line with the condition that Rand is the face of the product. To overcome his camera shyness, Rand seeks some media coaching.
Rand announces he’s getting back into the dating scene, and while Curt isn’t too crazy about the idea, everyone else can’t wait to set him up. But are they really helping or are they just making it even harder?
It's that time of the year again and Rand is getting a year older. The office wants to throw Rand a surprise party. Raven from RuPaul's Drag Race pays a visit, determined to get bigger lips. Janice Dickinson gets the whole works
Curt thinks the office is having a little too much fun and institutes a comment box to get feedback about his staff. The staff doesn’t take him too seriously, until the feedback starts rolling in.
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