During an appearance on his show, actress Mimi Rogers claims that she would like to see Larry do a nude scene in a film. While pursuing the idea further, Larry flirts with Mimi and asks her to come back again the next night. Although hesitant about making such an unusual offer, Larry is calmed by Arthur and assured that having her back is a fine idea. Meanwhile, having run out of time for Seinfeld's Michael Richards, Larry is saved when Arthur intervenes to prevent an uncomfortable confrontation with the disgruntled would-be guest. While watching the show at home with Jeannie, Larry tries changing the channel to avoid her seeing him with Mimi. However, intrigued by her husband's on-camera behavior, Jeannie bluntly asks if he had sex with his lovely guest. Meanwhile, after rescheduling the next day's show, Larry summons Arthur to discuss their flirting, worried that it is drawing him into an affair with Mimi. As a result, Beverly instructs her not to flirt with Larry that night, causing Mimi to ask him if something is wrong. Though Larry nervously backpedals and says that their playful banter was fine, Mimi claims to be attracted to him, insisting that her behavior was sincere. After Larry refuses the offer of his announcer's Malibu home to seduce her, Hank calls on Mimi in her dressing room and tries to tempt the disinterested actress himself. Meanwhile, looking for her husband, Jeannie is directed to Mimi's dressing room, though Larry is actually in Arthur's office nervously burning the phone number Mimi gave him. Returning home to watch the show, Larry claims that, while he had the chance to have an affair with Mimi Rogers, he refused, and asks Jeannie to applaud his self-control.