When Bobby G (Lee Arenberg) tries to pull the plug on Peter's (Jay Mohr) movie, Peter volunteers to put up his own money.
Peter's (Jay Mohr) leading lady refuses to do a nude scene on the set of "Beverly Hills Gun Club.".
On "Take Your Daughter to Work Day," Peter tries to impress Georgia with the power of his position at Dragon Films.
Peter and Wendy's relationship becomes more romantic and less mercenary.
A rumor spreads through Hollywood that Peter was rushed to the hospital with a frog lodged in one of his orifices.
Peter (Jay Mohr) has a brush with death; Titus (R. Lee Ermey) is found floating in a pool, leaving Peter without a director.
It's the first day of shooting on the film, and Peter (Jay Mohr) finds himself in serious physical danger.
While Scott Wolf wants to be in Peter's new action movie, Peter goes to great lengths to sign a star who is in rehab.
Peter (Jay Mohr) defends the violent content of his movies in a Senate hearing. With Illeana Douglas and Buddy Hackett.
Peter has a confrontation with former girlfriend Sandra Bullock, while his new leading man has a personal problem.
Peter turns to shady sources to finance his new picture; Wendy helps Adam work through writer's block.
After Peter (Jay Mohr) hires Wendy (Illeana Douglas) as a development executive at his company, he has a showdown with her pimp (Keith Diamond). Guest star: Salma Hayek.
Venomous filmmaker Peter Dragon connives his way through contemporary Hollywood with his chauffeur by his side.