This issue contains "Strange Bedfellows," a series of vignettes that frame two other stories. In the first vignette Mavis is at Toby's apartment and they gossip about Dawn DeVine & Jeff Byrd and Alanna Wolff & Chase Hawkins. In the second, Jeff brings an inebriated Dawn back to her apartment after a party; they talk about Dawn's suing "The Tell-All-Gram" tabloid for running photos of her when she was fat. In the third vignette Alanna and Chase are in his bedroom but they are each on the phone to clients. In "I Married a Sniveling Blob of Jelly," Page Welch literally turns her husband, gelatin mogul Robertson Welch, into a blob of jelly with her incessant nagging. In "The Man Who Had His Own Personal Laugh Track," standup comedian Morty Fishburn mocks a dying gypsy, who curses him with "the gift of laughter" as she takes her last breath. Bedeviled by laughing voices whenever he opens his mouth, Morty wants W&B's client, the gypsy Marco Bagoochi, to remove the curse.