After being told to take more risks, Tori goes to a dangerous underground club called the Gorilla Club which includes doing potentially life-threatening activities. Meanwhile, Andre and Robbie are forced to dance like "M.C. Hammer" in front of Jade after losing to her in poker.
Andre has a girlfriend who everybody notices is way too bossy, and Tori finds he's only dating her to impress her father, a famous record producer. Can Tori back him up at a concert for her birthday to boost his career plans, and help him survive a night with this girl? Elsewhere, Cat is hired to dog-sit for her mother's boss. Desperate for company after her break-up with Beck, Jade decides to join her.
Cat learns online that one of her favorite actresses, Mona Patterson, died. She convinces Tori and Jade to drive her to Mona's house so she can light a candle and leave a picture. This leads to a two-hour drive to San Diego with unusual results. Meanwhile, Trina uses lies of Beck asking her out to gain the attention of many guys. However, she becomes confused when Beck starts to fall for her.
Tori and Jade portray a married couple from the 1970s, a task that challenges their acting skills and their friendship, especially since Tori plays the husband. Meanwhile, Cat and Robbie embark on a business venture in which they tell people negative news in an upbeat manner.
While working on a student film directed by Beck called "The Blonde Squad," Tori decides that she, Cat, and Jade should live as blondes in real life, at least for a day. This proves to be specifically helpful for Cat, who meets a cute boy at a restaurant. But when she neglects to tell him she's not a real blonde, she begins to worry about whether or not he'll stay with her.