In the bathroom, he reluctantly signs a magazine cover featuring his Spectrum costar Jack Moore.
He receives a call about a Clint Eastwood Western film, but because he cannot audition in person, he must send a taped audition instead.
His use of the word "retard" insults the audience, and his attempt to apologize worsens the situation.
He distracts most of the crowd when Jack returns a phone call, but the disabled fans pursue him. Astin reports that an online video of Wray talking about the film cost him the role.
Bobbie enters a cosplay contest judged by Wray, Leslie Jordan (himself), and Sean Maher (himself).
Though she is initially upset that her sexy costume will not sway Leslie and Maher, who are both gay, Leslie is pretending and Maher believes she is male, interpreting Wray's attempt to correct him as Bobbie is transgender. Bobbie agrees to meet Leslie and Maher at the hotel bar: Leslie at six and Maher at seven.
Wray gives Astin fan-made bourbon balls, which induce diarrhea, as payback for encouraging Wray to use the word "retard".
Astin's use of the word "retard" in the sense of "to impede or hinder" encourages Wray to say it.
Tudyk, one of the stars of the 2002 science fiction TV show Firefly, based Con Man loosely upon his own experiences.
The series is co-produced by PJ Haarsma and by Nathan Fillion, who also co-stars in it.
Frustrated by Jack's success and his lack thereof, Wray travels the science fiction convention circuit, makes appearances at comic book stores, and visits pop culture events.
He navigates the odd people and incidents he encounters along the way while learning to love the fans he has.
Wray meets Ron Slackskin (Dileep Rao), who made an action figure of Wray as Cash Wayne that "slams" its fist down.