Roz is injured at work, and Bulldog visits her. Roz is concerned that he will hit on her, but it turns out that he wants her to produce his radio show. After seeing Frasier's arrogant and condescending attitude towards her, claiming that "a cockatoo with a strong beak could do what you do," she accepts Bulldog's offer. Once she's ready to return to work, the show is a big success, with Roz's on-air banter. Bulldog even impresses the sports-hating Gil. Meanwhile, Frasier goes through a string of inept producers and shoddy shows, leaving Roz to ponder whether the cockatoo had asked for too much money. Increasingly, Frasier realizes that he has made a mistake in letting her go, and he may have misjudged Bulldog. He will not apologize to her, because, in his mind, it distorts reality when a Harvard graduate is wrong about something. Roz continues to shine, arranging an interview with Wayne Gretzky. Bulldog is so excited by this that he tries to hit on Roz, who is shocked when she returns to the room and finds him topless, holding a feather, with classical music on the stereo and candles lit. She ends their professional partnership, not to mention Bulldog's hope of a personal one. Unfortunately for her, however, Frasier, who has finally swallowed his pride and arrived at her apartment with the intent of apologizing, has witnessed the whole thing, and with exaggerated graciousness invites Roz to apologize.