Comments about Skyler being a "groupie" come back to haunt Gavin when he proves to be one himself.
Meanwhile, Skyler tries to get Katrina in to see her favorite band and Harold tries to make amends for telling Stuart he has no chance of ever being with Skyler.
Some titles seen include State of Fear, Don Quixote, The Known World, and Anansi Boys.
Skyler tells everyone in the bookstore that she loves them, but not Gavin.
Harold thinks it's because she's infected with a life-threatening illness, while Katrina thinks she just wants money. Skyler reunites with an old friend, Eve (Jenny Mc Carthy), who she hasn't seen in a very long time.
Wanting a major life change, she wanders into Stacked Books, a small, family-run bookstore owned by Gavin Miller (Elon Gold) and his brother, Stuart (Brian Scolaro).
Divorced and unlucky in love himself, Gavin's inclined to regard Skyler as an embodiment of the vacuous, image-obsessed culture he has come to abhor.
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Stacked was hailed as the opposite of Cheers, instead of a smart person in a "dumb" place, it is based on the concept of a dumb person in a "smart" place.
A workplace ensemble comedy, Stacked revolves around Skyler Dayton (Pamela Anderson) who is tired of her non-stop partying lifestyle and bad choices in boyfriends.
After falling asleep on the job, Skyler is replaced by Brent, a true know-it-all, but she returns after deciding that he made a mistake in firing her.
Convinced by Stuart to give her another chance, Gavin allows both Skyler and Brent to work for a day, and afterwards, one must go.
Rounding out the characters is the store's one steady customer, Harold March (Christopher Lloyd), a preeminent, but retired, rocket scientist.