The teams set out the next morning. Team 2 (William, Cologne, and Danielle) find a bridal shop and sit down with the owner for an interview. He explains that his store is a one-stop-shop for every element of the wedding experience. William thinks his team has done well to find this place. William, also, it seems has morphed from SLC Punk to Clark Kent overnight. It's quite startling.
Elsewhere, Megan's team capitalizes on Johanna's knowledge of Chinese... to learn about green tea. The best part is that Johanna speaks to the shop owner in Chinese, and he answers in English, so she's obviously not as fantastic at the language as she thinks. As Johanna chats with the guy, Jason tries to remind his teammates that to focus on visuals and lifestyle items, but Dyshaun shushes him. He shushes him! Jason rightly TH's that he's nervous since his team completely shut him out of the process.
Team KAD embraces the avant garde by staking out at... a bubble tea shop. Real cutting edge, ladies. Devin attempts to conduct an interview despite constant interruptions from Kate. Yet more confusion about the challenge surfaces. Is it a sidebar? Is it a featurette? Is there even a difference? Unfortunately, Ashlie and Devin forgot their bag of lollies, and Kate manages to find this week's means of throw her teammates under the bus. She stands behind the counter and announces that she doesn't support this shop as a full-blown featurette. She does this while standing next to the person they're interviewing, by the way. Devin TH's that she is tired of Kate's immaturity and wants to drop-kick her in the face. Sweet. Kate continues to pooh-pooh the bubble tea idea and says they should leave. Kate might fit in better on The Apprentice. They need no specific expertise and primarily try to shirk blame and set up others for failure. It's right up her alley.
Meanwhile, Team 2 continues their education in Chinese weddings. CK1 admits thinks their risk will pay off. Elsewhere, Megan's team learning yet more about Chinese teas and herbs, one of which is for constipation. And if that doesn't scream ELLE, then I don't know what does. Dyshaun snipes that Jason took his task of taking pictures too literally and only took pictures. The nerve! Jason justifies that, without pictures, they would have nothing. Technically they'd have a really big, glossy book. Semantics... The team thanks the herb guy and leaves.