Martha relays some of Song's frequent flyers' comments: "'The athlete thing made no sense.' 'The acting was bad.' 'Hard to believe this was an actual commercial.' 'I felt like I was watching a bad sitcom with clowns.'" Martha tells them they missed the "high class, low fare" message from Song and didn't respond to the client's need. Charles tells Ryan he's not Woody Allen. "Marcela," he adds, "I spoke to the editor -- were you drinking as much as Ryan?" Marcela cops to downing one Corona. "Because I know you threw back quite a few," Charles tells Ryan, miming drinking. Ryan says he had four or five beers. Didn't he say he had seven? Martha demands to know why he was drinking at all. "Well, a couple of reasons -- the beer was free. It was in a stocked refrigerator," Ryan says. Alexis squints at him. Ryan goes on that they took this task easier than the others -- they wanted to have fun with it. Charles guesses that around the last beer is when Ryan had the bright idea to put in the "subliminable" message. Ryan said he wanted to be creative. "I don't know how creative that is," Alexis drawls. Martha rakes them over the coals, incites Ryan and Marcela to slightly attack each other, and tells Ryan that it would be a good idea for him to go to business school. Martha tells Ryan he started off strong but is ending badly. She then turns to Marcela and calls her record into question. She gets rid of both of them at that point, saying, "Neither of you really fit in." They shake and leave.
Martha thinks she made the right decision and is backed up by Charles and Alexis. Martha writes them letters: "Dear Marcela, You're probably a good Hispanic cook. I wouldn't know, but I'm thinking that's what I should say here. Maybe you can go on the Food Network -- they rarely have people of color there." She doesn't even sign the letter! "Dear Ryan, I don't really know why you even applied for this show, but go get a business degree from one of those online places and keep looking fairly good in tight clothing. You'll surely come out on top. Kisses, Martha."