The (im)Clones discuss who should come back and, because this episode was SO BORING, it's cut to make it appear that Marcela's return would be more controversial than David's. Marcela pulls her suitcase back into the suite -- wouldn't you hate to be the one loser on this show who hadn't fadded up to a Travel Pro roller suitcase, and instead had to yank your gorilla-tested Samsonite hard-side by its strappy pull-tab? It doesn't really make for a graceful exit or entrance when you're smacking and kicking your luggage against the walls just to rebalance it on those stupid multiple-personality wheels. The reception is subdued. However, if you were as freakish as I was last week and noted that when Marcela entered the suite, you could clearly see someone sitting on the couch opposite the door clapping as she walked in, then you might yell at the silent injustice of it all, as I did. Marcela tells her team that she bears no ill will toward any of them for what went down in the conference room.
Carrie and Sarah, a.k.a. the Buzzkill Spinsters, put their heads together to plot Sarah's ascension as the team's project manager. Elderly Carrie pledges her love, blood, and loyalty to the embryonic Sarah, and Sarah takes her up on it. Carrie says something about the blondes controlling everything, which means a blonde should fit in here but I'm not conscious enough to bleach one in. During this exchange, Carrie tugs at her face as though she's trying to pop a zit.
Next morning, Julia calls to tell the (im)Clones that Martha is under house arrest and can't meet them in the city, so they have to meet with her associate Peter Arnell. The (im)Clones meet with Arnell, who, before they arrive, pulls a Trumped up scene by saying to two of his minions, "We'll make sure we get that done in the next couple of days, okay?" Peter Arnell and his "senior strategists" get Martha on the "phone" (we cut to a clip of Martha in the back of her Suburban, answering her phone and pretending to talk to them instead of it being a pre-recorded clip, but look at me with all the cynicism) and talk about the next task. Martha "tells" the (im)Clones that her "good friend" Peter Arnell is a brand inventor who is going to instruct the teams in their next task, which centers around a live-action, mobile billboard for Tide-to-Go's instant stain remover pen thing. After telling the (im)Clones about how important and inventive mobile billboards are, "Martha" tells them that Tide will be giving them an art director, illustrator, and crew to help them design, construct, and stage a live-action ad on the back of a twenty-four-foot truck. The team that creates the most "buzz" will "win." Sarcastic quotes are highly addictive.