Kendra interviews that she doesn't think Craig and Tana entirely understand how much time the process of producing and printing a brochure like this takes, and because of the experience she has, she knows it better than they do in this case. She goes back to see what Craig is doing, as she interviews that she knew the task would probably take all night. When she finds him, she asks him what he's doing, and he says that he's working on "structure," because they don't have any text to go with the pictures. She says she doesn't agree. Craig argues that they have no "concept" or "theme," but I think he's being too literal about that, as if they have to have some really literal "theme," like "This Is Not Your Father's Pontiac." Craig complains once Tana shows up that they've worked all day and have no -- you guessed it -- "concept" or "theme." Kendra interviews that she did have a concept, and she'd told him what it was, so it was frustrating that he apparently wasn't listening. Which I kind of believe, because it's his way, a little. I also suspect she didn't do a great job of explaining it. She says that at this point, she was beginning to feel "all alone in the process." Nothing like reality television to make you hate the word "process," that's for sure. Craig tells her that he refuses to work on the pictures anymore, basically. What a team player.
At Net Worth, Chris tells Bren that he's going to write all the text, and Bren says it will take all night to write. And then, in possibly my favorite part of the episode -- and maybe the season -- Chris goes to move his rolly-chair and dumps himself on his ass. Oh, guys falling down. That just never gets old, it really doesn't, especially in a season this grim. More slapstick, please! I would also accept girl-fighting and the throwing of pies. Alex and Bren appropriately laugh. Bren then asks whether the boys think the other team will "pull an all-nighter." He says "most assuredly not," and slams Craig and Tana for not even understanding the concept of all-nighters. Chris predicts that Craig will be "passed out at, like, 2:30."
At 2:30, Craig is looking very sleepy. Tana is telling Craig that the two of them both know they can't stay up all night. She says her throat hurts. Aw, her throat! She interviews that Kendra says the task will take all night, and she'll just "drink four more cups of coffee." "Well, guess what?" Tana rhetorically interviews. "I don't drink coffee." She says, "My comfort level is, I like to get my ass in bed around one. Her comfort level is probably she wants us to stay till 6:00 AM. So I have no problem saying, 'Honey, I know I did a damn good job. I'm exempt. My ass isn't going anywhere. So good night, God bless." And...she sucks. It's hard to even convey how condescending and superior Tana acts during this interview, except to stress the fundamentally asshole quality conveyed in her statement about how she doesn't care about the task because she's exempt. You're supposed to want to win because you care about winning, and when people bail simply because they won't be fired themselves, it's exactly like throwing the task and sandbagging the PM -- it's a fundamentally pussy maneuver, and you ought to be embarrassed by it. You're telling me you can't stay up past 1:00 if your job requires it? You're telling me you expect to remain in your "comfort level" at all times, even when you're on deadline? Well, dear, get yourself a nice 9:00 to 5:00 office job, because for most people with very much responsibility, life isn't always like that. "Comfort level." Pfft.