At the warehouse, Bren hears from Alex that the rest of the team is at Kinko's working on the logo and whatnot. Bren suggests that that half of the team be asked to provide dinner. Alex says he thinks that won't take long. Bren speaks with Michael on the Space Communicator and asks him to bring dinner out to them, for the team as well as the three techs who are working on the trailer. Michael indignantly complains in an interview that Bren expected them to deliver food. The nerve! Michael and Stephanie -- hard to tell whether Erin is involved -- bitch to each other about being sent to Queens with dinner. Queens! And...come on, idiots. It's Queens, not Detroit. And yes, somebody has to bring dinner. People have to eat. It happens. Is it really that much less dignified than going to fucking Kinko's anyway? Does overseeing the production of flyers really make anyone feel like a titan of industry? These people need to buy some cheeseburgers and shut up.
At Net Worth, Angie is still talking to casting agents, and hasn't lined up anyone yet, and she's leaving a message. John explains that after Angie bombed for about three and a half hours, he and Chris coached Tara (blech, I hate "coaching") through a call to a different agent. This particular lady asks them what they're paying, because normally on a work day, she would be...you know, working. They ask her what it would take to get her there, and she says $500. So they offer her $1000. I'm not sure that's all that savvy a maneuver, but I think they were very anxious to get the whole thing wrapped up. As soon as Tara says $1000, the woman's like, "I'm there." Heh. Because...I mean, it's one day. They get off the phone. John congratulates himself on helping Tara get the casting agent. Tana explains that this particular agent has worked with Sex and the City, and is casting a movie with, as Tana says, "Uma Thurma." I have to say, I think if that were her actual name, she would have had a really different life, because that is an even sillier name than she already has. It's particularly great when Tana talks in her interview about how impressed she was to hear the name "Uma Thurma." Because "that's a big name, hello!" File that under "things you couldn't make up." Tara high-fives Chris and John and Craig, and the team declares the plan to be in place.