Arsenio picks: Adam, Lisa (part of a strategy to keep her away from Clay), Paul and Teresa, who gets picked over Aubrey at the end, which is both awesome from an Aubrey-shaming perspective as well as smart, because Teresa may be incredibly dumb, but she will be a team member and not a usurper. So Clay ends up with Penn (another strategy pick, to show he can play well with people he's had problems with before), Debbie, Dee and Aubrey (who is, I should remind you, picked LAST ha ha ha ha!!). Aubrey takes this opportunity to tell us that "haters are hating once again." Noted, you nightmare of a person.
Clay explains a bit about his charity, which suddenly makes him worthy as a person in Aubrey's eyes, so THANK GOD. Clay then delegates Penn and Dee to work on the charity ad, Aubrey to plan/decorate the event and Debbie to work on the variety show. "Let's All Play" is the slogan, and Aubrey comes up with a carnival theme for the event. Aubrey wants Clay to win, she says, but more importantly, she wants Arsenio to lose. Clay lays out his idea for a charity ad: depicting lonely kids on a playground or something. Penn finds it "offensive," which is his overdramatic and Clay-shaming (Penn is WAY into Clay-shaming in this task) way of saying that the concept makes the disabled kids look too pitiful. But his alternate idea -- kids playing together on the ground, pan back to reveal an empty wheelchair, so you can't tell which kids are disabled and which are not -- is really good, and Clay enthusiastically signs on.
Meanwhile, Clay put Debbie in charge of music for variety show, which she takes on in her trademark overly-serious Debbie way. Dee kind of blanches at the kind of lite-Motown stuff they want him to do, and Aubrey takes every opportunity she can to mock Debbie for being a has-been who won't stop singing "Shake Your Love" to anyone who will listen.
The biggest problem comes in the event space, when Aubrey suggests painting the walls. Clay is verrrrry reticent to begin a painting job, not trusting that it will be completed to his satisfaction in time for the event. But now Aubrey AND Debbie are all over this idea, with Debbie calling up this mural-painting cousin of hers and commissioning her to do a last-minute mural job. Clay -- again, fairly understandably, given his situation -- wants to see a sketch of the mural before he agrees to let Mural Cousin paint it. Debbie, for her part, feels bad that this cousin of hers dropped everything because she asked her to, and now she's being required to jump through hoops like an asshole. Ultimately, however, I agree with Clay when he's like, "Sorry not sorry" about it. He can't prioritize Mural Cousin's ego over the success of the task.