The men are trying to decide location first, and they wonder who knows New York. Herschel tells the camera there's a lot of pressure being the first project manager, because he wants to beat the women, but he's also checking out the men. They debate locations, and Tom says, "Dice is the king of New York City," and then sort of smirks directly into the camera. Which I love. More Tom Green, please. Dice Clay tells us that no standup comedian has ever sold more tickets than him. Can this actually be true? So they wonder where Dice Clay's fan base would be in New York. Clint thinks Times Square is way too obvious of a choice, since they'll be in direct competition with "Team Lady Goddess." Brian says there are a few women who are recognizable, but "they don't have who we have." Dennis adds, "Who don't know Clint Black? Who don't know Herschel? Who don't know yo' ass,?" though I don't know who he's talking to on that last one. They think the women will buy cupcakes from them, because they are completely lacking in self-awareness.
Athena Headquarters: Melissa thinks they want to be near the park. Joan did "Man on the Street" with Court TV, so she says you want to be at the Macy's-Penn Station area. Annie says that didn't work well at all last year, but Joan argues and insists. She stands her ground. Then she tells us in her interview that everyone should have a say, but you have to go with the one who knows the most, and she's a New Yorker. She says that the friction began with Annie right then. Annie won't stop talking about Penn Station being a bad location, and how the team last year got criticized for going there, because the people there don't have a lot of coin. Claudia interviews that Annie "kept bumping her gums" (she really said that) and wouldn't stop talking. She wanted her to shut the hell up. Annie continues to repeat herself. Annie tells the camera she doesn't sugarcoat anything or try to make people feel good. Brande wonders if that's close to 57th and Fifth, because she has the whole Playboy building "that they're all willing to go down there." I don't know what that even means, but Joan gets it and looks excited. Brande was going to call Hef for money, because she knew the guys would have a lot of heavy hitters.