The members of VersaCorp consult amongst themselves via Space Communicator. Nick and Katrina feel really strongly about Andrei; Bill and Amy feel equally strongly about Leah. Because they're essentially in a stalemate, Nick makes "an executive decision" to go with Andrei, which is probably all he can really do. If you're not going to get consensus and you can't vote, then somebody has to just decide, and I think he did it in a reasonable way. Plus, I agree with him, because I like a vague sense of the forest better than a keen sense of a kid blowing out birthday candles. Bill interviews that Nick made the decision, and they stuck with it. Amy says again that she has a "pit in [her] stomach," and she really needs to straighten out all those prepositions and notice that that's not the expression; the expression is that you have a "feeling in the pit of your stomach," not a "pit in your stomach," which is what happens if you swallow a peach without chewing. But who am I to argue?
Assorama leaves Trump Tower the next day with Heidi. Assorama, of course, is wearing a beret, because it's an art task! Get it? Bonjour, Francophiles! Assorama explains that Kwame and Troy went to hand out invitations to the gallery while she and Heidi worked with the artist. We see them inside with Meghan, unpacking her stuff for the show. "Heidi, it's George!" Assorama says happily, as a casually dressed George walks around at the gallery. George asks how they selected Meghan, and Assorama cites Meghan's "extensive following." In a really cool and casual sidewalk interview with George, of the kind I wish they'd show a lot more, George says that art is a business, but it's very subjective, and their choice to take a "provocative" artist is "really a gamble, one way or the other." He seems, at this point, to respect the risk that they chose to take, which I think is cool. Inside, Heidi asks Meghan to explain two faces with blood dripping down, and Meghan explains how it's about harnessing your inner evil forces, basically, which I really think Heidi has already mastered. There's a totally brilliant pause right after Meghan tells Heidi that becoming more evil will make her stronger, and then Heidi looks up at Meghan and says, "…Okay." Heidi talks in an interview about how she asked Meghan about the art so that she'd know something about it before she sold it. I'm not sure she asked enough questions. She then tells Assorama that she had nightmares last night as a result of the art, but interviews that she's going to sell it and learn to like it. Hmm.