Lesley now says in an interview that Bill was in and out of the clubhouse too many times, and she doesn't think it looks good for the manager of an event like this to be running around so much. Eh. It strikes me that if she's going to be self-involved enough to grouse about the boxes in her office while the tournament is right in the middle of being conducted, she needs to understand that's going to make him run around like the little windup toy he is at this point. Elsewhere, Bill meets up with Amy, who assures him that everything's fine. Pairings? Done. Everybody's done? Done. All the athletes are...? Amy just stares at him. Finally getting her point, he puts his hand on her shoulder and grins. "You know what I'm about to say," she says calmly. "I've gotta ask," he laughs. She reminds him in her kindergarten teacher voice that they had an agreement that he was only going to ask her stuff once. Hee. Amy now interviews that Trump's business is all about stressful situations, and she's troubled at how frazzled Boyfriend Bill has been getting about this. As Katrina and Amy stroll at the golf tournament, they both talk about how they would never double-check things this many times if they were just checking with each other. Well, of course they wouldn't. They would just talk about each other in secret -- in Katrina's case, throwing in a few scandalous rumors about Amy in the process. Amy interviews that she thinks Bill won't win, which makes her "sad." Because Amy really, truly cares.
Taj Mahal. A pigeon waddles across the Boardwalk. And in a segue that absolutely has nothing to do with the pigeon at all, honestly, Heidi now gets off the elevator with her walkie-talkie, preparing for the meet and greet. She's got that stupid red pleated skirt on again, by the way, which is just...really, really no. Not even as part of a schoolgirl uniform. Really, really...no. Heidi interviews that the meet and greet where the fans and the VIPs can meet Jessica is "really critical." She manages to work in a reference to how impor-ant it is not to "underestimate" her. Because of course, it's still all about Heidi and everyone totally cares about whether she's "underestimated," even though she did get booted weeks ago and is about to experience a shelf life as a celebrity somewhat shorter than the amount of time required to prepare microwave popcorn. (A small bag.) She also reminds us that she is "more confident than Troy." Yaaawn. When she gets to the meet and greet, however, she discovers that the event is suddenly expecting a lot more people than the room can hold. The VP of entertainment at the Taj Mahal interviews that they substantially increased the number of casino guests who were expected at this event, and the information was passed to Troy, but it didn't make it to Kwame or Heidi. Heidi pages Kwame to the meet and greet ballroom, and when he gets there, he smoothly reassures the gathered worriers that their plan involves only bringing people through the ballroom in groups anyway, so they don't intend to have all of the people in the room at the same time. Thus, the fact that there isn't room for everyone isn't so important. They all seem to approve this plan. It's interesting that Heidi didn't come up with it, what with being in charge and everything, just like she wanted.