RockSolid. Michael charges Blago with creating a list of security threats from Norton's website. These are intern tasks, y'all. If he can't do that, then we are in trubbah. And, indeed. Blago literally can't even operate a computer. Cue some awesome dunce-y tuba music while Blago hunts and pecks on the computer. Michael scratches his head how Blago got to be governor of Illinois with this much ineptitude. Ladies and gentleman... politics.
Tenacity. As Summer struggles with the project's message, Sharon VOs she jumped up without knowing what she was getting into and isn't actually the right person to lead this task. The photographer arrives, and Summer tries to explain the project. It's a mess. Homegirl doesn't have the first idea what she's trying to show. The photographer urges them to work on their concept a little more so they can actually tell him what to shoot. Summer is all, "We didn't just tell you that?" Yikes.
Meanwhile, Cyndi and Maria are en route to the props. Cyndi indirectly shit talks Selita, but Maria doesn't take the bait. Maria VOs that Cyndi definitely should have been on the creative team. Cyndi notes snippily to Maria that she is a credited art director. They arrive at the prop house, and Cyndi immediately starts haggling. She ultimately snags at least $100 off. She credits some sort of weird face she makes, which looks more like "I just ate a bunch of prunes" than "Please cut me a deal." I say po-tay-to, you say po-tah-to...
RockSolid. Michael tells Darryl to get props and take Rod with him. Michael moans that it took Blago 30 minutes to type out a 50-word paragraph -- that wasn't even his assignment. He says his nine-year-old would have done a better job. Darryl and Blago make it downstairs, but there's a bit of a detour when Darryl needs a smoke break before he can even get in the van. Darryl admits he's not used to the 9-5 lifestyle. They finally get in the van and head toward the prop house, but now Blago causes the detours by glad-handing with every random passerby he meets. Interestingly, now Darryl starts harping on the schedule. The one he didn't care about earlier when he was getting his nicotine fix.
Tenacity. Don Jr. stops by when they're in mid-photo shoot. He immediately spots that Summer is fumbling to articulate the team's concept. Seriously, it's painful. Sharon VOs that a lot of time was wasted because no one person knew what they were going after. Nonetheless, the clock keeps ticking. As the pressure builds, the ladies go back to basics and decide Sharon will play the role of "The Protector." She'll be in the background of every shot to embody the power of the product. Sharon thinks she'll be a good visual representation of the product because "you can't sell [security] with tits and ass." I should make that my catchphrase.