At KOTU, Joan's giving everyone chores: Natalie gets to go choose the jewelry. She's going to find the nicest, cheapest stuff. Joan explains that she wanted Natalie to feel part of the team, so she had her do it, especially since she's straight, which is very unusual for a golfer. Um, Joan, I don't think that's at all true. Joan has Clint be the auctioneer, and he says he's done auctions before. Joan interviews that Annie is a manipulator who would spit on the ground and drown her mother in it if it would get her a step ahead. Joan's asking everyone how much money they can bring in. Natalie thinks 20 to 25 grand. Clint thinks 25 to 30. Herschel knows he has 40. That's $105,000. Natalie says it's hard going up against Annie, who is the strongest fundraiser. Joan says Annie's been telling them all about her unlimited funds, so she got her people on it immediately.
At Athena, Annie's calling everyone to come and bid. She asks one guy for $25,000, and then says she might ask him for more, too. Melissa says Annie's almost a bully about asking people for money, because people in the poker world must be afraid of her or something. Annie says that she always raises the most money, but she knows someone like Herschel can probably get a lot of money. She tells her team that if the other team has some crazy fund-raiser up their sleeve and they lose, she's going to bring people into the boardroom based on how much money they raised, because she feels that's fair. Jesse asks if she's planning on losing. She says no, they're going to win, so he says, "Just making sure." Jesse interviews that he doesn't want to sandbag, but he doesn't want to waste his bullets. He'd rather use it when it counts more, or when it will go his charity.