Next morning. KOTU gets their safe, which actually looks awesome. It's an actual safe rather than a wall with a safe on it. I didn't know it would be an actual box. They're all happy. Athena sees their display, and it's ... a white board that says "LifeLock" on the top. That's all. With a lock on the bottom. They think it looks like shit, and that a lot of details aren't right. The only mistake for KOTU is their heads with the quotes are so tiny you can't read them, and way too tiny for the safe. Herschel points out if they'd gone back to Brooklyn, they would have caught that. Natalie calls to see if they can get the printer to run a larger one in time to get it this morning. Natalie and Herschel head over to get the larger version.
Brian's practicing giving his presentation, as Annie explains to us that there's a lot of pressure on him. She says he has to do his part so well since everything else fell apart, which was also his fault. Herschel and Natalie get the larger version and get back quickly. It's perfect, and everyone's happy. Natalie says everything looks even better than expected. She says she loves the idea and concept, so the talking part will be easy.
The executives sit down in front of KOTU's safe, and Natalie walks in and says she's Joan Rivers. Clint walks in and says he's actually Joan Rivers. Herschel does the same. Then Joan walks in and says, no, that would be her, and thanks to LifeLock, she's going to be the only one. Joan talks about their display and packages. Todd compliments on the presentation, and KOTU leaves.
The executives arrive in Athena's presentation room, and we see the plain white board now has lots of stuff on it: picture of CEO Todd, and a bunch of red things that we can't read. Brian talks about it, and he is enthusiastic, but it's still really not good. It's just red and black type on paper, with a picture. Bo-Ring. And, by the end, Brian's just reading off his cards. Todd thanks them for their "Nice work." Brande interviews that Brian did a great job, and that she could see on the executives' faces that they were "in awe." Okay, I did not see that at all. Anyway, she's feeling good about it, which is even further evidence that she knows nothing and did nothing, because I think everyone else at least realizes they blew it. Commercials include Carolyn shilling for LifeLock. Is that weird? Since Trump fired her.