Natalie and Joan run to get some supplies while Herschel and Clint are in Brooklyn. While they walk, Joan tells Natalie that their current display doesn't catch a woman's eye, so they should use Herschel in it. She then interviews about how very naÃ¯ve Natalie is. She sometimes wonders what rock Natalie crawled out from under, but at least she was smart enough to sit back and let other people (read: Joan) take over. She says Clint would never do that. Natalie decides they should use their celebrity, so they call to tell Clint and Herschel. Joan makes the call, and talks to Clint. She tells him that everything stays as it is, but they're adding their four faces peeping around from behind the safe. Clint's concern is the time crunch for the construction guys. They say it's fine; it can be done from back at KOTU headquarters.
Clint sees Brande and takes off, saying there's a spy in their midst. Herschel follows him, trying to talk the whole time, and basically whining that Clint won't let him ask a question. So, Clint tells the ladies Herschel's breaking down, sets the phone down, and leaves. Herschel tells us Clint's a control freak, so he runs off with the phone all the time, and then he leaves like a little girl if he doesn't get his way. Yeah, I agree. But they're all sort of whiny, so I can't tell if it's worse than anyone else. Herschel gets off the phone and tells Clint to stop acting like that. Clint says if they're going to do this new idea, they have to shrink the safe by the size of their heads. The construction guy thinks he can do that, but Clint's stressing that all of the elements aren't going to come together with these late changes.
The CD with all of the graphics on it is blank when Athena's construction guy tries to open it, so Brande calls the rest of the team to ask them to email it, because having the graphics is sort of important. Jesse's in the bathroom again. Poor Jesse. They e-mail everything except the photo of CEO Todd, so Brande calls again and they send that. Annie is in crisis mode about their 8 p.m. deadline to get their decals to the printing place (I guess for the packaging). Melissa hates it, and says at one point, "Inhalate, exhalate." George walks in to Athena and no one notices him. They all tell him what they're doing, but George tells us he didn't see much in the way of real creativity -- just a lot of boring facts and figures. He tells them they seem calm, but Annie assures him she's panicking.
The boys are back with the rest of KOTU. Natalie asks Joan how the brochure should open, but Joan turns it back on her and Natalie just shrugs. Joan interviews that Natalie's not a great leader, but is very average. They are coming up with thought bubbles to go with each of their heads, and Clint comes up with "I may lose my voice on tour, but I'll never lose my identity" for himself, "As a running back, LifeLock is one line of defense I would never want to go up against" for Herschel, and adds the finish to Natalie's, "The best numbers in my golf life have been..." Clint adds: "63, 65" and Natalie finishes it, "And hole in one." Joan interviews that she hated Clint last week, but this week they both know they have to put it together. He comes up with her quote: "People may steal my jokes, but they'll never steal my identity." She loves it. She tells us Clint's very funny, but is very stubborn. She decided this week that he's not going to change, so she moves around him. They get their stuff to the printer by 8, and Natalie thinks they should quit for the night. Herschel thinks they should go back to work on their safe, which they can do until 10.