RockSolid. Sharon and Curtis show back up and can't believe how much painting is left to do. Curtis can't believe how little is done. Maria's trying to get a couple more people to come help, too. And finally people start showing up to help. Curtis says it was a jovial atmosphere, like in college painting a dorm room. They all drink, eat pizza, and destroy their clothes.
Back at Tenacity, Cyndi and Holly are getting along, but Cyndi's stressing about her creativity, and Holly's missing Bret. The painter (or someone; I don't know who he is) tells Holly they're in good shape, even though he was worried for awhile.
RockSolid. Curtis gets a call that there's another truck coming from the furniture store. She can't believe it, and Curtis says they got way too much stuff. So they'll have to go through everything and figure out what they're going to use, which Curtis says will take up even more time. And Sharon's not happy with the gray wall now. Maria says there's not time to change the wall colors. Curtis says there's so much work to do, and they're not even close to finished with painting, and it's Sharon's fault. He says it's a disaster. The next day, Sharon and Curtis head back to the apartment, which is painted but a total mess of paint cans. Sharon says it's so daunting, but she goes ahead and makes their painters paint over the red wall, even though there's only six hours left. Curtis says everywhere he looks there's another wall that needs to be painted, and "this is quite possibly one of the most monumental fuckups that I've ever been involved in." He says there's just too much to do. Sharon heads downstairs and tries to get her bearings of what furniture to move up to the apartment, especially since the freight elevators are too small for a lot of what they got.
Tenacity. Bret shows up and gets the panoramic pictures, which he thought would take up a whole wall, but are, like, three feet. He tries to hide them so Holly doesn't see and then calls to see how quickly they can get bigger ones made. Meanwhile, Maria's shopping for a few last things at Bed Bath & Beyond. She loves that Curtis and Sharon are the ones doing manual labor. She runs into Holly and Cyndi at the store, where Holly's trying to keep Cyndi on task for curtains. Holly feels like Cyndi now listens to her and respects her, since they're married and decorating their apartment together. Cyndi tells someone at the store that she and her partner got this "little house" together and there's actually a guy involved too. Holly finally has to call Cyndi on the intercom, and she comes running. When did they become so likeable together?