Unanimous. Adam, Paul and Michael meet a Buick rep for the test drive. Paul watches while Michael gets behind the wheel and maneuvers around the car (with Adam and the rep riding along) around an orange cone obstacle course. Blah, blah, blah, Buick = No. 1! For Forte, Debbie gets behind the wheel with a different Buick rep, Tia and Patricia Velásquez riding along. Suffice it to say, Debbie does not do much to break down that "women are terrible drivers" stereotype. R.I.P. orange cones!
Unanimous. Adam, Paul and Michael return to the war room where the others continue to express doubts about his heckling concept. Over in Forte's war room, they discuss how to spell out their theme, "Love Your Reflection." There may be mirrors, but there will also be personal stories about how Buick has changed characters' lives. Tia chips in something she wrote, and Debbie immediately dismisses it, saying, "This isn't really where we're going... you weren't in our van." Tia's all, "Exactly!" and decries Debbie's condescension. Don Jr. visits, and Debbie is candid that the women are going to get into trouble if they don't stop wasting time, and that they better get cracking on getting a script written for the presentation. Meanwhile, Ivanka visits the guys of Unanimous. She again questions Michael's reluctance to step up as PM. He tries to explain himself, but like Adam she doesn't care to hear his reasoning. Michael begins to worry.
The guys head to the presentation space to rehearse, which even includes 6'7" Penn squeezing into the trunk of the car. Adam sidelines Lou by making him the "security" guy who will pull out the "hecklers." Lou of course thinks he's being underutilized. Also underutilized? Michael. Penn worries that Michael is only speaking for about 30 seconds of the 20-minute presentation.
With 12 hours to go, the ladies also begin rehearsing. Dayana is unclear how the presentation is going to pull together and thinks Debbie isn't giving her enough to do. Aubrey has reservations with all the gimmicks, especially Debbie's decision to sing that famous Buick jingle "Shake Your Love." For the record, Aubrey was a Tiffany fan, thank you very much. She voices her opinion, but Debbie is too tired to reinvent the wheel at this point and insists the tone will somehow magically take shape the next day. Debbie admits she's overwhelmed and is stressed about memorizing all the facts for the Q&A. She hopes her team can pull this one out of a hat.