Meanwhile, Unanimous is working on a love triangle concept. Lou Ferrigno and Paul will be the paramours to Dee in drag (a.k.a. Dee Snider from all of the '80s). Penn makes some semi-dismissive comments about Arsenio Hall's "kind, generous nature," and I begin to wonder if Arsenio is getting the loser edit.
The ladies report to the costume room, and Lisa's pet peeve about interrupting once again rears its head. She chastises the ladies for acting immature by interrupting her, but honestly she's the one having the tantrum. Patricia calls her a tyrant.
Back to Unanimous. The guys are spit-balling when Sir Lippy Lipton himself hobbles over. The guys update him on their crossdress-stravaganza. Lipton worries their attempts at humor could fall flat.
Forte. Teresa is learning the craft of acting from Tia "The Meryl Streep of Wayne's World" Carrere. Basically, they've added swords to the weave-pulling fight between Teresa and Daniel in late Season 2. Teresa claims she doesn't need to learn lines on her show (uh huh...), so this is a challenge. Then again, the lines in question include such gems as "Bring it on, wench!" so I'd say she's safe. Oh yes, and there will also be yanking of chicken cutlets out of dresses. So, get excited...?
Across the room, Don Jr. stops by. Lisa wonders if Trump will be offended that she's impersonating him. Don Jr. seems slightly uncomfortable with it but reminds Lisa that the audience decides the winner and tells her to barrel forward. He interviews that their plan is to capitalize on the Real Housewives of New Jersey in New Jersey should work -- as long as they bring enough action. During their conversation, Lisa also lets it slip that there is tension between Victoria and her, so expect that to resurface come boardroom time.
The guys meet with the stunt coordinator, and it becomes clear that Lou is both an asset and a detriment. He latches onto the hyper-masculine sword-fighting, which not only scares Paul, but results in Lou developing tunnel vision. Clay Aiken notes that there's a lot more involved in the task than just stunts and swords. The others realize their time is being wasted, but they have difficulty pulling Lou out of his zone.
Meanwhile, the ladies are also fighting -- with swords and words. Victoria continues to be sour grapes about her assignment and basically refuses to learn anything having to do with stage directions, lighting, etc. Lisa decides to stop wasting everyone's time and shuffles the deck, which means Victoria can learn about sword fighting. Which she does while wearing a Louis Vuitton messenger bag. Lisa wastes no time snarking about how this clearly shows Victoria's not in the game if she can't even be bothered to take off her purse. A bit later, Lisa also has a field day when Victoria says "mid-evil" instead of Medieval, despite the fact that there is a pad of Medieval Times stationery right in front of her. She accuses Victoria of wasting everyone's time (in an interview of course, not to her face).