Kendra then explains that she's going to check on the space Michael worked on for Amy from PlayStation, because it's so important that Amy winds up happy. And for some reason, old unreasonable Amy thought that the part where it smelled like feet wasn't charming. Clearly, she has not been in many of the apartments where PlayStation is actually played, or she would know that these people would have felt right at home. But...okay. Amy comes down to visit the space, and indeed, it is now lovely -- or as lovely as a basement by the bathrooms can be once you spray it with Lysol and hit the Purple Doodad outlet store. It's been totally worked over since Amy first saw it, and it looks pretty good, all things considered. Just then, Kendra comes down with George, and when they run into Amy, Amy is much happier indeed. Kendra tells her how they're going to regularly tell people to head downstairs to play the PlayStation games, and she's also got signs up directing people to the PlayStation room. Amy interviews that Kendra "did a great job," the sponsorship is secure, and she's got a lot of confidence in Kendra. One of the things I really like is that Amy asks at one point about having found the banners, and Kendra reaches over and grabs her hand and says, "Yes," in this way that really makes the two of them allies. It's hard to explain -- I think that because she has credibility from getting the room in shape, she can let just a smidge of frazzle out and grab onto Amy's hand and accept a little sympathy over the size of the task, so now they're sort of friends, you know? Amy feels for her, but Amy still gets what she wants. I think it's a very telling moment, and a display of some pretty good people skills. A hell of a lot better than Tana's blank, blinding, toothy grins, that's for sure. George explains to us that the executives seem very happy with Kendra. "I think that's wonderful, the way it was handled," he says. Which is pretty high praise, coming from George, who has some tendency to hedge.
Over at Chelsea Piers, Team Tana arrives. Tana chats with the NYC2012 rep and makes small talk about how Trump is going to be there at 11:00. Tana explains to the reps that her role is to take care of Governor Pataki, Bruce Jenner, and the athletes, and she's leaving the rest to her team. She tells us that this point has been her focus for the 16 weeks of the "job interview," and now she has reached her big moment. Kristen and Tana are sitting in Tana's Fisher-Price My First Office, and as Kristen gets up to leave, she says that the water coolers are taken care of. Tana snarls, basically for effect, "I don't need to know any of that." Not only that, but as Kristen is going, Tana makes faces and gestures behind her back, like, how professional! "The problem here was," Tana interviews, "I had to depend on these three idiots." Huh. I count four idiots. Maybe I need to look again.