Pataki and the students who are carrying all the flags are introduced, and Tana claps and shouts orders as the kids grimly file past her. She is not a barrel of laughs, this lady. She's like the meanest librarian ever, if librarians were the way people are afraid they are, rather than the way they actually are. Everyone marches in, and Pataki and Trump wind up standing together. Hair explodes everywhere. Just kidding. But really, Pataki leans over at one point and shows Trump how there's an American flag hanging, but there wasn't one for the procession. "I think it's a great point," Trump says, because it's at least as good as anything he would have thought of. Trump interviews that the fact that there was no American flag in the line was "a big mistake." Pataki and Trump take the stage and do a little blah blah blah about the Olympics. And now...the pretend Olympics!
A sports exhibition ensues. Flippy-flipping! Swimmy-swimming! Making with the volleyball! Wheeee! Tana shows off her goose bumps. Elsewhere, Chris is actually working, telling some of the athletes that they have time to warm up. They ask how much time they have, and he asks how much they need. They tell him they need 15 minutes, and Chris says that's perfect -- they'll start the track stuff at 1:05 PM. Chris asks the venue guy to make an announcement about it, and to ask people to stay off the track during warm-up. In other words, Chris coordinates quite correctly, looking stunningly competent. The announcement is made. Tana walks over and asks why there's a break when she thought there wasn't going to be a break for a little bit. The guy starts to explain that he got information from...and Tana cuts him off and says, "Don't tell me it was Chris." "Yes," the guy says. Tana says in a disgusted, don't-you-hate-idiots voice, "Ohhhh, yes. No, that wasn't supposed to be." Behind Tana, Carolyn literally drops her chin forward in dismay and makes an amused, amazed face at how unprofessional Tana looks, talking about her own employee like he's a moron, and doing it in front of an event sponsor. Tana goes on to insist that this isn't where the break is supposed to be. "Do the athletes need that long?" she asks impatiently. "I want to cater to their needs." As if Tana has ever catered to anyone else's needs without thinking of her own pink Cadillac first and foremost. Venue guy breaks it to her: "That came from the athletes." Forced to eat her words, Tana relents and says that, er, the break is fine. Carolyn interviews that Tana isn't communicating with the group, and adds that she's quite sure that if she brought up any problems with the event, Tana would "without a doubt" blame her team. "Which," Carolyn adds, "is clearly not professional." And that's really what Tana doesn't get here -- real executives don't relish the opportunity to put everybody else down. Well, good ones don't. This thing Tana wants, this ability to hobnob with important people and tell everyone else to shut up and bring her a cocktail...this isn't how good bosses work. But she just doesn't know, and it shows.
There is track. I hate running. So pointless. Well, at least Trump claps politely. He would.