The three Team Power experiences will be Harry Potter, Despicable Me, and a third to be announced. Over at Plan B, Dee Snider comes up with the idea to have the experience be "celebrity-driven." He wants six cut-outs of the celebrities so people can pose with them. It is a terrible idea. Penn suggests that the photo experience rely on illusions that don't look "photo-shoppy," like floating heads and stuff. It's a better idea.
The fabricators for this challenge also worked on Penn & Teller's Haunted House at the Orlando Resort, so Penn is right at home and should really be the Project Manager on this task. Like, really. Stephen Baldwin worries about time management.
Team Power goes out to take pictures and buy "decorations" for this photo experience. What ... why ...? The best plan, evidently, is no plan.
Penn's idea, which he is taking charge of, is just "floating heads." He starts giving art direction to the fabricators. The rest of the team says they need to go take photographs because ... because it's what they have to do for this. Then Gary Busey tries to figure out how to use a digital camera.
Omarosa tells the fabricators they have "brilliant, innovative ideas," then tells them a vague outline of two ideas. The fabricators look incredulous. Omarosa decides, perhaps on the fly, that the middle experience is a globe with a Spider-Man that the fabricators would have to make.
"You want a three-dimensional figure," the head set guy confirms, "out of ...?" It's clear that Omarosa doesn't care about these peons. Out in the park, the celebrities fight over who gets to take pictures with the minions from Despicable Me. The park visitors enjoy the whole spectacle, and take pictures of all the celebrities with their phones. Gary tells us that "fun" stands for "Finally Understanding Nothing." That is exactly where I'm at with this task.
Team Power reconvenes and they discover Omarosa has chosen Spider-Man as the centerpiece. They didn't know that, so they didn't buy any t-shirts with Spider-Man on them, or props from the gift shop. This is when a phone sponsor would have been very useful. But no one trusts Omarosa to help them, or care about them, particularly the construction crew.
Back from the park, Dee and his team, including a very sweaty Gary Busey, have clearer heads and more novelty hats. Dee opts to nix the magic, floating head idea and go with "celebrity." He wants to print six pictures (cut-outs) very big, using the celebrities, and have people pose in front of those pictures, I guess. I would never, even if I was high at Universal Resort, but this isn't going to be a real thing anyway so what does public opinion matter?