Penn is not a fan of these ideas, and doesn't imagine people will be dying to pose with cut-outs of celebrities dressed as Universal characters, but he's not the Project Manager.
Omarosa, self-proclaimed visionary and leader, sees her three tiny photo spaces coming together and it fills her with so much confidence that she decides to treat the fabricators like absolute garbage. They tell her, as they did from the beginning, that there just isn't a feasible way to make Spider-Man 3D. Omarosa is ready to take these guys to the board room, until she realizes they are not eligible for Donald Trump termination.
"You just don't treat people that way," Brande says. It's nice to see a celebrity with some perspective.
Plan B is still working on what the actual backdrop will look like. Stephen Baldwin says he really likes the simplicity of the cut-outs, and Dee takes it as a manipulative, self-protecting affront. Lisa Rinna doesn't like the non-backdrop, but doesn't have any suggestions.
Team Power arrives at their photo experience, which has moved outside and is un-finished. The globe at the top is just a big white half-circle. Lil' Jon notes that it looks terrible. Half the team has to go to the store to get more Spider-Man stuff, which they didn't get before. Then the fabricators arrive to finish the globe, and Omarosa hangs the name of the resort behind the photo strips, where no one can see it. Also, Spider-Man is only partly three-dimensional, and it's possibly even worse to dabble in multiple dimensions.
Fortunately for Team Power, Plan B's experience looks even worse. It's cut-outs and a big blue background. Who cares. Dee thinks it looks great. Penn notes that it's "surreal" to be standing in front of cardboard cutouts of the exact same live people, in the exact same outfits. He questions the logic and Lisa says, "well, I don't know that there is any."
Team Power starts throwing crap from the Universal gift shop into the three tiny areas. There are far too many Spider-Men in the center area, above which the logo is obstructed. We all start to feel embarrassed for these celebrities, tasked with doing something more than just showing up and being famous. Omarosa decides there's too much crap in the Spider-Man booth. She is right, but La Toya and Brande feel wounded as they stuff Spider-Man gift shop fodder back into bags. Brande thought it would be fun for people to go into the booth and "touch" the jelly Spider-Men. You know, just touchin' stuff for fun.