Alla interviews that the presentation was "a disaster," that Jen couldn't get her thoughts together and it was very fractured. "It was just a wreck." Jenthura continues: "We wanted to show your name -- Zenthura -- very large here, on the board game, and the planet." That's five, and now I'm drunk. She invites her "helpers" to crawl out from under the float for the wrap-up, and interviews that "sure, there were a couple of things we could have done better," but that she "spoke [from her] heart," and so I guess it's her heart that's illiterate, and the Fav is just kind of appalled. Act out on Jenthura putting her arm around the very fucking unimpressed Kristi.
Trump comes rushing out of his office all, "Hold all my calls, I'm going to Sony," and the Fav confides in the other exec that he "knew the first second" which team was going to win. Sony Guy Geoff tells the assembled teams that they both did an incredible job. Addressing Excel, he points out one more time that "One of the goals was to incorporate the title into the float," and notes how it's everywhere on there. The execs also liked how the house on the float looks like the actual house on the poster and in the movie, the way it looks small and vulnerable and how it's floating in space. As far as Capital Edge, Geoff explains, the name is only on the top and in the back, and he worries it's not branded enough. The Fav points out the numerous weird scale issues: the kids, the house, the planets, even the potted plants in front of the house all look weird and unintended. Mostly, though, the title was mispronounced four or five times -- Trump's like, "Better pronounce it right!" -- and that was a real issue. The Fav tells us that both teams hustled, but that ultimately there was a lot more potential in the Excel project -- this was basically a marketing project. (Just like every task this year, right?) The guys smile, and Jenthura looks pained, and Capital Edge looks like they might throw up. Brian wins his exemption without hesitation.