Seriously. Now is not the time for any kind of emotional "you hurt me when you decided to use my uselessness to the team's advantage" conversation. If ever there is one. Catch the fuck up, Markus. Markus throws his hands out, all like he's trying to be the bigger man here, "Hey, I wanted to tell you what's on my mind...if you're not interested then that's fine." He's such a fool that I don't know, but I partly think this is his version of whatever he was accusing them of doing at the beginning, trying to "position" him to look like a jackass. Like Donald Trump is sitting up in a room somewhere watching the footage of every second and he's going to be all, "Oh my God, that's so true. He was trying to tell Brian what was on his mind...and Brian wasn't interested! And at such an appropriate time!" Brian's like, "Dude. I totally want to hear what you're thinking, just at, like, any other time." Markus shuts up and tries to slink off again, this time with a quickness, because Josh is coming.
Now on the level that this conversation is a legitimate one, Josh is an asshole for piling on. It's a conversation between an employee and his manager, and Josh should respect that. But -- far be it from me to be labeled a Josh apologist -- this is not a legitimate conversation. Josh has correctly identified it as a very creative kind of not doing a damn thing, and is responding to it on this level. He's not interrupting a management scenario, he's interrupting the usual Markus bullshit, which is now also taking a valuable member of the team, and the PM, out of commission. Josh just immediately starts yelling at Markus that it's time for him to pitch in, and Markus is like, "Me and him are having a talk," and Josh (who's kind of out of his mind at this point) is like, "I am psyched that you're having a talk, but I'm the one cleaning right now, so stop with the excuses and stop fucking around." Markus continues to yak at Brian. Josh goes into that weird faux-Brooklyn accent he only rarely attempts, interviewing on Markus: "Who is he, a prima donna?" And there's a cut to Markus running his hands through his thick, lustrous hair in slow motion. Ah, The Apprentice. You are too much!
Jennifer, Marshawn, Rebecca, and Randal are going to the store for some reason, even though there's like thirty seconds left before the presentation. Jennifer's trying to get everybody hyped about "going through the presentation mentally," but as Marshawn interviews, "I didn't want to go to the store, I wanted to practice the presentation and finish the float." Back at the float, the Bloven are all running around crazily and yelling about how they don't have time to talk to Jennifer on the walkie and they don't have time for anything and Blondes Always Have More Work to do and they are just the Cinderellas at home while the others are having a decadent and glamorous time at Home Depot or whatever. Felisha calls attention to the "piss-poor planning" and gives the compelling sum-up that "the Project Manager is gone with half the team." Yeah, when you put it that way, it does sound really bad.