Magna. Danny welcomes some guests, who get a room assignment from Verna. Verna interviews that it's all about giving the guests the best and most satisfying experience possible. And then, of course, it's about leaving at random intervals. Oh, wait, I'm getting ahead of myself. Anyway, Danny shows the first set of guests to their room, where the guy immediately comments on the paint smell. I don't think that's a good sign. Back out at the counter, Verna checks in the next guest. "We kicked booty," Danny says. While holding his guitar. At least he doesn't sing about customer service at this juncture. As Danny is checking in guests, he semi-spontaneously starts telling them that there's going to be a little bit of a mingle session later, just outside the rooms and in the common spaces. He says that it worked, and people did indeed get to hanging around together that evening. We cut to the evening's festivities and see that it's also good because it gets them out of their incredibly paint-smelly rooms. Alex makes a paper-bag animal with a little girl, while Michael mingles with some customers who want to know about...you guessed it, the paint smell. Stephanie explains that they just hung out with the customers, hoping that everybody would be happy. Stephanie insists it was just one big party, and indeed, a fair amount of pool-jumping and "woo!" seems to ensue. Danny reasons in an interview that their college educations came in handy here, because only college graduates know this much about standing around with people you don't even like because it's better than doing any work. Good point.
Down in the Magna office, however, all is not well. Verna is miserable. She says that she hadn't had sleep, which explains why her "body was mentally exhausted." Yeah. Her body. Was mentally exhausted. As well as her mind being mentally exhausted. She says she felt like she was going to just "collapse." Also, her mind needed a shower.