Fortitude. Mahsa and "the three blondes" (which is her description of them, actually; not mine) are scouting locations for their tour route. While they're in the van scouting, they also come up with a plan to do "Babes on Bikes" in sexy outfits at Wall Street to target working men during the lunch hour. Kelly, on the phone with Mahsa and the blondes trusts Stephanie to go there instead of where there might be, oh, I don't know ... tourists. Back at Octane, they're on the street selling pedicab rides. Well, all of them are except David, who's accosting people more than selling them anything. Clint is horrified that David keeps scaring his customers away.
The next day, Anand chooses to stay back and sell more tours as he sends the other guys out to drive. Steuart and Clint seem to be doing a great job giving folks tours, explaining what they're seeing. David, on the other hand, is like, "Everyone on this street has money, unlike me. Which is probably why my wife left." He also discusses his military service, and the Patrick Swayze movie, City of Joy. You can't make this stuff up. His passengers don't seem to be enjoying it at all. The women, who didn't presell, seem to be spending most of their time trying to peddle their pedaling bodies. To businessmen, who I can't imagine need to get anywhere. Though some of them do creep it up looking at the ladies. But even the creepers don't pay for a pedicab ride. Liza explains the obvious: Stephanie picked the wrong location. She wants to change the game, so she starts offering free rides, except they're not free. Kelly calls her ladies together and asks what the hell. Stephanie says everyone's panicking, but this is what sales is like, which is why not everyone's in sales. Actually, the reason we are not all in sales is because we don't all like to be phony.
Some guy with a crush on Poppy comes back for a ride. And then people start to head out of their offices for lunch and business picks up. Stephanie says they really sold from 11:30 to 1, when they always had at least one bike on the road. Kelly thinks everyone hustled, but Poppy was especially good and always had someone in her cart. She's struggling to pedal the guys who think she's sexy. The guys seem to have an easier time pedaling and selling. It doesn't look close, but maybe they're editing to make it look that way. David takes a break to eat pizza or something, and Anand says the only difficult part of this task was dealing with David. As the women are trying to make a last push at selling, Eric shows up to monitor them. He asks if she thinks they're beating the guys right now; she says she hopes so. Kelly tells Eric that Poppy's been the top performer today, and Mahsa's pissed because Poppy is, like, 23! And totally cute! I mean, how dare she be young and cute and good?! After Eric leaves, they all get in Kelly's face about it. Poppy thinks they're acting like children, and Brandy thinks Mahsa is showing her insecurities by constantly saying how amazing she is. They're all riding and riding with five minutes left, blah.