Unaired, but adorable, so we're doing it. I'm going to be talking more about the deleted scenes and webisode stuff than usual in this episode, because I wanted to make sure I was seeing as many angles as possible. It's probably going to be a bit longer than normal, for the same reason. So at sunrise, everybody is up and dressed when Stefani and Muna get on the phone with Trump. They both do a good job of proclaiming their respective teams' awesomeness, and then Trump grins while they talk good-natured shit back and forth about who's going to win the task this week. Muna is the cutest thing; Stefani does a great job of being adorable as well. A little more of this would have calmed me down considerably, by the end, but I just remembered something interesting: this episode was originally scheduled, I think, to be as long as last week's, which means it's possible that a lot more stuff got cut than they planned originally. Which fits what I think happened overall to make this episode so felching horrible in the first place, and really adds to the overall sense that television itself is outweighing its welcome. Trump tells them to pick team names and a team sign, and they'll meet with him and a special guest before everybody heads to Santa Monica to hear about the task.
Team Heidi brainstorms concepts like "take action," "movement," "vitality," and "energy," everybody nodding their heads vigorously and in constant agreement about everything, and Muna comes up with KINETIC, which she prefers to the other things because it is an intangible force that is also an adjective, or something, and the logo is... classic looking, love the font, with a pendulum swinging from the capital K, which looks a little doofy and literal, but works overall.