Manhattan. It's about twenty minutes after 2. Sam is on the Space Communicator with the Field Team, which is in the back of a taxi. He gives them a location to buy the golf club, and he gives them a phone number. Boyfriend Bill flashes an amused, exasperated grin as Sam calls him "the quarterback" again. Sam reports that the Home Team is going to take care of the leg wax, so the Field Team doesn't have to worry about that one. Yeah, it's always good when you can relieve the quarterback from worrying about the leg wax. Once the phone call is over, Nick calls Sam out for all the endless talking and unproductive yammering, and, chuckling, says, "I think you like the Boardroom!" Sam asks Nick if he's implying that he thinks they're going to lose. "No, but I want to hurry up," Nick says. Heh.
Boyfriend Bill is on the phone with the place Sam gave them as a location to buy the golf clubs. He starts asking about the club they need, and then he says, "Oh -- you don't carry golf clubs? Okay, great, thanks." He hangs up. "Sam gave me that fucking number," he says in disbelief. In an interview, Boyfriend Bill points out that Sam and the Home Team obviously did zero research in suggesting this particular place, because if they had called at all -- let alone called to find out whether they could negotiate for the club -- they would have learned that the place doesn't even sell golf clubs. Meanwhile, the Home Team is leaving S4, and Troy is asking that Nick please not laugh at him during his leg wax. Heh. Troy's gettin' a leg wax, wheeee!
It is suggested that it's around 3:20, and we see Team Assorama in search of a leg wax. They stop at a nail salon to pick it up on the cheap. Assorama and Jessie go inside, while Amy and Kristi stay outside and Kristi comments that Assorama is "handling it excellently." Amy comments that, indeed, Assorama is "on her best behavior today." Assorama is the leg-wax-ee, and she interviews that she didn't mind "taking one for the team." Jessie interviews that Assorama is "a phenomenal person," and that she did very well once she was put in a situation where she could "shine." By getting her legs waxed, I guess. That's her time to shine. Rip off the hair, and out comes the sparkling personality. Amy comes in to keep her company, too, because Amy is clutching Assorama's hand during the "ow" parts of the waxing. Which I think are most parts, actually. Assorama even says in an interview that she has "newfound respect" for the members of her half of the team. She also says that she made "inroads in establishing trust." Well, yes. That's what happens when you act a little bit more mature and do a little less endless picking of fights.