Team Marlee is finishing up their designs, then moving on to the commercial. The concept they come up with are things that are smashed by this '70s can. None of those things can hold up against the 7Up can that survived the '70s and more. They come up with the idea to find Geoffrey Holder, who represented 7Up in a memorable way in the '70s. They call 411 and find him with one phone call. Marlee worries it's too good to be true. Her fingers are crossed as Meat Loaf pitches Geoffrey Holder on the idea of being in the 7Up commercial. Tomorrow. He's in. They all tell Marlee that Geoffrey Holder sounds the same.
Back at Team Rich, Dee Snider calls back and tells them he can shave the moustache. Rich thinks they have a multi-million idea here, and he just hopes Lil Jon will be at 100 percent tomorrow to direct the commercial.
Team Marlee's getting their commercial set up the next day. Their cans and boxes are waiting for them when they arrive. Team Rich's zebra-stripe cans are in their sound stage, too. The Jo(h)ns love them. Rich is still worried that Lil Jon's a little too slow and not as energetic as he needs to be for this. Their actors show up, and Rich gives them to the makeup folks to make them into Axl Rose and Madonna. Then Dee Snider will be the real deal.
Team Marlee again. She's getting her own photo taken for the poster while Meat Loaf is writing the script for the commercial. Meat Loaf says his idea for the commercial was to take '70s icons and roll them out, with 7Up Retro as the survivor. Marlee's going to be an ABBA type, Hatch is going to be a disco guy, La Toya's going to be a superhero. Meat Loaf will be a CB trucker, but then will also dress as himself, like he used to in the '70s, in the end. So he's their Dee Snider-style star power. Meat Loaf tells them his script. Hatch thinks the characters are great, but the script is totally cheesy. Hatch says Meat Loaf was unrestrained, and Marlee was tuned-out, getting her picture taken.
Team Rich. Dee Snider shows up, sporting his fu-manchu and without his Twisted Sister makeup. He hugs the Jo(h)ns. Mark is totally star-stuck, which is adorable. Their concept is pretty awesome. The Axl look-alike, Madonna look-alike, and Dee Snider (fu-manchued up) sit together on a couch. They'll each come in one at a time, looking terrible. Then Dee will shave his moustache and become Twisted Sister. Rich explains it's chaotic, but they have to get all of Dee's pre-shots first because once he shaves there's no coming back from that.