Back from commercials, we see Bergdorf Goodman as a sort of shopping paradise into which the members of Magna are welcomed. They have special things for them to look at, as they opened specially for this. Craig refers to it as a "museum of fashion," and talks about how "exotic" the clothes all were. Tana admires a little dress, and Kendra carries an armload of clothes while explaining that it was a bit fairy-tale-esque, looking at a tank top and seeing that it wasn't actually $129, but $1,129. For a tank top. Better be pretty good, I'd say. In fact, I'd say it should come with about $1000 cash sewn into the lining. Elsewhere, the boys try on suits. As it turns out, Craig and Bren purchase precisely the same suit. It's a nice one, I agree. This is our opportunity to hear, for whatever reason, Craig's little talk about how much he digs Tana, and how good he thinks she is at steering the boat when she's in a position of leadership. "She basically knows how to handle the wheel," he says appreciatively. We see the teams share an in-store champagne toast in appreciation for "another victory." In an interview, Tana happily says that as the 2-0 PM, she feels "untouchable," like the "queen bee." Yeah, you don't want to get too excited about that, dear. She giggles like she can't believe it herself, which makes it a little less off-putting, but...not much less. Bags full of clothes are packed into the trunk of a taxi, along with about ten years of accumulated detritus. Yum!
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