Andy has a different idea. He suggests that they put on a million-dollar giveaway. As he explains it, you don't actually have to have a million dollars. What you have to do is buy an insurance policy to insure against the possibility that someone will actually win, when in fact, probably no one will. The group thinks it over. To the degree that, you know, thinking is among their "skill set."
The black screen logo this week says "A Penny Saved Is A Penny Saved." And that's not a typo, either. That's exactly what it means. Trump explains that he hates it when people don't adhere to a budget. We see him on the phone, obviously negotiating the same deal we saw him closing at the opening of the first episode. (Don't try to slip anything past me, sneaky footage-recycling people.) Trump would not like the way I shop for clothes.
The Apexiennes, in their van, discuss the "buzz" matter with the PM of the week, who is Elizabeth. Elizabeth tells them that her management style is to delegate things to everybody else, and then everybody else is responsible for producing their part of the work. Which is convenient for her, if you think about it, because it's unlikely that the delegating itself will go horribly awry, unless she forgets the names of the women on the team. ("You delegated that task to Kirsten." "So?" "There isn't anyone on the team named Kirsten. Good guess, though.") Elizabeth interviews that, in fact, she had previously worked for P&G in her actual life, so she thinks that if she hadn't volunteered to lead, it would have looked bad. (May I say, without unnecessarily spoiling the episode, that she seems to have neglected to note that if she did lead and sucked, it would look even worse?)