Maria and Elizabeth are at the Alliance Agency, finalizing the flyers that they will be handing out. The flyers feature a sort of tabloid layout, building up Vanilla and Mint as the latest "celebrity couple" to hook up. I guess they don't realize that the usual reaction to that kind of headline in a real tabloid is "I don't like them separately, and I'll like them even less when they're together." Of course, Vanilla will probably not make Mint sign a prenup. As Maria explains, Elizabeth insisted on the high-end flyers, which is apparently why this scene does not take place at Kinko's, as you would think it would. Fools. Even Jerry Maguire knew enough to print his mission statement at a Kinko's. Maria also explains that they were setting these flyers up at 1:00 in the morning, after everyone was closed, so the only vendor that was available was the one Alliance had set up for them. Maria talks to the printer on the phone, and asks what the price will be. "I don't have the price for you right now," he tells her. He explains that the folks who will work on it aren't even there right now, so there's not much he can tell her. "You won't know till 7:00 AM," the agency woman watching over this transaction says to Maria. Maria circles "7:00 AM" on her little note sheet. And then promptly forgets, apparently, that "7:00 AM" was ever mentioned or had any significance. Poor little note sheet, with its meaningless doodles.
Back at the suite, Ivana (who's heading up budget after her stellar showing last week) asks Maria about the flyers, and whether they're going to be $1850. "Probably not anymore," Maria says. Maria tells the others that she's going to have to find out, because the price just isn't clear at this point. Ivana interviews that this part right here was not her fault, because Maria should have had a clearer number. "I can't be responsible for that," Ivana says. If the Apexiennes had a motto, that would be it, I think. "Apexiennes: Not Responsible For That Since 2004."
At 2:30 in the morning, Andy is talking to Mosaic about their awesome million-dollar giveaway. In an interview, he smirks and finger-quotes about the "opportunity" to win a million dollars. He talks about how this was his idea, and "a major risk," so if it pays off, he'll look great. If not? Not. Just then, Mosaic receives a call from Madeleine, who tells them that she's very sorry to inform them that they'll have to go with something else. Wes tries to tell her that they've planned the entire event around the giveaway, but she isn't able to budge from what she heard from -- you know it -- Mr. Legal. Madeleine wishes them luck as Pamela and the boys stare miserably at the floor. Lawyers always have that effect on me, too.