Bill and Nick, meanwhile, are arriving at the airport just as Bill hangs up from the call with Sam. "You ask Sam what time it is," he says to Nick, "he tells you how to build a clock." That's a line I've heard many times before, but Bill is absolutely right about it and has used it correctly, which is more than I can say for many reality show participants and their cliché usage. Nick chuckles. They pull into the airport and get to work on their commercial. Nick is showing Bill actual sketches of what he wants the commercial to look like, which seems to be a lot more than Tammy was doing. Bowie looks at the drawings, too, and declares it "a phenomenal idea." The plane is rolled out of the hangar to be set up for the shot, and we see Bill actually demonstrating parts of the shots. Bill interviews that they did the print photos that they were going to use at the same time as the commercial, so this made for "good teamwork." The guys smile and seem rather gratified as they see their commercial roll to life. In the ad, a black limo pulls up to the plane, and a guy gets out and goes up the steps onto the plane. Bill interviews that he thinks they're delivering the message "in a tactful, classy way." Oh. Well, you can see where they went horribly wrong.
"Victory," Nick says confidently. "Victory for the men." On the plane, Bill says that he's looking forward to winning and snagging the ride to Boston. Bill is hot. Not necessarily rip-your-shirt-off-right-now hot, just kind of...let's-argue-about-politics hot. Totally different, but equally potent. The sun sets.