Josh jokes, but it's not really mean-spirited at all: "Markus had a really captive audience...he had the floor to speak without being interrupted. It was like a dream come true for him." True, and he's great. He keeps having to rein in old man Jacob from before, who eventually winds up at the snack table with George, who thinks he's adorable. Markus is so cute with the old people, I love it. He's good at explaining, see, because he thinks he knows everything, and in this case, he does. Randal interviews how awesome everything looked, and he's obviously very proud of how it ended up. We end on a short shot of George chomping on something awesomely.
The Capital Edge expo looks like shit. They're in this cavernous room with some sad balloons and tables scattered willy-nilly, and nobody's within shouting distance of each other, and the food is crappy and the old people refuse to eat it. It looks like the last day of a week-long project lock meeting, the kind where you drink at night instead of sleeping and pass out in the shower for a minute or two. Like, the sad tables and the wires trailing all over and people milling around, not sure if they're even supposed to be there. Why did they feel like they had to utilize the entire space? That's the main problem here, in my opinion: throw up some portable walls and define the space and they'll focus on the snack table, but with it all spread out like this, it just looks like you've wandered into something that is none of your business. Like if you walked into this room, you would worry that you would be getting in the way. Not inviting. There's no sign or anything, just blonde ladies off in the distance with some kind of technology. And if you squint, maybe they're waving to you.