Capital Edge, meanwhile, is kind of like the Six Flags Over Golf as Felisha attacks people insanely (and effectively) at the door, being very fun and cute about everything, and Adam getting gay with the golf clothes, and Alla looking adorable in her golfing outfit (just imagine), and Markus expertly bugging Carolyn to buy a set of irons. Carolyn is warmer than usual joking around with him about "You know where I work, right?" and they then chat about how nobody on the team knows anything about golf, or indeed any sport, but they're having a good professional time. I think Carolyn is worried about how the other team is doing, so she can't give them a signal that they're doing well, plus the Connecticut Lockjaw of her, so she's just charming, and Markus is charming, and they laugh about how they have no idea what they're doing except for the selling stuff, which is the point, because sports is not the point. Her body language is closed off but relaxed, like arms over the chest, but they're leaning against two halves of a doorframe. She seems to like Markus more than one might expect. She interviews to us that they're "winging it" but that they definitely "have a spirit," and she looks generally amused and judgmental in equal amounts, which is like her whole life.
Carolyn continues to charm the team, joking with Alla: "How about giving these kids a putter instead of a wedge?" and laughing a little condescendingly. I so cannot read her! Alla busts hell out of that whole deal, and in one short sentence whoops up on the whole web of self-hatred Carolyn naturally creates around her: "Look at this guy! He's only two years old, he's been here about an hour, and he's buying a set of golf clubs. 119 dollars!" GO ALLA! That ruled. You tell her. No fear, just succinctly dares to call you an asshole. "We're preoccupying the kids, and their parents are free to buy buy buy," she explains. Still Carolyn can't give in, because Excel is probably kicking ass. Right? RIGHT?
Clay keeps selling, selling, selling, and he's being pretty outrageously charming, and interviews basically that selling is the point of this sales task. Some old guy praises his ability, and then Alla interviews, kind of rudely, that in "Sales, he did well," and that maybe this is "one of the very, very few of Clay's talents," like, utilize and be proud, lady. If he's doing "one of the few things he's good at," that's a sign you made a good call. This is over footage of Clay totally ruling, by the way, and even teaming up with Felisha to be awesome at sales. Alla interviews that she was "surprisingly calm" at the end of the task, and everybody hugs and slaps hands, and it's nice.