Back at the course, Steuart goes over the spatial organization of the room and stage. Clint thinks the buffet should be in the other room to ensure all 550 diners have enough space at their tables, but Steuart thinks it will create a bottleneck at the door between the rooms. Clint ultimately goes with Steuart's plan but worries the event will be a disaster since he didn't go with his gut.
Liza and Anand return to the club to tell which prizes they bought. Stephanie is frustrated that the gift certificates, which were intended to be $1,000 apiece, have been downgraded to $20 in favor of the equipment. She thinks the gear they bought will seem cheap in comparison to what the golfers already own. Brandy is angry that she's been undermined and that Liza and Anand wasted four hours buying things she didn't want, especially since now there's no time to return them.
Just after Clint sends Poppy and Mahsa out to get all the remaining items on the rider, Steuart receives an e-mail that the outside caterer is backing out. It's 6:30 PM, so everyone else is closed for the day. Steuart calls them to try to amend the situation, but the guy won't budge, so Clint tells Steuart to hang up. Clint worries that if Liza with a 'Z' isn't pleased, it could ruin him.
Team Brandy makes a speakerphone call to Kathy Griffin to brainstorm how she can best be used in the tournament. They ask if she can do 15 minutes of golf-related humor -- a scenario that pretty much sounds like a miniature nightmare to me. Kathy thinks 15 minutes is too long for a pre-tournament slot, so they agree to leave it open-ended with some introductory remarks and jokes along the way. Brandy tells Kathy to ask for Stephanie when she arrives at the club. Kathy immediately lights on the fact that Stephanie is a bitter, fired reject, and they all have a good laugh.
Over on Team Clint, Steuart flounders in finding a last-minute caterer. He finally settles on someone, and the guys breathe a big sigh of relief. He says, "In high-stakes situations, you can't let the situation get you." I think that last clause might be a useful motto for all the young ladies who have the misfortune of crossing paths with a certain future has-been from the Jersey Shore.
Team Brandy calls Trump that afternoon to speak with Trump about his preferences for the tournament. He asks to golf with Liza, totally disregarding how much that will sap Brandy's manpower. Even Liza is concerned, but Brandy recognizes that she can't so no to Trump. She resigns herself to having yet one more obstacle to overcome.