So then, with Empresario, Omarosa explains for us again what we just heard about the campaign, called Soles United. PM Carol interviews that they have some serious morale issues to overcome after four losses. I would think that the more immediate priority would be to get over their sucking issues.
The two teams end up in what looks like one big conference room. But a folding, frosted glass divider gets pulled out to separate them. Still, they're going to need to keep their voices down. While Hydra is talking, struggling to get underway with their strategy, Trace Adkins comes out of nowhere to suggest a slogan: "Wear them. Share them." Which is brilliant in its simplicity. The team loves it, and is thrilled to be off to a great start. But then, seeing a shadowy figure on the other side of the glass, they suspect the women of spying on them. So then Piers suggests that Vinnie do the same. He even stages a loud argument with Vinnie, who then goes out into the lobby with a pastry and a newspaper, complaining noisily to the looky-loo Empresario team about "that English bastard." After a few minutes, Vinnie takes it a step further, offering to go work with the women. They ask for a minute to vote on it, and then agree to hire Vinnie. It's worth mentioning that the supposedly sneaky, conniving Omarosa suspects absolutely nothing. Before Vinnie goes in, Piers sticks his head out and sells it further by yelling at Vinnie, and whispering to him to spy and report back. "Don't worry about it," Vinnie assures him. As Vinnie goes undercover, Piers interviews about how sad it is that the women had a chance to prove they could succeed without the men, but the first chance they got, they took one of them, and Trump is going to see that as a sign of weakness. Piers's concern for the feminist cause is duly noted.
Back from ads, Nely Galan is explaining what a no-brainer it was to take Vinnie on. After some discussion, they come up with "Soles United: Share the Love." Vinnie diligently takes notes. Vinnie also suggests that Empresario needs to start using its celebrity status, like putting Carol out front at last. Nely interviews about how great Vinnie's ideas are. Omarosa comes up with the idea of designing a receptacle that looks like a giant, freestanding Croc. Hell, why not put it on wheels and have it chase people, for maximum nightmare potential? She interviews that things are going well, and even says that she's impressed with Carol's work as PM. I think we're supposed to be impressed by Omarosa's maturity here. I'll get back to you if and when that happens.