Hollywood, Wax Museum, tourist stuff, etc etc. In the KiNOTic war room, Stefani and James are going over their basic idea, wherein a "nerdy odor expert" is unable to find "evidence of odor." James loves it. Aaron and Angela say nothing. I could literally end this recap with those two sentences eighty-seven times in a row and you'd get not just the gist but the entire enchilada. So it's a courtroom scene, where the man of the family is charged with stinking up his home, but then thanks to [the deodorizing product, which we're going to call... what's something I like that deserves this kind of hype? Friday Night Lights], is proven not guilty. So if your target audience is women who enjoy being lied to by their husbands, you're Turning Gold. James will be directing, Stefani will be doing everything else; Aaron and Angela are in charge of staring into space and not speaking.
Stefani rocks out with the actors and timelines and all the Stefani stuff; she interviews that this is so totally superteam because they're both doing what they're best at, and she's right: Stefani's doing everything, and James is talking about how great he is. Two areas of expertise. And James will beat her, if there's really only one Apprentice, because that's the one skill that trumps all the others, on this show. She arranges actors, lunches, all things, with a wave of her hand. Angela interviews that Stefani is a magical being who bleeds Outlook, and who juggles all "thousand" deadlines as though it were nothing: "She's on it." Angela notes how Stefani can see "the whole picture" while dealing magnificently with all the parts of that picture -- she's a "dark horse" and virtually unknown by the people of earth, but she is finally shining. James interviews about how awesome he is, and how creative he is, and how much he needs people to understand how awesome he is. He's like, "I know ZERO about directing commercials! And yet I am awesome! And so CREATIVE!" OMG James you're not creative. It's not even the brass ring you should be reaching for, because it has zero capital behind it with this show. And yet it's this weird thing he keeps trying to push down your throat, how he's this creative genius who can't even stop himself. It wouldn't be so weird except how he seems like he's always on about it. Stefani, for the eightieth time today, uses her teacher voice and gets everybody moving; Aaron gives his usual wide-eyed cult-susceptible Bambi talk about how no team has ever in the history of teamsmanship gelled quite so wonderfully as the team he's currently on, and wonders how Frank and Nicole can possibly survive.