Inside Webster Hall, Kendra is shown around the venue. She sees the main ballroom where the main event will be. Apparently, Electronic Arts is providing a game, Fight Night Round 2, that they're using for the tournament. So...everybody plays a new game for the tournament? I'm not sure I get it, but for God's sake, don't email me. The team is then taken to the basement, as Kendra interviews that the platform they're using for the game is the PlayStation 2. So apparently, it's an EA game, but you play it on a PlayStation. (Right? Right.) Kendra tells us that she has a lot of logistics to work out, which is...kind of how these final tasks always are, of course.
A little amusingly, Erin interviews, "If you can manage us, you can handle the Trump organization." She adds, "However, if you can manage Chris, Brian, and Kristen? You might deserve the Medal of Honor."
And that, predictably, takes us over to Tana's team, where she is meeting the group at Chelsea Piers. Again, hugs are exchanged. "We were hoping it was you, congratulations!" Kristen says. So apparently, they left for this before Craig joined the group, if he ever did? Anyway, Tana says that she has "the three most explosive personalities that ever existed," which isn't true, but all right. "You have a team here that love each other," Kristen says with sarcasm that flies right over Tana's head. "Oh, gooooood!" Tana coos with a giant, toothy grin. "Is that true, Brian?" she asks. "I'm glad you feel that way, Kristen," he growls. Heh. Kristen explains about the event and how it's to promote the Olympic thing and so forth. Chris and Tana chat about the layout of the "greeting area" and stuff, and Kristen tells us that there will be gymnastics, track, beach volleyball, and some other stuff. "It's huge," she says. She has learned well from Trumpy-Wan.
Tana meets up with Erica, who is from the venue, it appears. She takes the team for a tour as Tana interviews that she has to turn Chelsea Piers "into an Olympic ring, more or less." In a team meeting, Tana tells the team what seems to be her most important point: they should feel free to make decisions without her. Huh? Granted, it seems to be about fairly small and stupid things, to the point where Chris and Kristen seem to be openly laughing at Tana as she seriously intones that when she puts you in charge of balloons, you can run with that and make all the strategic balloon-related decisions you think are necessary. "I respect that, Tana," Brian says, and Chris laughs some more. "Feel free to make any decision on my behalf," she says. I think that may be over-delegating, considering the stupidity of these people. Tana returns in her interview to an overly chipper "We'll do the best we can!" attitude.