Chris and Alex go over to a nearby construction site and offer some of the guys a deal for the next day. They wind up selling six pizzas for delivery. Now, remember, the training facility is in Brooklyn, so that's where the pizzas are going to have to come to the next day. All that for...an order of six pizzas. Not to pooh-pooh initiative, but that seems like a pretty dumb idea.
Magna is at a Domino's discussing possibilities for their pizza. Bren says something about barbecue sauce, a truly heinous notion unique to the red states, I think, and then he voices over that he wanted to be project manager to show Trump that he's "a winner," and he also wants the exemption. Interestingly, just like Net Worth, Magna has returned to the idea of meatball pizza, just like Trump wanted. Kendra keeps talking about something pepperoni-based, and then they discuss pepper steak, and Philly steak, and somehow, Craig and Kendra are having some huge power smackdown that only they seem to know about, which I think is an exploration of whether it's really small-minded of her to think everyone likes pepperoni. And I have no idea whether that's supposed to be a metaphor. I don't know, Craig seems...mad? About something she's saying about pepperoni? It's very confusing. Tana interviews that Craig and Kendra were kind of acting freaky, which was frustrating her, because it is pizza, and you don't agonize over it, you just make it. "This isn't rocket scientist [sic]," she says, stepping on her own point and crushing it like a meringue. Tana goes on to describe to the team a meatball pizza with provolone and an overload of the word "saucy," interviewing that this was the result of her "Italian heritage." She says that being in the pizza kitchen at Domino's was just like her "grandma's kitchen." In fact, she says she dedicated the Domino's pizza to her grandmother. (Grandma: "Oh, thanks. You don't want to throw in some Spaghetti-Os? Because that would really honor my Italian ass.") And then Tana abruptly tells the team they can call it "Meatball Mangia." The team will take it, and Tana says her ass was on the line and that she hopes "the son of a bitch will sell tomorrow." Wow, profane! But she's grinning all toothy, so it's okay. They are in agreement at last.