Kinetic, of course, is merrily rocking out as Aimee once again wanders aimlessly, talking to the cardboard standups of Sarah Michelle Gellar and Lucy Lawless at the Suncoast, trying on hats at Lord & Taylor, going for a ramble through the camping display at Macy's, spearing koi, being racially color-blind, being actually blind, bumping into things, wiggling her eyebrows at little kids, blowing up balloons, singing Yoko at the karaoke place, whatever. They get the whole kiosk together, in a tropical theme just like every week, there's mango and papaya all jacked up on top of everything, and Aimee wanders up finally and has a long conversation with a plastic blow-up octopus, takes it over to Jenn and makes Jenn talk to the octopus, decides she doesn't like the octopus, it's a bad octopus, thinks about calling a vote about the octopus, wanders away again mid-sentence to tell Angela about how there was an octopus and she didn't like the octopus so she took it over to Jenn and they discussed having a meeting about the octopus, and that was their meeting about the octopus, so now I guess she's having a meeting with Angela about the meeting about the octopus that she just had with Jenn, and all around her, the other members of Kinetic are actually doing shit. Heidi walks the exec through the task. Jenn interviews that Aimee is "bossy and dumb" and that you can't really be led by a person who makes one decision all day, especially when that one decision involves thirteen meetings about a plastic pink octopus.
James and Frank and Nicole run around with flyers and stuff, and Tim's on the high-tech video screen ad walls talking about the raffles, and Bret watches as James sells his ass off, Stefani continues to be awesome, Frank rocks -- and tells the camera, of course, about a billion times about how great he is, and refers to himself, of course, about a thousand times as "Frankie Suits" -- and Nicole and Tim are awesome. James and Tim have a little meeting about how Surya has once again disappeared, and James interviews about how as usual, God knows what he's doing, and as usual, Surya's wandering around not selling a damn thing. Surya interviews about his amazing salesmanship and how it's never been easier, as played of course against footage of Surya striking out probably fifty times with his negative charisma, retiring manner, off-putting demeanor, and total lack of hustle or friendliness.