Indeed, Angie is of the Pushy School of Project Managing, directing everyone to put their attention where she wants it for the next five minutes. Tana says that Angie, on the day of the task, will be "my mother, Thanksgiving Day morning." Hee hee. She anticipates stress, but says "we'll see how it goes." We will, indeed. And remember: it's okay to burn the biscuits; everyone can scrape off the black parts. Angie does a little nascent freestyle white-lady-rapping as we leave this segment, and the less said about that, the better.
Over at Magna, Stephanie is working on getting an event planner, because they've decided to "outsource" the entire thing to somebody who can do all the details. Hmm. But she's having trouble, because she's not even sure what she's supposed to be doing, and there's chaos, because "Danny is not controlling the team." And Bren is chewing on a chair, I believe. No, really. In a callback to shows past, Stephanie seems to be making some of her phone calls from under the table. Scary when you remember things you'd rather forget, isn't it? She gets on the phone with a planner who tells her that his quote for the entire thing is $47,000. Of their $75,000 budget, that is. Alex says that in the face of this decision, Danny basically was paralyzed. When the planner tells them that he's going to fax them over an agreement, and they will have sixty seconds to sign it, Danny balks, saying "that's impossible." I wouldn't deal with anyone who gave me sixty seconds either, I don't think. Stephanie gets pissed off, because she thinks Danny's going to give up the event planner and they have no way to fill that slot, because they have "not even an idea." Unable to figure out what to do, Danny puts the event planner to a group vote. But the group doesn't want to vote, and Alex puts it back on Danny to make the call. Alex tells us in an interview that Danny put them in a bad position with regard to the time limitations by refusing to get on the stick until the time was ticking away. Ultimately, Danny does decide to go with the planner and pay him his exorbitant sum, so they're giving up the great majority of their budget without really even knowing what the guy is going to do. And then in an interview, Stephanie brings back the popular non-word "unorganized," which we know that the candidates always love so much. The fax machine fatefully sends the planner agreement, dun-dun-dun!