Penn has to leave for a comedy show in the middle of the task, so he's going to try to front-load his contribution. Lou sells his knee-replacement story to the Walgreens execs as one about learning to love walking. It IS pretty great, walking. Penn's idea is to highlight all the things you can do while walking. Lisa loves Penn as a teammate though she still sees Lou as a lump and Dayana as an annoying idiot. Penn doesn't dig Lou once again being the PM AND the focal point of the presentation, but after that story he told got the Walgreens execs all misty, that's absolutely the way they have to go. Penn basically puts the whole presentation together, and then leaves for his show.
Penn's absence is felt, particularly by Lisa, who starts to get more and more frustrated, as is her wont. Dee's job is to oversee the membership kit redesign, and he's going a bit safe. Don Jr. shows up and underlines that the boys like Dayana much better than her old teammates did (indeed, Dee can't say enough nice things about her, scoring an across-the-room eye roll from Lisa every time). The team's slogan ("Walk and Do It All") is pretty terrible, and their design of listing all the gerundial words you could do while talking ("talking...joking...working...") gets a bit crude and unpleasant ("itching...scratching...yelling"), but no one objects all that strenuously to it (though, to her credit, Dayana does try to bring it up).