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).
Lisa finds herself in the position of being Lou-wrangler, and she's all too happy to send him out with Dayana on a late-night mission to find their Miss Universe a one-piece bathing suit to wear to the presentation, as the poor little bird only owns thongs. Once they're gone, Lisa talks mad shit to Dee re: Dayana, but Dee won't sign on, which makes Lisa even angrier.
At the presentation the next day, Penn returns and doesn't miss a beat. Well, one beat, but we'll get to that. Lou is a double edged sword as a spokesman: he's the personal perspective the team needs, but he can't talk worth a damn. The Walgreens people and Alison Sweeney eat it up, though. Lisa's just happy he stuck to the script. So the team members do all the "-ing" stuff you can do while walking (Penn juggles; Dayana...is a giggly, dumb pageant queen, I guess; Lisa goes on a "date" with an audience member and cracks jokes at him). It all seems fun enough. There is the moment when Penn says "Wal-Mart" instead of Walgreens which, I have to admit, is totally a mistake I would make. Alison Sweeney actually gasps, which I love, partially because that's how I envision her Days character Sami Brady will react when her son comes out to her on the show. (You guys should maybe be watching Days. Lisa Rinna is back on it!) Anyway, Dayana makes the save by doing some goofy ditzy pageant shtick, which is to totally up Trump's alley. I wonder if I'm overrating Aubrey's chances and underrating Dayana's, because Trump is all about the kind of stuff she does. After the presentation, Allison points out the weird gerunds behind the signage (itching and such). And I just want to reiterate, even if the judges won't, that "Walk and Do It All" is just the worst slogan.