Also new is a sequence in which Bren and Danny go out with a U-Haul to retrieve furniture from a place that Kendra apparently tracked down as a source of all the furniture for their fourteen rooms. The problem, as it turns out, is that the pickup is two hours away, so they're losing several hours of person-power in order to get the deal. Danny guitar-terviews that he and Bren knew that if they didn't get back with the furniture in time for the guests to arrive, there would be a lot of awkward pauses as the guests were told, "And this is where the bed...would be." At any rate, apparently, the fellas do a fair amount of driving aimlessly around various parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania as Bren observes that "these Yankees are crazy with how they design their roads." Hey, that's nothing, compared to Jesse Ventura's one-time proclamation that the roads in downtown St. Paul were designed by drunken Irishmen. Which in turn was not up there with the time he announced his desire to be reincarnated as a double-D bra, but still pretty impressive, headline-wise. (Oh, how I miss the Jesse days. NOT.) At any rate, Danny and Bren get running a little late, and interestingly enough, on the way back, they discuss the absurdity of exactly the situation that will eventually occur and become highly controversial, which is Michael getting immunity for a win when they both think he is a royally crap-ass project manager. "If we win, it will be in spite of Michael," Bren declares. Bren goes on to say that for another $3,000, they could have had all the furniture delivered, but apparently, Michael -- referred to here as "shit-for-brains" in a nicely retro insult befitting a prosecutor in a bow tie -- decided that it was too much to spend.
Anyway, Magna made friends with all the guests who stayed with them, and there was this awesome kegger, and Magna totally won. In the Boardroom, we return to the weird moment in which we first saw Chris's temper, after he flared up with Angie over not being experienced with construction. They at least make it look here like his later-buddy John is about to crawl under the table from fear as Chris yells that he's not a "hands-on" guy with building, and he never said he was. AAAAAIIIEEE! He is a live one, certainly. You can see why Trump thought it would be sort of funny to ask him if he's gay. But anyway, Brian said he himself should be fired, so he was. Which was oddly anticlimactic, and made it seem like he thought there was another step with a physical challenge or voting or something. Brian tells us in his after-the-fact justification-terview that he "was an all-star" at the motel task, despite the fact that everyone hated him, his team lost, he argued for his own departure, and his team never took the plastic off the mattresses. Brian also adds that Trump should hire him back. I don't want to say he shouldn't hold his breath, but...yeah.