Now, Net Worth meets with the BK VP. They share their "Wanted: Dead or Alive" idea, and says they're giving away the trip. "And you're able to fund that?" the guy asks. "Absolutely," John says confidently. As if to underscore this, they call a person I guess is a travel agent, directly from the VP's office. It sounds like the guy quotes Tana a price of $201, which I assume has to be per ticket? Or something? Anyway, she finds out that he'll be "open" until 10:00 PM, so they can come pick up the tickets. We then follow Kristen and Tana on this little trip, and it turns out that the travel agent works out of his apartment, where he lives with his little dog. Kristen disapproves of buying things out of people's apartments. And...yeah, maybe, but with plane tickets...I mean, I buy all my plane tickets out of my own apartment at this point. Why couldn't I buy them from someone else's? Now, the part where the dog pees on Tana's foot, I'm a little more sympathetic about. Because that's no fun. I think they're happy to leave.
Danny and Stephanie are in the weeds, marketing-wise. Danny tells us that he's "the out-of-the-box guy," and he's looking for something great, and he always pushes himself, blah blah blah. He comes up with the words "Triple Play," and then they call Todd to tell him that the theme will be baseball, around the idea of a triple play. Todd loves it. He interviews that he put his faith in Danny and Stephanie, and they ultimately delivered. Or at least they delivered something. And Todd thinks the triple play is "a brilliant concept." Listen. Listen! Hear it? Todd's head: "[Faint whistle.]"
Todd then conducts a meeting at the BK, voicing over that the team is very united right now, and they're all working to win the task. And believe it or not, there's another team cheer. Of "UNBELIEVABLE!" I'm starting to understand how crowds used to do things like set hunchbacks' mansions on fire.
Net Worth holds a meeting with the existing staff of the BK, and John starts with what I think is a pretty good line of discussion by asking how many of the crew members have graduated from college. Predictably, none. "Well, guess what. None of us have, either," he says. He gives a pep talk about how they have to kick the asses of the "doctorate, MBA, Harvard, crazy education" (not) types who are working down the street. He says they'll have some fun proving that the smarty-pants types aren't as smart as they think.