In Joan's van, she's calling a friend who knows every impersonator in New York, but his mother has just died. She tells him she's terribly sorry about his mother, but she needs a favor. She's laughing as she asks it, and then he starts cracking up and tells her it's the best call he could have gotten right now. She's calling while the minister is speaking. He says it's the funniest thing in the world, and he'll get someone on it right away. Joan gets off the phone and says she knew he would laugh. They head to their room, which is being decorated as the silent auction goods start arriving: custom dresses, Brett Favre jersey, jewelry. Melissa says the hardest thing for her is that she would like to buy some of it. Clint is recording video for the auction items. Herschel's recording him. They're using the digital frames with his recordings with each auction item. Melissa and Joan are putting together the photo montage of things people share, so they've integrated the product and brand into the party.
Annie's decided to use the frames to show videos from Darfur, to integrate the frames and the charity. She tells Tom she has the time codes for what needs to be cut out of the video. Tom shot the video off the computer screen and then loaded it into the frame. He says this is basically what he's been doing his whole career: shoot stuff with little video cameras. Annie's soon standing over him lecturing him for shooting the whole thing instead of cutting out the stuff she wanted. They disagree on what time codes she gave him. She takes the computer and walks off, saying she hates it when people don't listen. Then she interviews that Tom's a sensitive dude, because she can't tell him how much he sucks or he gets his nose out of joint. But she doesn't know what else she could have done, since he was her last pick. Well, you know, Melissa was still there, and she's actually good. But whatever. Tom heads to Dennis to vent about Annie. Annie's saying no wonder Tom got fired. Tom's venting about her. He tells her to watch the video; it's perfect. He says it's what he does: videos. He says he's not going to tell her how to play poker. He says she doesn't trust and is condescending. She watches the video and says it's fine and thanks him. Dennis laughs.