Back at Fortitude, it's the end of Day 1, and Stephanie's telling everyone how tomorrow there will be no kissing babies, petting puppies, or listening to customers' jokes. Just tell them you don't have time and send them along. (This is the person Poppy put on sales?) She realizes she sounds like a Nazi, but she doesn't want to lose. Everyone else would sort of like Poppy to step up and tell Stephanie to shut it, but she won't even though she seems to hate Stephanie.
On Day 2, the guys are back at Union Square -- in the spot they gave up to the ladies the previous day -- when the women show up and find them there. Stephanie's pissed, so they decide to "push them out" by setting up right next to them. The guys thinks the women will just lure people in and then they can take their sales from them. Stephanie, who wouldn't know irony if it told her a joke or kissed her baby, says she'd never buy anything from sales people as "aggressive and arrogant" as the guys. It gets very heated between the guys and girls, particularly between Kelly and Steuart. Finally, Poppy decides to leave the guys' area for the last hour of the day. They head to the other side of the park, and start selling great. Poppy's already deciding who her weak sellers are (Liza is the one she mentions) in case she loses.
George shows up at Octane and notices how aggressive the guys are at selling. Which he sees as a good thing, because this is New York City. Fortitude takes their remaining stock at the end of the day to give it away free right in front of Octane's truck, just to take away sales. I get that the strategy here is to keep them from selling, but do they realize they are also keeping themselves from selling by giving it away? They seem pretty proud of the decision to do this, so I'm guessing they're not smart enough to know what they've done. Tyana, in fact, says it was "an amazing last-minute strategy" to ruin Octane's last ten minutes. Knowing Trump like I do, though (and I don't know him at all), I have to think he'll be more impressed with people trying to bring in profit right up to the last minute than with people giving product away free.