Six hours in, the guys finally settle on a character -- a family woman who gets sucked into the computer and comes out a superhero? The idea is that she gets her power from the website. They work with the cartoonist to finalize the look of the character. Jesse and Dennis head off to design the costume. Erin Burnett comes to check on them and realizes in short order that they're a bunch of fuck-ups. She heads out, and Clint points out that they need a character name. This inspires Tom to start haphazardly screaming out Z names. Scott and Clint are not amused and basically ignore him while they finish up the story arc. At the last minute, Scott make his first PM decision: The character's name will be EEE, which stands for their motto, "Everything. Everywhere. Every time." Fair enough. And yet? Not a name. Tom pushes for a Z name once again, but is shot down. He states for the record that EEE is a lame non-name and makes fun of them a bunch to their faces. Clint even admits that it's a craptastic name, but he resolves to be loyal to the PM.
Somewhere else in Manhattan, Joan and the ladies visit the costume shop. Natalie admits she thinks the pleather Striperella costume is a little extreme. Do they make argyle pleather? That might be more up her alley. The guys march their parade of disorganization down to Brooklyn to make their costume. While Dennis puts together an ensemble for Saturday night, Jesse capitalizes on his design skills to design the outfit with Brian. Scott calls them to explain the ridiculous name he has chosen in a moment of panic. Needless to say, they're all, "Huh?"
Night falls, and the women are still in the war room. Claudia has mysteriously fallen ill. Suddenly, I know why homegirl's so thin, because she looks like she is going through some serious withdrawal. She asks if she can leave early, despite the fact she's delivering the presentation tomorrow. Annie shits all over that decision. What else is new?
Over at Kotu, Tom nances around annoying everyone and/or being ignored and/or making hilarious reaction faces. He questions calling the character EEE yet again. Scott looks at him, like, "Are you really going there? Now? Again?" Scott dons his martyr hat, claiming that Tom is his Achilles' heel and that he's had to suffer in silence. Or you could be the PM and tell him to shut up and sit down. Since he's obviously adding nothing of value to this room, Tom heads to another room for the explicit purpose of performing a dramatic monologue replete with arm waving and observations that EEE is a bra size, not a name. Good point, actually. [You know your team is screwed when Tom Green is the one making the most sense. - Angel]