Bret's drawn a diagram of his idea, which he starts out by saying, "It scares kids, but it doesn't freak 'em out. Big difference." Bret fills us in on how creative he is. Tenacity, meanwhile, doesn't have a real strong creative force working in New York, partially because of their tension. They're going with her diagram to come up with the basic concept, and trying to work together without scratching each other's eyes out. Summer says it's a lot different without your PM here, so you find yourself sitting around a lot. Bret's trying to explain to RockSolid and the fabricators what he wants, but no one really understands him. Michael thinks they're all the way back to Square One.
Tenacity. Maria explains the task, and she seems to get it, so Selita did communicate well. They're trying to decide on props, which leads to more bickering. Selita calls, and they want her approval on stuff. They don't need wands, because Selita has those. Good to know. Back with RockSolid, Bret's having a change of heart when he realizes how small the space is. Rod calls and wants to talk to Bret. He tells him what they have to do, but not really. When Bret asks if he should make it interactive or something to look at, he's like, "Whatever you think, Bret. But don't let it be a flop." Bret finally gets it together and tells them what to do, and the builders are happy that Bret finally knows what he wants. The guys jump in to help them build. Rod calls the guys again before the return flight, but then sleeps on the plane. Selita, meanwhile, is writing her team's storyline.
Tenacity. Sharon's coughing and sick, and the sawdust isn't helping. And then George shows up to check on them. George! He tells them their decisions are very bold, and he can't believe how cool, calm, and collected they are. He thinks it will be great if they can pull it off. Erin Burnett from CNBC is Trump's eyes and ears this time, and Bret thinks she's hot and beautiful and smart and beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. That's basically what he says. He fills her in on his haunted house idea, and doesn't know if she loves or hates it. Erin asks about Rod, but then can't believe that he doesn't know how to e-mail. Bret says his head's on the chopping block for sure, if this fails.
Tenacity. The builders are putting together their 3-D display, which has you walking through a dragon's mouth to enter. They're very interested in seeing what Selita has to say when she comes back. Meanwhile, at RockSolid, Bret's happy with his display, but is nervous and hopes Rod likes it. Bret tells Curtis he'll take the fall if this fails. Curtis thinks maybe Rod did this on purpose -- putting Bret on the line -- since he's a politician. Rod and Selita arrive back at Teterboro, and Rod wakes up and moseys around, while Selita's eager to get back. Rod's so happy to see how good the exhibit's looking, as Bret and Goldberg are working hard. But Rod's less happy to find Curtis and Michael eating ribs, since he thinks Bret and Goldberg could use more help. Selita's a little less happy with hers, and makes changes and bosses everyone around, but they're happy to have her. She's going to do the presentation. Rod wants his presentation to be less scripted and more improv, and they'll hand out candy, since it's kids. Michael wants it to be theatrical, but Rod just wants to ad-lib a bunch of stuff. Curtis tells us the plan is that there isn't a fucking plan. His words.