Athena planning room. Tionne tells Joan to be checkout and concierge (which she pronounces "CON-shee-airs"). She tells Annie to be bell person and room service. Natalie's in the kitchen. She put herself in housekeeping and room service. Melissa's housekeeping and swing (which means wherever she's needed). Brande's housekeeping and room service. Brande interviews that Tionne did a great job, since she actually assigned tasks. Natalie interviews that they've all stayed at some of the best hotels in the world, so they want to give their guests that experience. They're giving all sorts of goodies and gift baskets. Joan calls herself a hotel whore, and says she likes it when they give her something free. Who doesn't? That's why I take the soap.
Brian, Dennis and Clint are at Carnegie Deli getting cookies for the guests. Clint says it was just fast and furious, and they headed back. In the van, Dennis says he has two Ferraris coming, and Brian says no. Dennis says he has one, then. Brian says no again. He asks what's the point of having cars parked in the front of the hotel if the people will be inside, and Dennis screams, "People look at cars! People look at people!" He says they look at his ass all the time. Brian thinks it's dumb for them to arrive, see a car, and go inside -- especially since both teams' guests will see them. Brian thinks the Mercedes that will actually transport the guests are more important. Brian says Ferraris sitting out front aren't customer service, so he'll have to veto him. [Wait, team members get veto power? A. Why didn't Dennis use it more often? B. Why isn't Dennis ignoring Brian and getting the cars anyway? And C. why doesn't Brian shut the hell up and let Dennis make some decisions? Brian got his check last week! - Zach] Dennis swears a lot. Brian tells him this is still their task, and he wants to win. Dennis continues to be bleeped by the censors. Then he interviews that Brian thinks anything he says goes, even though he doesn't know what he's talking about. Brian's never done advertising or marketing, and Dennis has. Back in the van, Dennis telling them that he's trying to do different stuff, and they don't get it. Brian's condescending, saying he's trying to tell Dennis what the task's about. Dennis says he knows what it's about. Brian interviews that as much as he'd like to give up on Dennis, he wants to win, so will do anything he can. In the van, Dennis says that since Brian knows everything, maybe he should do everything and take over. [Great, Brian, just great. - Z]