Annie lets Stephen into his room, and he ominously tells her he'll speak with her soon. He immediately goes to the window and tells the camera he's not sure he likes his view, which isn't Park Avenue. It's "crappy 61st Street, with a hot dog vendor." He calls Joan to complain. He would like her to come and look at the view and tell him if he should stay here. She bullshits that she knows his view, which is a New York City view. She says it's not about Park Avenue, but about privacy, with the annoyance and noise of Park Avenue. He's jotting it down in his room, and sort of smirking like she's crazy. He tells her he might change his mind, but he guesses he'll stay put for now. He gets off the phone, and tells the camera he doesn't like his view. One of the KOTU guests finds a card that says to enjoy these amenities with their compliments, and he's all, "What amenities?" Then another guy calls Brian and asks how they're coming with those reservations. He says he has his guy working on it and will have an answer in fifteen minutes. They've now been waiting a half-hour for wine, and they start complaining about that.
Athena fields a couple of guest phone calls. Australian wife would like a booking at Morimoto. Joan will let her know. She interviews that she'd like being a concierge, because it's a challenge and it's different every time the phone rings. The guy who's having dinner for five in his room would like to go to a peep show. Joan tells him she has plenty of those connections. Then she starts calling people, trying to fill all the requests. She's basically calling in favors. She explains how great it is to have connections. She got the Morimoto reservation, the Gypsy tickets, and finds a couple of peep shows. She gets Stephen Baldwin his own table at the cabaret. She tells the camera she's a damned good concierge, then says that you'd think they'd tip her, but she hasn't made a penny.