Athena's phone is ringing. Someone's called for a clean-up. It's the party of five. They want Natalie to take everything. She drops more stuff in their doorway. They ask for more stuff from her, and she brings it back. Annie, meanwhile, is delivering something else to their room. They tell her she's much nicer and more thoughtful than Natalie. She tells them she's Annie and they can make a special request for her. Joan interviews that those gay men ordered a lot of food and drinks. Annie keeps delivering them, and they apparently love her. She says they were pissed at Natalie, but she was proud she was being requested. She even offers to open the beers and pour them.
Clint goes up to the room to find Dennis, then out to the cars. One driver outside says Dennis hasn't returned yet. Clint goes back and tells Brian that the driver told him Dennis is gone, so they should call the driver. Brian's shocked to learn Dennis is having dinner with some of their guests. Brian interviews that he doesn't know what Dennis is doing, but I think he's actually earning back some high ratings that the rest of these guys ruined. Jesse says that working with Dennis is like any other job, where there's some asshole that screws around. He says Dennis wasn't managing them, so they had no problem doing their job with just the other four of them. They continue to find play tickets, make dinner reservations, and order Vinny's box of cannolis. Brian interviews how impressed he is with his teammates. They get every show they asked for, Vinny's cannolis and CD, and all but one restaurant (the one they missed being the one Dennis is socializing to make up for, I believe). Jesse interviews that they're going to win and be stuck with Dennis for another week. Well, worse things have happened. You know, like losing. I wouldn't get too cocky.