In an interview, Ivana calls Stacie a "loose cannon." Eh. Better that than a dim bulb. "She needs adult supervision," Ivana adds. Insert obvious punch line along the lines of, "Apparently, Ivana will be needing an independent contractor for that."
Night. Mosaic's FST returns to S5, and it meets with the sales team. Raj wants to know if the ice cream tastes good. "You could put dog feces in that ice cream and it's going to taste good," Pamela comes back. Um. True? Crude? Both, I think. The FST asks how the sales team did, and the sales team is forced to break the news that it could have made the same progress by hanging upside-down in the closet singing "Waltzing Matilda" all day. Kelly interviews that this was very disappointing to him, and "lowered Wes's value" in his eyes. Wes tells the team in S5 that he isn't sure that the whole restaurant thing is even worthwhile, given the trouble they've had rustling up any interest. Raj confirms in his interview that all of Wes's efforts came to completely no result. In the suite, he advocates just selling on the street and forgetting all the tricky stuff. Andy comes up with the idea of choosing a charity and donating a part of the proceeds, saying that it will motivate more people to buy. Ah, greed and philanthropy: the Goofus and Gallant of the Family of Ulterior Motives. They start talking about charities, and Kevin says, "I'm a Leukemia Society guy, unless you guys have other charities..." Everyone nods, and Kevin says, "My brother had it, so." There's a pause. Wes does the not-sure-what-to-say routine, and finally says, "Did he make it?" "Yeah, we did a bone marrow transplant," Kevin says. Wes's eyes widen. "He was supposed to die," Kevin adds simply. Wes interviews that Kevin's brother had a long battle with this particular disease, and then in a moment that really made me laugh, Wes says, "So it's even extra motivation and real-life motivation, for Kevin." I love how the opportunity to help a charity wasn't motivation for anyone else. I mean, as Wes was saying that, I thought he was winding up to say it inspired all of them, and then...not.