Now, an hour and twelve minutes into this episode, the event finally begins. Nene shrieks at people walking by, and lures them inside her trailer. Niki accidentally tells people this is the 20the-century Camping World experience. Marlee's much better at presenting, and jokes with everyone about the RV's stereo, which isn't for her, since she's deaf. They all laugh. Backbone opens up for their tours, too. They wanted them to feel like people were really traveling in them currently. The tour starts in the cheaper RV and ends in the $200,000 RV, led by Mark. John thinks that they have a great idea of what Camping World offers by the end. A customer interviews that he thought they did a great job.
ASAP's tour is all about the 21st-century experience. Star and La Toya have it down, but Niki's still calling it the 20th century, and Hope just greets people and doesn't tell them where to go next. One customer says that sort of turned her off. Dionne approaches Niki and asks where Hope is. She says Hope's supposed to be at her trailer, and where is she. Niki tells Dionne to talk to her like she's an adult. Which wouldn't be a problem if you acted like an adult. Having an altercation like this in front of all the customers sitting around looks like a huge problem for Niki. Dionne calls her on it to the camera: If she wants to be treated like an adult, she should act like one instead of "namby-pamby, I'm so cute" crap. Agreed. Not that I like Dionne any more than I like Niki.
Marcus shows up, and John sings him a song about Camping World, which Marcus clearly loves. When it ends, Meat Loaf even gets in a quick shout of the website. Busey gives Marcus a tour of the $14,000 trailer and then sends him to Meat Loaf at the $200,000 trailer. They both really hit the Camping World branding stuff hard. Marcus asks what's behind the door they hung their banner over. Instead of doing the smart thing and saying, "Let me show you," Meat Loaf acts stupid and like he doesn't know, so Marcus steps away to let them figure it out. It's a TV, so that you can watch it even when you're outside. You know, like real camping. The Trump kind, probably. Meat Loaf realizes they've probably lost now, and Mark tells him saying he has no clue makes them look like idiots.