In the back, Otto announces that he is bowing out and makes the "I'm very passionate about what I do" speech that they all make in the end. Mia looks like she's crying. During the speech, Ted Ilan throws Marisa an accusatory look. Marisa doesn't look up. When Otto is done speechifying, Ted Ilan leads a round of applause. Otto hugs everyone, including Marisa who actually looks truly upset.
In a very loud pin-striped zoot suit, Otto tells us he made an error in judgment, but he is going to press on and keep pursuing his dreams of ending hunger in this country and the world.
Next week: Michael waxes profane and, I swear, Colicchio better not be wearing what looks like an animal print shirt over a wifebeater or I'm gouging out my eyes.