Kendra, who was in charge of the Best Buy Video Game Championship, had a big potential problem looming. PlayStation, one of the event's main sponsors, was considering pulling out of the tournament. Amy, the company's representative, was not happy with the basement space where all of the PlayStation kiosks were located. Kendra said she completely understood why Amy was upset. The basement "smelled like feet," Kendra admitted. Kendra put Michael in charge of transforming the space. He had a lot of work ahead of him and would be busy setting up displays, signs and gaming stations to save the sponsorship. Michael told Kendra that he had the situation under control.
Tana was in charge of the NYC2012 Athlete Challenge, an exhibition to help bring the 2012 Summer Olympic Games to New York. Tana delegated tasks and put Kristen in charge of the programs, which would include the schedule of the events along with bios of the Olympic athletes who were set to compete in the exhibition. Tana said that the program was important. "We can't screw this one up," she warned. Tana told Brian and Chris to put up banners that represented the Olympic events and countries involved. But Brian and Chris hadn't thought through their process and someone pointed out that the banners weren't hanging quite right. Brian brushed off the comment and declared, "Close enough for government work." In order to match the banners they had just put up, Brian told Chris to take the remaining ones and "…kinda just scatter them around." "We're not going to make them perfect. That way it doesn't look like we screwed up," Brian reasoned. But when Kristen saw how the banners were placed, she tried to take charge. Chris immediately complained to Tana. Brian said that Kristen could take over the banners if she wanted to and he and Chris would go get some sleep. Tana was unable to keep the peace and worried that she couldn't count on her employees during this critical task.
Sleep didn't seem to change things for Tana's group. Early the next morning, Tana got up and tried to rouse her weary troops. But they were too slow in getting up for Tana's liking. When Tana was ready to leave the suite, not all of her employees were - and that infuriated her. Eventually, Tana dragged all of her employees out of Trump Tower and down to the piers.
Under Kendra's leadership, Webster Hall had been infused with a cool, video game atmosphere. In addition, there was a full-size boxing ring being constructed right in the middle of the main ballroom! Kendra said it was a mad rush to please a lot of people in a short amount of time. One of the people Kendra had to please was Amy, who had come by to check out how the PlayStation area had improved. Michael and others had come through and brought the basement area to life. Amy was pleased with the improvements. Kendra also told Amy that they would make sure all of the gamers in the main ballroom knew about the PlayStation area - they would make announcements every five minutes for players to come down to the PlayStation section and there would be signs showing the way. Amy said that Kendra had done a great job; PlayStation would not be pulling its sponsorship.
Final preparations were underway at the Chelsea Piers. The scene was a bit chaotic and Chris told Tana that she had to delegate more responsibility - he said it wasn't clear who was in charge of what. In an interview, Tana said her main problem was that she had to depend on "three idiots" to help her. On the move, Tana met Vinnie from Governor Pataki's office. The Governor was set to make an official appearance and help kick off the event. Vinnie wanted a detailed schedule of the exhibition and a timeline for the Governor. But Tana could provide neither. She admitted that the program with the schedule wasn't ready yet. Vinnie asked when he could have it and Tana told him he'd get a copy when she got it. Vinnie didn't seem satisfied with the answer. Later, Vinnie caught up with Tana and told her that the Governor had just arrived. Tana still didn't have the schedule and Vinnie was not a happy man. Vinnie said the Governor was just waiting around. Tana asked, "Does he want a doughnut and a cup of coffee?" No sooner had Tana ditched Vinnie than one of the NYC2012 representatives pulled Tana aside and said they had a serious problem. The program that Tana had been waiting for was finished and being distributed - but the distribution had to stop immediately. It turned out that Kristen was given personal information about the athletes - not meant to be seen by anyone else - and she had printed it all, verbatim. Tana, much like one of the athletes, literally ran the track to stop the distribution. The NYC2012 representative said that clearly no one had proofed the program. She called the mistake "embarrassing." The representative felt that things were completely out of control.
Trump arrived at the NYC2012 Athlete Challenge and did some hobnobbing with famous Olympic athletes including Michael Phelps, Bart Conner, Justin Gatlin and Nadia Comaneci. Because the Governor hadn't been prepped on what he was supposed to do, Tana filled him in as they walked. Tana told Governor Pataki that he would lead a procession of children, who would be carrying flags representing countries from all over the world. The Governor asked if he could carry the American flag, but no one could find it for him. The Governor and Trump took center stage and Pataki told the crowd that the Summer Games would come to New York. Finally, he declared, "Let the games begin!" The gathered athletes wowed the crowd as they participated in gymnastics, swimming and beach volleyball. Later, the Governor pointed out to Trump that during the procession they had 100 flags from different countries - but no American flag. Trump called that a "big mistake."