Pauly has approached Arsenio and basically said he wants to be put to work. Lisa suggests he start fund raising so he and Teresa both jump on the horn. Ivanka walks in to check on the team and she seems impressed at their early on lead in fundraising. Lisa, by the way, had a bunch of money lined up for when she got to the finale, so she’s sending that 60K Arsenio’s way. Ivanka also feels they have a solid concept with their PSA and their comedic angle.
Sometimes when I gaze upon her beauty, I feel a sense of tranquility.
Is that some kind of sedating power to obtain victims more easily?
Clay and Debbie are going over the songs she is creating for their medly. Her plan is for her and Dee to start off singing Baby Love by the Supremes. Dee looks horrified.
“If you told me I would be singing Baby Love with Debbie Gibson
in the 1980′s, I would have punched you in the face.”
Bwahahahaha! Oh if only there was time travel.
I’m not sure picking a song about heart break is a good idea for an event that focuses on children usually left out. No one seems to be considering that, though. Aubrey probably has but her sails seem to have deflated since she was fired.
Dee wishes he could sing Highway to Hell, but he already can see this variety show is going in a direction he doesn’t want and won’t like. But he is certainly willing to do it, since he’s already worn a dress for charity.
DJ shows up to check on Team Clay and he is looking very fine again today.
It’s definitely the tie that makes him look dorky.
DJ says the team is definitely very strong but he’s worried that he hasn’t seen any fund raising attempts yet.
Both teams have arrived to check out their space. They each have a long white hall that is completely a blank slate. Arsenio is managing in a delegatory style, so he happily leaves the task of decorating and catering in Teresa and Lisa’s hands. Meanwhile, Aubrey is going a mile a minute with her ideas for Clay.
We’re going to have games and stilt walkers and
custom circus outfits and a balloon arch…
Hold on now, who has time to sew and blow up balloons?
Crap, he doesn’t love it.
Aubrey is still going a mile a minute and starts talking about picking up paint. Clay says he doesn’t want to paint because they don’t have time. Aubrey argues that if each person on the team recruited five people to help them paint, the whole thing could be done in no time.
I don’t think Debbie likes Aubrey stealing all the attention.
So I know Clay didn’t want to paint, but there was a lot of focus on Aubrey,
so I decided to call my cousin the mural painter and she’s assembling
a team to decorate our walls right now.
Clay says he will okay the mural if he can see a concept drawing first. Debbie agrees to get one.
It’s the next day and Clay, Dee and Penn are hunting down a location to shoot the children for the PSA add. They thought they would be able to make quick work of it by shooting in a baseball field, but unfortunately, they seem to have located the homeless latrine park and can’t stand the smell. There are also sound issues, so they are going to have to waste more time hunting for a better spot.
Arsenio’s team is at a studio to shoot their 1980′s PSA ad. Arsenio has assigned Adam to direct the video, which is a good idea, since he’ll also be directing his guys on the West coast to handle the Magic Johnson shoot.
Desperately Seeking Susan 30 years later.
Desperately Seeking a location in the here and now.
Bless Paul’s heart for always agreeing to be a fish out of water.
Yeah, this was in my closet. What’s your point?