Remaining contestants use steaming heaps of garbage and rotting food to create art, which they must then sell at an art gallery opening.
The CEO takes the eight remaining contestants on a retreat, where he makes them sit in a sweat lodge while dressed in full business attire; the challenge is to protect the boss and complete an obstacle course as N. Paul Todd shoots his paintball gun.
The boss decides to reorganize the teams based on physical appearance; contestants must sell phony products like reusable toilet paper and tampons made from twigs and berries at a Chicago flea market.
The guys team is irritated when Mr. N. Paul Todd ditches them; the contestants are told to create a loveable mascot for a river-polluting chemical company.
Mr. N. Paul Todd's wife accuses a contestant of wanting to sleep with her husband; contestants must sell soup during a hot Chicago day.
Twelve overachieving business professionals arrive to compete in frustrating and ridiculous challenges, including panhandling for spare change, in hope of winning a lucrative job with billionaire N. Paul Todd.