Tom has lost his main investor and wants to leave the restaurant industry before really giving it a chance.
Craig has to keep it together in the face of very strange requests during his interview to be the sommelier for Tom’s Bistro
Ben and Tom aren’t happy with the high tent prices and add-ons at one tent rental shop, so they try to go to a competitor only to find that all of the tent rental places have the same owner who is happy to exploit his market power.
Ron’s chair becomes popular after being featured in Bloosh, and Annabelle wants to talk about licensing his designs and scaling up production.
Tom gets an offer that someone is interested in buying his business. After some though, Tom chooses not to sell his clothing rental business and then finds out that the potential buyer will now try to drive him out of business by setting up across the street. Monopolistic competition allows for easy entry and exit into a market that is profitable and results in a reduction in long term profits.
Tom incentives the department to come to his club and try his newest drink by threatening to place them on his “done-zo” list. The P&R crew decides to go to the Snake Hole Lounge to try Tom’s new drink, but instead they all have a bit too much and go through the next day feeling terrible.
Tom fancies himself an entrepreneur and lists off a variety of different business ideas he has. Throughout the show, Tom is always coming up with different business ideas, but this is just a subset of his ideas that he names during the premier of his alcoholic beverage, Snake Juice.