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Of the 21 teams that began the day, 15 have completed the project on time, with two coming in too late to compete. One team succumbs to Boye's technical-difficulties curse by bringing a DVD in the wrong format.
The results are wildly different. There's a murder plot, a couple of action films, and some general cinematic weirdness. But a comedy comes away with top honors. A team called Shantrim wins with an uproarious, SNL-parody-quality infomercial for a company that stalks clients in order to make them feel important. One testimonial features a woman marveling that her stalker photographed her flossing while she drove down the highway.
Harvey admires the film and the team that made it. He and his Hellions go home empty-handed.
"Am I surprised? No. No, I mean, I would have liked to [have won]," Harvey says while collecting his DVD from the pile of entries. "It's a great day, a good night, great people to play with."
But Boye and his team also fail to place, which only fuels the Boye-Harvey rivalry.
"I think the battle rages on," Boye says the next afternoon. "Either that, or we could form a supergroup and set out to destroy everybody."