Just when their lives were starting to seem comfortable, the How to Make It in America crew reminded us how far they have left to go. Instead of looking for success at parties, they’ve finally realized that the best place to find it is on the street. This level of hustling is nothing new for the show, but its pervasiveness has rarely been made so clear. Whether they were walking various dogs between drug deliveries, strong-arming marketing plans, landing high profile jobs, executing stock trades or trying to sell sweatshirts, it was an around the clock enterprise. For once, Ben was leading the pack. While it may have been Cam’s idea to crash Nancy’s brunch, it was Ben who approached her and got called out for working on a Sunday. It may be easy for a well-off fashion buyer to spend the day hosting brunch in her townhouse, but for an entrepreneur like Ben, that’s out of the question. With this mindset it would seem strange that he opted out of Andy’s promise of a tireless work ethic, but it’s actually quite simple. If Andy really cared, he would’ve been on the street with those samples the moment he got them. Instead, he let them sit in his office. In a city that moves at double time, inaction is the worst possible weakness. Ben may not what the next step is yet, but the only way he’ll ever find it is to keep moving.