Speaking of which, later we see Bernard and Theresa post-coitus, and she mentions she has to meet with Ford the next day and see if she can buy some time, because the board has to approve his huge narrative plan. Bernard tells her to not cross her arms when talking to Ford, and also to avoid putting clothes on hosts, or he'll get super mad.
That narrative plan is very visible when they meet at some restaurant, which might overlook agave plants, but I'm not a botanist. Giant rock-eating machines and groups of hosts with pickaxes work on a giant hole, and Ford and Theresa talk. He says he knows she thinks he's gone mad and lost his way, and she says she's merely concerned with the extent of the changes being made.
And then Ford pulls some Zach Morris time-out magic shit. He talks about Arnold and how they made 100 hopeful storylines, but Arnold had a dim view of people, and begged Ford not to let the "money men" into the park, but Ford was convinced that the money people wouldn't see the bigger picture. Theresa looks at him, and Ford appears to have hit the pause button on the entire park. The waiter serving them the wine keeps pouring wine into a glass until it overflows and empties. Everyone else is frozen.