Martha and Charles collectively dump on Dawn, but Charles adds that Bethenny and Leslie are also at fault. Martha doesn't like Dawn's attitude.
The troublesome trio go back into the conference room. Leslie attacks Bethenny's part in the furniture-getting. In turn, Bethenny attacks Leslie's time management because it was the only task they didn't actually complete. Bethenny also brings up the fact that Leslie told her she was the strongest member of the team, so she doesn't understand why she's there in the first place. She does say that Leslie brought her in to specifically help get rid of Dawn. Charles points out that she's there because the furniture never arrived, "and you might have won the task if the furniture arrived." Yeah, what did happen to the furniture? Why aren't we ever going to find that out? It's ironic that there's supposed to be more suspension of disbelief for a reality show than there is for fiction-based shows. I mean, leave a bit of explanation out of Star Trek and we all go ballistic. Leave fairly crucial explanation out of The Apprentice: Martha Stewart and we all shrug, "Eh. It's a reality show."