Carolyn asks Alex what he thought of the text, and Alex says he thought it was "terrible." Bren points out that Alex never said that before. Trump asks Alex whether the bad text means Bren is at fault more than Chris. Alex says that Chris is more at fault, because Chris saw the final text as well, and should have nixed it. Chris asks why Alex didn't fix it, if the "verbage [sic]" was so awful. He claims that Alex isn't taking responsibility for disliking the text but not saying anything. Trump asks Alex why he didn't say anything about the bad text, and Alex owns up to the fact that he "took a nap" from about 5:15 AM to 6:50 AM. "Saying that you had a nap is probably not a positive thing," Carolyn says sarcastically. Trump asks him why he was napping. Alex starts to answer, but no answer is shown. Honestly, sleeping for an hour and a half doesn't strike me as the most tragically awful thing you can do when you don't even leave the office to do it, but I realize Trump is going for a theme here, and it's not "Make Sure You Get Adequate Sleep."
Chris is asked why they failed at the task, and mentions "the writing." Bren jumps in to complain again about the fact that Chris never objected to anything about the text while Bren was writing it. George doesn't really think it's about the text -- he says that ultimately, it's about decent color and pictures. In addition to the blurry picture, he hates the gray-car, gray-building look.
Trump says to Chris that he finds it rather interesting that anybody could lose six times (before now) and not be fired. Chris insists that the losses have been "the most insane experience" he's ever had. He seems like he's getting...all sniffly again. Trump points out that Chris has always been lucky that someone else has been worse. Chris seems very concerned at this point, as Trump goes to George for an opinion, right in front of the candidates. George says he would fire Chris, and Trump goes to Carolyn. She says that Chris has seven straight losses, and she also thinks he "could have stopped this disaster." So she would fire Chris, too. Wow, did it with the candidates present this time. Interesting choice. ["The episode seemed to be running short, too, so I'm not clear on why that happened. Seems like they would have tried to stretch it a little by sending them out and then back in, but no." -- Sars]