Alex and Chris bring Bren to Net Worth, and the three guys agree they should have a yooge advantage when trying to sell a new Pontiac roadster, because who ever heard of girls knowing anything about cars? Duh! Things get hot at Magna when Craig and Tana, feeling their oats far too much after a couple of victories at the new camp, decide to smart off to PM Kendra a few times. Space for a promo CD in a brochure? Silly Kendra. Everyone knows a brochure is a simple, tri-fold affair that can be prepared in Print Shop. Back in the box, Kendra! When Tana and Craig eventually bail on the task entirely, Kendra stays up and does the brochure almost entirely on her own, and to her credit, produces something rather snazzy and attractive, really. Meanwhile, Bren produces promotional copy so boring it could be sold as a sedative, and the boys try to pass off an out-of-focus picture as the result of awesome speed blur, because God knows nobody is smart enough to tell the difference between those two things. The Pontiac executives love Kendra's work and hate everything Net Worth did, so the hapless Net Worth team goes out with even less hap than it had previously, and winds up in its seventh straight Boardroom. Chris can't wiggle out of this one, despite the fact that none of them exactly made the best of impressions, and he is finally fired. Oh, and on the way out, he has a weepy sobfest and Donald Trump has to hold his hand and comfort him. Oh, no, I'm not kidding.
Previously on Uhhhhhhh...: The teams competed to create the Detained By Airport Security Collection on behalf of American Eagle, complete with jackets with little wires running out of them and bulky laptops stuffed down your pants and whatnot. Tana obtained "valuable insight" into the fact that kids love cell phones -- insight she obtained from a focus group, because the only other source of said information would have been any periodical publication dated between 1998 and 2005. Craig and Kendra didn't like each other, and it was easy to sympathize with both of them. Chris lost a credit card, but hey -- that didn't matter. Because Angie stammered during the presentation. Bad Angie! Net Worth went to the Boardroom again, where Alex escaped blame for horrendous management and Chris escaped blame for losing five grand, because Angie went, "Uhhh..." So, of course, Angie was fired. Six are left. Who will go next?
Up in the Love Palace, Bren is telling Kendra that his money is on Alex to get the boot. Kendra says she thinks it will be Angie. Tana, meanwhile, wonders why Chris "always gets to snake out." Good point. I think the bottom line is that any of the people at the final table could be suggested as reasonable firing candidates, which makes the entire thing both totally just and totally unsatisfying. Tana interviews that she'd like to see Chris fired. "He's a virgin, and we're all sluts," she says. Have to say, I'm really not finding that as evocative as she'd like it to be. She's starting to come off as one of those people who says stuff like that for effect, because you'll think it's so shocking coming from her. That's a routine with a limited lifespan, to say the least.
The door swings open, and Alex and Chris enter. Hugging ensues. Tana is wearing a lavender Muppet pelt around her neck as she explains in an interview that she was shocked that Chris wasn't fired. Alex tells Magna how Trump called them "losers," and Chris talks about how Trump called him a disaster again. "We were having the same conversation," Bren says. Heh. Chris smiles, but then he says, "That's not funny," in a way that I think...is supposed to be funny, but kind of isn't. Lots of levels. And none are working. In an interview, Chris and his olive green pullover tell us that after all these losses, Trump is "disappointed" in Chris, and therefore, Chris has decided he has to be the PM and "kick their ass." Yeah. This is the part where he makes his big move! He hasn't even been tryin'! Get ready! Stand back! Look at him go!