They get up to leave, and Charmaine -- looking like she's wigging out, a brittle smile on her faces, and I wonder if this was a stressful BR for her in some way we didn't see -- says that Trump didn't ask her about who should be fired, but for the record it shouldn't be Leslie. Lee disappeared, wasn't happy with the price point and didn't try to change it, but didn't then cowboy up and help with the task or do any actual work. On first viewing, I found this pretty icky, but going back, she does keep it on the Fact side of the line. "You didn't ask, but here's what I would have said, and I deserve to say my piece." Leslie and Michael are queasy and fidgety in the background; Lee just tries to yell and interrupt some more. I fire him from my whole life. Oh, plus how her faces are out to get him anyway because they got slapped by his BFF Lenny an hour/week ago. Trump seems to think this little FYI business is kind of icky anyway, though.
Back into the Boardroom! Trump asks why just Lee, and Leslie ticks off the reason: Michael and Charmaine were awesome, even Tarek has his place and worked his hot ass off. So...Lee goes like this, he goes, "Leslie Leslie Leslie I negotiated the store manager to clear all of the shelves!" You...asked him to. As did the other team. Leslie explains to him that she would have done the same, in the morning, and it's not quite the fucking feat he thinks. Carolyn does think it was pretty smart, though. Leslie and Lee yell at each other for awhile, and fight for Trump's affection, and gross out Carolyn a whole lot, and she calls him "honey" at some point and tries her best to give the impression that he is going off the rails and is dangerously out of control, not to mention being very rude. It's quite a disgusting display, but I can't say she stays clean in the middle of it. "Mr. Trump! He has a lack of discipline of some type!" Which is funny, and how she keeps yelling, "Stop talkin', Lee!" And there's a good part where he somehow manages to get her backed into a corner and explaining her whereabouts, which was impressive to see, but whatever, they're boring and repetitive and it goes forever.