Andy and Wes come through the front door as the conversation around the dinner table continues. When Andy steps into the kitchen first, there is a cry of "Whoooa, Nellie," because we have momentarily stepped into a Dan Rather election-night rant. Andy pauses for a minute, relishing the moment, quite understandably. Then, he brings Wes in behind him. "Shit," Kelly says with some surprise. Maria reports that she was "completely blown away." (Maria's Eyebrows: "Nerk, nerk, we bring greetings from the Zobjar Galaxy.") She calls Andy's return "a great example of the fact that you just never know what's going to happen when you get into the Boardroom." No one seems to talk to Andy, really, and as Wes comments on how warm it is in the suite, Andy wanders off. As we watch him pace on the balcony, Andy voices over that he felt like the kid in dodgeball who didn't get picked for the team. That's okay, Andy -- that kid is usually the only person at the high school reunion anyone wants to talk to. In an interview in which he is apparently trying to look as baby-faced as he possibly can -- complete with backwards baseball cap -- Andy says that his youth is a fact, and that he came to win, so he's going to start bringing out a different side of his personality, starting...tomorrow! Well, that's always the best time to start your assault on the universe. I've done a million times. In fact, I think I'll do it again. You know, tomorrow.
The next morning, the phone rings, and a bleary-eyed Andy is the one to answer it. See? Assault on the universe! It's a whole new Andy! It's phone-answering Andy! Rhona reports that they have to wait by the TV in their suite, because at 8:00 AM, Trump will be calling them. Wow, how very Big Brother. Maybe America voted, and one of them gets to attend the VMAs or something. Maria pulls on a robe, and then a half-dressed Wes appears to be grooming Andy's collar in the mirror. Wow, that's a new direction in which to take the story. Prepare to have the Pet Shop Boys added to the soundtrack. Everyone heads out into the living room. We see the Trump plane, where Trump is in the middle of signing some papers for an undoubtedly yooge deal. Then, the Hair appears on the TV in the suite, talking directly to the camera. He welcomes the candidates to "week eight" of their experience, by which he means "the eighth three-day period playing the part of a week." He informs them that he's not there because he's on his plane, headed to Ecuador for the Miss Universe pageant. And who's meeting him there? Boyfriend Bill. As Trump points out, free girls are among the perks of working for him. If you aren't into girls, you can trade them in for extra dental benefits. It's all explained in the handbook. He reminds Jennifer of her exemption from last week's victory, about which she shifts with cool discomfort. Trump breaks the news that this week's task will once again involve noted horndog and dickweed Donny Deutsch, who was so much of a weasel last season with the women and the Marquis Jet ad. This week, Deutsch will be overseeing their work putting together advertising to recruit for the New York City Police Department. The team with the better campaign will win. Losers to the Boardroom. And then he signs off, and they all talk about what a good task it sounds like it's going to be.