In the boardroom, Diana looks unbelievable per usual, and upon Trump's needling admits that Lou was the weak player on the team. His only value was in lifting props, and on the creative end she says he was very quiet. Lisa agrees, and says that Lou brought very little to the table. She also admits that, though it's crazy, she was impressed with Dayana, who is super organized and a great project manager. Lisa throws in that Dayana might not be the most creative person, even though I think this concept was hers, but she was cool and they all had a lot of fun.
You know who didn't have fun, though? That's right, Lou. He says that if Lisa weren't such a delicate lady, he'd throw her through the wall, adding that he does not enjoy being called a fucking loser. Lisa says that Lou shouldn't bring in things external to the boardroom, and backpedals a bit when the Trumps ask if she actually told Lou that he was a fucking loser. She admits that she was angry when she learned that Dee was fired, but doesn't quite cop to whatever specifically mean things that she said. Then the two bitch at each other for a while, and it occurs to me that Lisa could actually probably throw Lou through a wall. That would be a fair fight, between those two. Lisa tells Lou to get ready for an elevator ride. And then, more bitching. Lou says that he doesn't fight with women, and Lisa points out that he just did. And then Lou goes on and on, and Lisa eventually just starts going, "Waaaah." Trump asks Team Unanimous if they heard the loser comment, and no one says that they did. And on replay, here's what happened. Lisa did not call Lou a fucking loser. She called him "fucking useless," which sounds an awful lot like "fucking loser" if you have a hearing impediment, and also is probably just as bad. As a bonus, she also called him (and Dayana, who bore equal brunt of this wrath) "brain-dead."
Trump then checks in with Aubrey, who claims to be done sniveling. Arsenio says that he and Aubrey kind of made up, and when Ivanka asks if Aubrey was able to take his criticisms about her performance, he says that he probably got the right results with the wrong language. Trump agrees. Clay tells Trump that everyone got along well on the task, and that Teresa was a pretty good project manager and surprisingly nice. Everyone giggles and coos over Paul's transformation for a while, and then Trump asks Teresa to identify her team's weak link. She can't do it, and says that she'd bring the whole team into the boardroom with her. The last time someone tried to pull this kind of niceness, Trump fired two people. He is the enemy of happiness and harmony! The effort of being so has turned him tangerine! Ivanka points out the thing about Aubrey taking over when she was on set, which clearly irked Teresa. In a very professional way, Ivanka tells Aubrey that she talks too fucking much out of turn, and thus people don't like her all that much. Trump asks Paul who the star of the team was, and Paul names Clay, even if he might not be able to hang with the chopper-making guys or whatever you call them. I'm sure Clay is crying silent tears that he'll never be able to make motorcycles with burly dudes. Though you know if he did that there would be a really moving Jeffrey Osbourne singalong right around hour four.