Trump asks what about Mark, as project manager, wanting to quit. The whole team says he doesn't want to quit, and Mark says there's zero quit in him, but if they lost solely on concept, he's ready to take responsibility. Trump asks if he's changing his tone now, and Don says he told him the same thing when he visited: that he can't really blame anyone else. Mark says if they lost solely on concept, it's on him. Don asks why he didn't bring up the Busey thing, and Mark says that's an obvious issue. Don says he didn't tell him about the issues when he visited. Mark says he just think it's an obvious issue at this point, since Busey's someone they have to work around. Busey says they want to work around him, and Meat Loaf says they don't want to; they're forced to. Meat Loaf brings up Busey saying something disturbing to Tomisue when they met them initially, and Busey says he didn't. But the whole team says he did, so Don asks what he said. Meat Loaf says it was something about how this makes him really sexual. Busey says he did not say that, and Mark says they're not lying, and asks Busey why in the world they would make this up. Trump asks Mark who he'll bring back, and Mark says he can only bring one person back. Star says she wants to see if Mark has skills. Mark and Busey sit in the lobby and Busey still denies doing those things. Mark asks if he thinks they're making stuff up to get him. Busey says he does think that. They continue to bicker into commercial.
Trump asks Don and Ivanka, who both think that typically the answer would be Mark, for concept and being the PM, but they both think Busey's the weak link here. NOW, if Trump fires Mark and the Trumplets agree it was the right choice, I'm going to throw things. Mark and Busey continue their bickering until Amanda tells them to head back into the boardroom. Trump glares at them, and then asks Busey if he said something on the terrible side to Tomisue. Busey denies it, so Don says they all seem like pretty forthcoming guys. Busey says John Rich wasn't around (which makes me think that Busey thinks they're saying he said something inappropriate during the experience, when they mean earlier in the Q&A; he really is never lucid, is he?). Mark shrugs to Don, "He doesn't even know what you're talking about." Ivanka wonders what the team misinterpreted to think that he said it makes him feel sexual. He goes on and on about it making him feel good about himself. Don wonders what that has to do with his sexuality, and Busey says he didn't say that. Mark disagrees, so Busey says he wasn't even there. Mark tells Busey he doesn't even know when they're talking about, because it was the executive meeting, and he was there. Busey still denies saying it, and Trump asks him again. Busey says he didn't say it, and Mark says he doesn't even know where they're talking about, which is what they deal with all day long.