Later. Choral music. Ding! The team exits the elevator, and I have to say this is the first time I have noticed Erin's twee pink rolly-case. I am not in favor of that in the slightest. The members of the new Net Worth let themselves into the Boardroom and join George and Carolyn. And then? Trump. Trump asks Angie if Chris was a good leader, and she says yes, Chris was a good leader, and he also was good on TV -- although she says this last part like your indulgent aunt would say it, so I'm not sure it's that meaningful. Trump tells Chris he was "very cool" on TV. Chris smiles. Because "cool" is not something he gets a lot, I'm guessing. Trump also says he watched Erin, who was "a great DJ." He asks Erin if she's ever thought of going into professional VJ-ing. You know, if she doesn't go with the law thing, I guess. "You blew everyone away," he tells her. Which...not me, but all right.
Now we move on to the fact that although Chris and Erin were so neat on TV, something clearly didn't go as it should have in the task. Trump asks John why the team was beaten so badly. John goes with the worst of all possible answers: "Luck of the draw." Carolyn takes exception to this, saying that she doesn't think it can be entirely ascribed to that. She reminds them that on two of the artists, Magna negotiated a huge, huge deal with the week-long experience, and they didn't even go after anything major like that. Trump points out that there's a big difference between spending a week with a celebrity and spending a half-hour with them. "Moby, for a week?" Trump asks incredulously. And...can you imagine Trump and Moby living together for a week? Now that should be a reality show. John says he agrees.
And now, it's time for Chris to get weird again, as he does. George asks him why he delegated the negotiating, which seemed to be the heart of the task. Chris says that quite frankly, he thought the show and the segment were very important. He defends his decision to send John, his "right-hand man" (oh, man, I am SO TWELVE during this episode), to handle the negotiating, because he thought John would be "capable." "Was he capable?" Trump asks dryly. Chris hedges, saying he thought John did well, but adding, "Apparently, it wasn't good enough to beat them."