The door to the suite opens, and Jen -- more self-congratulatory by the week -- strolls in, along with...oh, look, the entire rest of her team. Obviously, this is not what Mosaic will be expecting, as there should be a partial team returning while the rest head for the final table. The final table that, you will recall, never was. Mosaic pokes its head out of the bedroom where most of it is gathered, and in spite of not being the most observant group on the planet, it does notice that the only person not back is Elizabeth. Chris, and especially Jen, recount the humiliation of Elizabeth with obvious glee that I can only hope they find fairly embarrassing in retrospect. It just isn't necessary to wallow in how awesome you find the shitty way somebody was treated, especially somebody inept but not remotely malicious like Elizabeth. Maria at least has the decency to put all of them in it together, noting that every time they go into the Boardroom this year, it seems like "something insane happens." She does not say, "Like the times I haven't been fired," the way she should.
Kevin and Jen perform the random draw of the PM, and the name that comes up is Raj. As Kevin tells Raj that he's going to be the boss, Kevin interviews that Raj is in a bit of a spot, after not having a great week last week. Showing a level of rational planning that threatens to make him appear perhaps overqualified for the show, Raj sits down with Kevin and asks, based on previous performance, how he (meaning Raj) could do a better job this time. Kevin tells Raj that he just needs to "make sure everybody's coordinated." Wow. That's some ass-kicking strategic combat advice there, Sun Tzu. Did you come up with that on your own? Kevin leaves out the other thing he is apparently thinking, which is, "And by all means, don't listen to my dumb-ass suggestions, because it's your own fault if you do." "I better win this one," Raj says with a grin as he leaves the room.
The next morning, the phone rings in the suite, and Kelly runs out to answer it. With no shirt on, of course, because that's how all men on the show sleep. Rhona says that Trump wants them to meet him at 9:00 AM at the penthouse apartment at Trump Park Avenue. I wonder if Rhona is ever tempted to tell whomever answers the phone not to call the cops and to bring $20,000 in small, unmarked bills. (Not to enter a second level of tangent, but why do people demand unmarked bills? Do they think ransom delivery people provide marked bills on the theory that the kidnapper doesn't mind marked bills, or that this is some kind of undiscovered technicality? Anyway.) Kelly thanks Rhona and hangs up.