Over at the apartments, Trump and Carolyn are touring some construction and receiving an update. Trump is undoubtedly displeased, and only the installation of extra gold unicorn faucets will pacify him. The teams show up, don their Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth Memorial Plaintiff-Proof Hardhats in a brilliant yellow, and head out onto what looks like the penthouse patio. Pink-tie Trump heads out to meet them, and it is here that I notice that only Raj has chosen to shun his hardhat and hold it under his arm like a sissy. He's either angling for a conk on the head, or he actually thinks his hair is above mussing. Either way? Dink.
Trump welcomes them, and he says that they're going to be working in his favorite field -- real estate. He adds that they're on the 35th floor of an apartment building on which he blew a huge amount of money, and the apartments start at 1.5 million dollars, and go up to 30 million. So you'll need to have a steady job and a credit check, probably. On the plus side, free cable! The week's NotGeorge will be Matthew Calmeri, who works on this very building and, presumably, knows something about real estate. Carolyn will be there as always, shaking her head and looking totally disgusted, which is kind of becoming her version of the Moonwalk. Trump tells the teams that in this task, they'll be heading for the Long Island suburbs, where each group will take on a dilapidated house. They'll get $20,000 to renovate it, and at the end, appraisers will do a walk-through. Whichever team adds the most value to its property will be the winner. And will need to be counseled on the tax consequences. Trump hands out product-placed VISA cards with the money on them to PMs Raj and (apparently) Sandy, cautioning Raj to spend the money on the house, and not on women. HILARIOUS, that joke. Never gets old. No, no, Donald -- don't seek out new material. I just want to hear some more about how Nick and Amy will probably get maaaarried.