And then Trump announces that there will be "a twist." Is there any word that strikes fear into the hearts of reality show contestants more than "twist"? (Well, besides "Bowlathon.") He says that sometimes, you have to work with people you don't like. (Make that "Heidi Strobel 'Celebrity' Bowlathon.") So, joining the teams for this task will be the first four people Trump fired. And here come those people from behind the team. Rob and Jennifer C. will be working with Mosaic, while Stacie and Baldford will be working with Apex. Ah, yes. Stacie. Trump claims this will be "very interesting." And I agree. Trump reminds Andy of his exemption, which I really don't think he has forgotten. Oh, and we are also reminded that the losing team will go to the Boardroom, where he'll fire someone. Golly, is that this show? Oh, right. I always forget that. Trump sends them out to renovate and to "have fun." Because you know what's a lot of fun? Sanding.
The teams return to the suite, along with the bootees who have returned. Jen C. says that the energy in the room was suitable for knife-cutting. She interviews that there are people there who don't even deserve to be there anymore. "Ivana should have been fired instead of me," she spits. I could have sworn it was Sandy we decided could have saved Jen's ass by being fired instead. Oh, well. Jen adds, "Period, the end," though, so it must be true. She tells Ivana that Trump handed over Ivana's "head on a platter," and Jen didn't choose to take it. See, that's what I mean -- it's not my recollection at all that Ivana was the platter-head. Sandy was the platter-head. Revisionist history, people: it really is the new black. Jen does tell us with some satisfaction that she had wanted to bring in the weakest players to the Boardroom, who were Stacy and Elizabeth, and apparently she must have had a point, because those two are, in fact, now gone. "Ivana," Jen asks the camera rhetorically, "what have you done, besides lose money and make mistakes?" It's bitchy, but...it's a fair question, too.
Meanwhile, Stacie is telling Chris that if she's going to work on a team with Ivana, they're going to have to resolve some things. Chris claims to understand, although he immediately chalks it up to Stacie being mad about having been fired. Girls are so spiteful and keeee-razy. I mean, I'm sure she isn't happy about being fired, but I also think she has some genuine beefs about the process, and he could stand to be less of a clueless dork about it. Stacie herself interviews that she feels like she's in a position of having to reclaim her reputation after the way she was fired. You know, in rescuing your good name, it's considered a good start not to wear a vest made from Wookiee fur. Furthermore, can someone tell the captioning people that seriously, there is no such word as "restauranteur"? There really isn't. It has a red squiggly line under it right now in Word. That's not a thing, I promise. It may be counterintuitive, but it's "restaurateur," and you can find that out by using a dictionary, which is that big book on your shelf with the never-cracked binding between your copies of The Bridges Of Madison County and Who Moved My Cheese? (Although really, they're kind of getting what they deserve by referring to a Subway owner as a "restaurateur" in the first place.) Stacie says, anyway, that she feels like she wants to "set the record straight."