As the men's show ends, Jen leans over and says to the guys, "Those are so couture!" They're like, "Uh, huh?" "High fashion," Jen says pleasantly. She is so obviously the least objectionable of the women, it's not even funny. I'm sure she's riddled with flaws, but at least I am not constantly overwhelmed by the urge to punch her in the jaw. Raj interviews that he doesn't feel like the men were the underdogs in the task, and we watch the buyers put their heads together over the tricky buying decisions.
Later, the teams gather to hear the results of the task. Trump, George, and Carolyn enter. Trump congratulates them, and says everyone seems to have had fun. Carolyn is asked how the men did, and she reports that they sold $7,735 in clothes. Asked how the women did, George reports that they "more than tripled" what the men sold, and made $22,060, which...is not "more than tripled," but it's still a lot more. We forgive you, George. These people would make me tired and number-impaired, too. Anyway, the women squeal and jump up and down. No, literally squeal, and literally jump up and down. Maria is in blissful tears (UGH!) as Trump tells her that she'll be exempt if they lose next week. NO! NO, NO, NO! Damn. This is so...unsatisfying. God. Trump announces right here at the task that he thinks the men's prices were all wrong. He tells the women that they're going to a party at the Hugo Boss store. Oh, whatever. Trump reminds Chris that he'll be exempt in the Boardroom.
Back at the suite, John tells us that he's "crushed." He feels "miserable." John gives Raj his opinion that Kevin and Wes are responsible for pricing. John doesn't know who he should bring. Raj agrees that perhaps, bringing both is the thing to do. "You need to build your case on the pricing issue," he offers. John says that Raj backed him up, and when Chris came out and joined the conversation, he agreed as well. John asks a new question: "Chris, overall, irrespective of this task, who do you think deserves to go home the most?" "I would have to say..." Chris hesitates. "Andy," Raj puts in. Chris agrees that it might be Andy. John says he thinks he's not in much danger, because he doesn't think he did anything wrong. Raj looks over at the Hugo Boss party -- which is next door, so they can see in the windows -- and says that "it looks a little boring." Which, actually, I agree with.
There is a cut here that's supposed to be ironic, about how non-boring the party is, but you know what? I think it looks deadly boring. I mean, yes, there are famous people, I guess, and bouncy music, and people from Cirque Du Soleil, and that's fine, but really, the women are just milling around. What are they doing? Not a hell of a lot. Ivana says that the reward wasn't really the party, it was not having to go to the Boardroom. Oh, I'm sorry -- "face another Boardroom experience." Lord knows Ivana can never just speak when she can blather instead. And it's a good thing she felt rewarded by something other than the party, because I'm telling you, the party blows.