Loud music brings us back to New York. And I cannot remember where I have heard this hilarious music cue before. It was in the presentation of something terrifying in the past, and now I can't remember what it was, and it's making me absolutely crazy. But anyway, the music brings us into the suite, where Jen is blow-drying her hair and interviewing that this is "a huge moment" for her. In fact, she calls it "the biggest moment of [her] life." I'm sure her husband appreciates that one. You can kind of picture them watching the episode together, and see him turning to her like, "Thanks, hon." And she's like, "Heh heh." And then they make out, because they're both so pretty. Anyway, as Kelly gets ready, he simply says, "Mr. Trump's going to decide my fate." Jen goes on to talk excitedly about the great opportunities this would provide for her. So I don't think she got as much out of her chat with Bill as she could have. Oh, and she just wants the "opportunity to interact with Mr. Trump." Ew. That's, like, the one thing you should be dreading. Kelly, too, says that the whole thing is potentially "life-changing." Trump himself is heading for the Boardroom, stopping to look at himself and fix his tie. As if he doesn't have a guy for that. He probably has two. One for the pink ties; one for all the others. Kelly adds that he "[doesn't] respect Jen," and isn't "afraid of a verbal sparring match. At all." Jen tells us, for her part, that she can't "see Kelly becoming Mr. Trump's apprentice." Continuing her strategy of saying a lot of things in a conclusory fashion without explaining what the hell she's talking about, Jen says that Kelly doesn't "have what it takes to be the next Apprentice." And then she adds, in case you didn't know this part, "I do!" Kelly claims to be excited to "get in there and see what Mr. Trump thinks." Other than, undoubtedly, "Jen has a better ass," which we already know Mr. Trump thinks, because that's what he always thinks. It's just so much less fun watching them when you know that they both suck. It's the opposite of last year, when they were both cool, so it was pretty much win-win. Sigh.
Jen and Kelly get off the elevator in the lobby, and Robin has them sit down and wait as their six teammates arrive and enter the Boardroom to talk to Trump. Trump starts with Pamela, asking her how Jennifer did. "I think that Jennifer worked to the best of her ability," Pamela says. "I think that she tried very hard. She worked very hard. And I think that Jennifer maybe misprioritized where she should spend her time. All the items were taken care of, but I don't think that Jennifer's style is to go above and beyond the call of duty. I don't think that we were an inspired group. I think that we are type-A personalities who are workaholics, and you know, I think that net-net, it was...congratulations on a job, uh...done." Heh. Trump asks Chris for his opinion. He praises Jen for being good at delegating "and not being hands-on." Hm. He adds, however, that were he in Jennifer's position, he would have in fact used that skill a little less and been "more hands-on."