Trump asks Stacy whom she would hire, and she says Jen, which would be enough to make me hire Kelly, were I in Trump's position. "Ew, get off my side!" yells Jen's tormented soul from somewhere in the universe. Chris is asked what he thinks, and in a particularly pained moment, he seriously looks like he wouldn't hire either of them for anything, ever, including dog-walking. But he eventually says that he "probably" would go with Jennifer. Pamela hesitates, too, and Trump points out that she clearly would get rid of both of them. Which is exactly true. And basically, Pamela admits that, and she commits to neither side. Raj carefully says, "I would hire Kelly; I just wouldn't spend too much time with him." Snerk. Of course, I don't think I'd spend time with any of them, so. Elizabeth says she'd hire Kelly. John would hire Kelly, too. So the count is that all three people on Kelly's team picked Kelly, one person on Jen's team picked Jen happily, one person on Jen's team picked Jen very grudgingly, and one person on Jen's team said, "Feh, ptui." Trump congratulates the six losers on ascending to the positions they did, and then he sends them out, promising that they've been "very helpful." They all walk out, passing through the lobby past a nervous-looking Kelly and Jen.
Episode Report CardMiss Alli: B | 544 USERS: C+
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