Now, Trump calls on Andy who, as we know, can't stand Kelly. Trump once again has to call out Andy for being "killed by the women" -- how embarrassing! -- and then he asks Andy for his opinion. Andy says that he actually favors Raj (hilarious, pipsqueak; MOVE ALONG), but since he can't vote for Raj, he'd "give the edge to Jen," whom he says is "very intelligent" but also "very passionate." And also, she thinks Harvard makes her hot shit, and I'm sure Andy is all about that theory. Essentially, most of the people in the room hate Kelly slightly less than they hate Jen, but Andy hates Jen slightly less than he hates Kelly. Not surprising, given that Kelly reserved his crappiest and most insulting behavior for Andy.
Trump calls out to Chris -- who, incidentally, cleaned up well for this finale and looks awesome. Trump asks him, "How do you feel," and Chris says, "Very well, thank you," which Trump impatiently mocks, because why would Chris think that by asking how he felt, Trump wanted to know how he felt? Idiot. No one cares how you feel! But Trump throws out a patronizing "He's going to be very successful," at which Chris visibly scoffs and says, "I'm already successful." Ha! Yeah. I don't like Chris, but I awarded the point for that one, that's for sure. Chris claims that as between Jen and Kelly, it's a difficult choice because "they're both intelligent," but ultimately, based on experience, he would hire Kelly. And, you'll remember, he could barely bring himself to make a decision in the final Boardroom, and that was before he watched all the episodes, so there's a vote Jen lost somewhere along the way. Trump comments that "Kelly's doing pretty well."