Regis tells us that it's time for Kelly to announce which project he wants. Kelly says that as much as he loves Vegas, he took the job to learn from Trump. Awww, hug! And therefore, he wants the job in New York, so that he can be near Trump. Awww, hug! "I'm in love with your answer," Trump says. Awww, hug! But they don't. Trump just says that they'll work on lots of jobs together, blah dee blah. I feel so let down that there was no hug. They shake hands again.
Regis reminds Kelly to keep the traffic moving. HA. Not.
And now, we have...clips! First, a montage called, "Pressure." And just in case you haven't seen Stacie and the Magic 8-Ball yet, they show it again. And then they show Elizabeth freaking out over being Flyer Girl. And Maria flipping out in the Levi's task. All she wanted was to give, give! And Kevin and Elizabeth arguing during the NYPD task. We return to Regis, and Trump then asks about the 8-Ball. Stacie says, as she has before in other arenas, that she wasn't being weird, she was just trying to show passion and pump up the team. She says that she was just playing around with the 8-Ball, and honestly, if I were her, by this time, I'd just have dropped it, because every time she gets into this level of detail, she looks foolish. You're not a freak for playing with a Magic 8-Ball, which is a toy, meant to be played with. Stop explaining. She calls it "a classic example of the weak people getting together to get rid of the strong." Trump shuts her down. "Stacie, you know what?" he says. "Say no more. You were terrific. You were terrific, and they all know it. Okay?" The rest of the group applauds. Because they have some tiny amount of shame.
Regis then moves on the Jen C., who, of course, got hammered for her "fat Jewish ladies" comment. "You took a really terrible hit," Trump says to her. She and her nine remaining fingernails report that if she could take it back, she certainly would. She says that she thinks everybody says silly things that they regret, and she suspects that everybody sympathizes. She insists, though, that she isn't a bigot, blah blah. And then Trump leans forward and says, "We all think you're terrific; we don't believe a word of what you say." Wait, what? Again, Trump has baffled me. She stands up and gives Trump an exaggerated bow. And then Trump totally confuses the situation by then saying, "And I want to say that Jennifer, I think you're terrific." And he's talking to Jen M., but Jen C. very understandably thinks he's still talking to her. And at the end, she thanks him, which is reeeeally embarrassing. And then she figures out he meant the other one, and she makes a very hilarious face, because...I felt for her. That one was not her fault.