Nick interviews that he's happy to be on to real interviews rather than "lemonade stands." He says this is the point anyway -- "Can you hang and bang with the heavy hitters in the Trump organization?" Um, "hang and bang"? Okay, Nick. The first is kind of dorky and dated, and the second is really not a respectable way for a young man to get gainful employment, all right? Oh, and also, considering Nick's extremely high opinion of his own hanging-and-banging abilities, I would just like to say, getting slightly ahead of myself? Ha. Ha. Ha.
Kwame meets with Allen. Allen asks him about the fact that he's heard Kwame is low-energy. Kwame disagrees, and counters that he thinks he just "wears [his] energy differently" than the others do. Allen asks whether Kwame thinks that Trump, who is a high-energy guy, might perceive him as not pushing hard enough.
Cut to Charlie, who is interviewing Amy. He asks Amy for her description of the Trump organization. She "answers" by telling him what she thinks she has to offer, which as an answer is not even in the same zip code as the question. And that's pretty much what Charlie tells her. He asks her again how she thinks the organization works. She again talks about how you need to be a person who can be a devil's advocate. Again, not the question. Basically, Amy doesn't know dick about the Trump organization, and she's trying like hell to avoid saying so. She admits openly that she doesn't know anything about construction, so Charlie asks her how she's going to deal with some grizzled old contractor who hits her with the old "hey, lady, you don't know what you're doing" line. Now, a lot of people didn't like that question, on the theory that it was sexist for him to imply that the construction guy would call her "lady." I, on the other hand, suspect that Charlie would have asked Kwame exactly the same question, had he said he didn't know anything about construction -- only you'd substitute "Harvard guy" for "lady." I think the issue is handling your own inexperience around people who know more than you do, and Amy seems to have no answer.