Similarly, Kwame thanks his team at the Taj Mahal for all their work, and they break. He interviews unconvincingly about what a great job his team did. Even though they didn't, and they were kind of pains in the ass, too. He tells us that indeed, he wants to be the apprentice and he wants the opportunity. He leaves in a very large limo, praising Trump the entire time in his voice-over, talking about how he hopes that some of Trump's "dust" will rub off. Trump has dust? He seems like the type who would vacuum himself compulsively to keep that from happening. Maybe Kwame needs to find the Magic Lint Roller of Mojo.
Hyper-dramatic music plays as the sun rises in Manhattan, where Trump is returning to his home base. Boyfriend Bill and Kwame are both back at S4. As Bill prepares for the final Boardroom, we watch him primp, thus discovering that his hair is like that on purpose, at least to some degree. Who knew? He shaves, talking about how he hasn't "fully digested" the situation, really. He claims not to have slept at all. Trump de-copters and heads for his limo. Kwame is next to his bed, praying. He talks about how "bittersweet" this is, because the game is coming to an end, but a whole new chapter might be starting. Trump's limo progresses through Manhattan. Bill interviews that his "life could change drastically" as a result of whatever happens over the next few hours. He talks about the potential for "generational wealth" once you get yourself on a path blazed by a guy like Trump, and how this opportunity could change his "kids' kids lives." Kwame's thoughts are slightly less philosophical. "I'm going to try to respectfully take Bill down," Kwame voices over as he preps in front of the mirror. "That's all I can do, and he's going to do the same." We see Kwame's enormous collection of nice ties as he packs his things for the last time. If he really has that many ties, then there is no room for anything else in his suitcase, I'll tell you that much. I seriously wonder whether he could have worn all of those ties in the time they had available. Or in a single lifetime, actually. You know, my brother-in-law originally worked in a casual dress environment, and then he went to a place where he had to wear a tie every day, and for a long time, he did exactly that -- he wore a single tie, one tie, the same tie, every day. Until they made him get another one. So my BIL and Kwame are sort of the yin and the yang of tie-wearing. Hee. Anyway, Bill voices over that he and Kwame are going "mano y mano," which actually is the same mistake Kwame made last week, although Kwame said something more like "mano e mano." Bill speculates that he will do well in a "one-on-one scenario." As opposed to a "hand and hand" scenario, which is technically what "mano y mano" means, and which would require them to move the show to cable.