Now, Trump turns to Bill. He tells him that the job he did at the golf course was, by all accounts, excellent. "You were a little nervous, a little crazy...but you got the job done." He congratulates Bill some more about how well the tournament went. "Kwame, I think you have an amazing future. You're a brilliant guy with a great education, and I have no doubt that you're going to be a big success. But for right now..." And he turns to Bill. "Bill, you're hired." Wild cheering erupts, as the Boardroom walls disappear to reveal the live audience that's waiting. Oh, and the Saturday Night Live band playing a version of the theme that sounds exactly like every transition to a commercial that SNL has ever provided. Bill and Kwame hug. Bill leans over and shakes Trump's hand, and then George and Carolyn's, and then he raises his arms in victory. There's more hugging, and loud music, and then we see Mike Ditka's restaurant, where the hometown crowd is cheering like crazy. We return to what is actually the SNL studio, where Trump, standing with a stunned-looking Bill, tells everybody to shut up. Heh. He says that there is still some business to take care of, and the first thing Bill has to do is choose between two possible jobs with Trump.
The first job is working on the construction of the Trump International Hotel and Tower now being built in Chicago. There will be 2,500 people working on it, and it will cost $700 million. Trump promises that this job will be "mind-boggling." I have a feeling Bill likes nothing better than having his mind boggled, so that would suit him very well. On the other hand, the other job is in California, working in management at Trump's new ginormous golf course. Trump bought this particular golf course after the eighteenth hole fell into the ocean. But he moved in a couple of million cubic yards of dirt, and now everything is fine, because it's "the most expensive golf course ever built." Of course, it's easy to make it expensive when you have to start by rebuilding a collapsed mountain. But this particular golf course will have expensive estates and so forth. In other words, it's just a different playground of the rich -- one that's built horizontally rather than vertically. It actually occurs to me that if there were real estate Transformers, you could make one where the Trump International Hotel and Tower folded out to become the Trump National Golf Club Los Angeles. The perfect toy for your budding tycoon, you know.